Samsung has today announced that its upcoming Galaxy S III will be the company’s first SAFE (Samsung Approved for Business)-branded smartphone on the market. Directly out of the box, the Galaxy
Okay, ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time of the week. That special time when we discuss some juicy rumors. Recently, we heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will be coming
Samsung and Apple are responsible for 90 percent of smartphone profits, according to new findings out of ABI Research. Collectively capturing more than half (55 percent) of the market, the
AT&T recently confirmed that they will be launching the Samsung Galaxy S III soon, which is a yet another amazing device from the Korean giant. Though we can’t forget the
Who doesn’t love a good sneak peek? We do, and we know you do, too. While the Galaxy S III isn’t set to launch on Sprint until June 21st, no
Samsung’s new tech proves that NFC does not mean mobile payments.
Score one for Samsung, folks. Apple’s attempt to hold back the Galaxy S III failed, as the request for an early injunction by Apple was denied by Lucy Koh, u.S.
Purely focused on experience, the TV spot is a great way to advertise the Galaxy S III.
With today’s announcement, C Spire becomes the sixth U.S. carrier to pledge support for the handset.
The Galaxy S III, as we all know, is one of the hottest things in the mobile world right now. Everybody’s talking about it, almost everyone wants it, and yet…
The Galaxy S III has gotten its first firmware update. This brings the phone up to firmware version LF2. So far, it seems to be coming to the unlocked UK
The Chinese handset combines a bit of old school clamshell with some dual-screen Android.
U.S. Cellular has revealed the pricing for their version(s) of the Samsung Galaxy S III, and, unsurprisingly, they’re not any different than the other carriers. Consumers looking to grab the 16GB
Late to the party, but at least it’s showing up. The infamous “pebble blue” Samsung Galaxy S III is coming out of it’s shell a little more, shipping for Vodaphone
Apple is at it again, folks. Time for some more lawsuit news, as Big Fruit has not only renewed their claims against HTC, but is now adding the Samsung Galaxy