Samsung gave the Galaxy Note II the ability to display two apps at the same time. A system software update is now going out to AT&T's version of this device which gives it support for this feature.
With Christmas just around the corner, T-Mobile is offering customers another way to save on the season's hottest smartphones with its new "Zero Down Sale, where popular handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S III will cost $0 after a mail-in-rebate.
With the holidays just around the corner, the discerning gift buyer may be considering picking up a Windows Phone 8 device to see what the new OS is all about. Is it the right choice?
Samsung has admitted there is a security vulnerability in many of its leading devices -- including the Galaxy S III -- and says that it is working on a software update to deal with the issue. More info is available from TechnologyGuide.
Late Monday, U.S. District Judge Lucky Koh denied Apple's request for a Samsung smartphone ban, and separately denied Samsung's request for a new trial. With neither opponent coming out on top, the legal battle seems fated to extend into 2013.
The national retailer Best Buy is offering Samsung's Galaxy S III below its regular price. The exact cost varies from carrier to carrier, with Sprint's version at half price.
A little late to the party, U.S. Cellular will be offering the Android 4.1 Update (Jelly Bean) for the Samsung Galaxy S III starting Friday Dec 21.
The results are in! Here are our top five smartphones for December 2012.
Starting on Friday, the version of the Samsung Galaxy S III from Verizon will begin to receive an upgrade to Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). This is going to make the phone Global Ready, plus it will offer other enhancements.
Samsung is apparently already at work on the Samsung Galaxy Note III. This looks to get even bigger, as the device reportedly houses a massive 6.3-inch display. With many devices set to have 5-inch displays, is Samsung trying to set itself apart by breaking the 6-inch barrier?
According to a report coming out of Korea, Samsung is set to reveal the Samsung Galaxy S IV at next year's Mobile World Congress. Samsung has apparently decided to display its new flagship to the world this February at MWC, rather than holding its own event.
Verizon has announced that the Samsung Galaxy Camera, an Android-powered point-and-shoot, will be available from the carrier starting Dec. 13. Yet, with a $550 price tag, this gadget might not be the perfect stocking-stuffer for the photography buffs out there.
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