They say there's no rest for the wicked, and that's never been more true for Apple's lawyers after the Cupertino firm set about another attempt to put Samsung out of business in the United Stated while simultaneously taking the Korean company for as much as it can in the process.
Samsung has managed to go from strength-to-strength in the mobile smartphone space in recent years. The majority of the South Korean company's successes in this particular industry can be directly attributed to the successes that the Galaxy S range of devices. Samsung's latest flagship device, the Galaxy S4, has managed to provide the company with their most successful quarter ever in terms of pure profit, with the hope being that next year's Galaxy S5 will not only build on those successes, but far surpass them.
Often when in the midst of a major new smartphone release, Samsung provides prospective buyers with an opportunity to test out the new user interface by means of an online simulator, and with the Galaxy S4 perhaps being the company's biggest release to date, it should come as no surprise that interested parties have once again been presented with the opportunity to test-drive the device. The simulator is rather limited in what exactly it will allow you to do, but at least offers a vague idea as to what it's actually like to use the Galaxy S4. It can be accessed via the URL provided at the bottom of this post, and we've got all of the details coming up after the break!
Despite the release of the Galaxy S4 last week, many Android users are looking at which further software upgrades will be available for their devices, especially amid rumors of an upcoming major Android refresh, Android 5.0. According to a credible report, it seems like the Galaxy S III, along with the Galaxy Note II and a whole range of Samsung devices unveiled over the last year, will receive the upgrade once it becomes available.
The technology loving world is currently counting down the days until the March 14th Samsung Galaxy S IV announcement. The South Korean company will be more than well aware of the excitement surrounding the next-generation Galaxy S device, and in an attempt to raise that interest to unprecedented levels, have posted an official teaser image of the hardware through their US based Twitter account.
We're now just a couple of days away from Samsung's special “Unpacked” event in New York City, in which the Korean company is expected to release its flagship Galaxy S IV device. Although we have a rough idea of what Samsung has up its sleeve in terms of specifications, there are still conflicting reports pertaining to quite a few of the details, and a new leak of a handset originating from China aims to shed a little more light on proceedings.
Today, some new information pertaining to the upcoming Galaxy S IV smartphone has surfaced on web. The said device is now said to include ‘floating touch’ technology comparable to that within the Sony XPERIA Sola. In essence, this technology allows you to hover over certain elements of an interface, and, as you can on most desktop platforms, view additional information relating to the item you’re hovering over.
After much speculation, Samsung Electronics today have finally confirmed that they are ready to introduce the world to the next-generation Galaxy device. The technology world has been discussing the potential aesthetics and technical specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S IV for quite some time, with the South Korean company confirming that a dedicated event will be held on March 14th to announce the device.
CyanogenMod 10.1 is really gaining traction, and in its quest to bring Android 4.2 to as many Android-based devices as possible, has now made nightlies available to the Galaxy S and Galaxy S III. Great news for those in ownership of either Samsung device it most certainly is, although it's important to note that the nightly builds only cover the AT&T and T-Mobile variants of the S III.
Smartphone cameras are getting better. In fact, on Flickr, they hold their own against some of the very best standalones in terms of numbers of images posted. While many users opt to use their smartphones to take the majority of their snaps, though, in terms of performance and quality, they aren't even in the same league, and if you ever find yourself appreciating the camera of your S III or iPhone 4S just a little too much, a quick look at the proper DSLR will soon bring you back down to earth.