Samsung may be keeping the Galaxy S III on the hush hush, but that hasn’t stopped the press images from leaking all over the web. While it is entirely debatable that the majority of these leaks are indeed fakes, the latest one has caught our attention, with the signs suggesting that this particular leak may be the real deal after all.
The recent image spotted courtesy of a Reddit user who uploaded it recently. The image itself shows what appears to be Samsung’s new flagship Android smartphone, with the suggestion that it will be announced during a Samsung Unpacked event in London, England More >
Even though HP said that it was out of TouchPads, it looks like there’s a few left for developers to purchase via their Developer Device Purchase Program. HP is offering up to two 32GB TouchPads for $149.99 each, as long as you send in a request for this discount coupon by November 18th.
The future of webOS may still be up in the air, but it looks like HP is at least still making a small effort to keep the developers interested.
The purchase has to be completed by November 27th, assuming stocks last that long — ever since the TouchPad fire sales began back in late August, the device More >
While the Samsung Galaxy S II continues to roll out in the United States, it seems that there already seems to be details for the device’s successor emerging. The folks over at Phandroid were recently tipped off with what seems to be a slide from an internal Samsung Mobile deck, listing the Samsung Galaxy III due to be released in 2012. According to the information that is revealed, the third-generation Smasung Galaxy phone will feature a 1.8 GHz dual-core Exynos 4212 processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD display, and a 12-megapixel camera. Those are some pretty beefy More >
Samsung on Friday unveiled the latest addition to the Galaxy tablet family, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus.
The new slate is an update to the tablet that started it all for Samsung, and it features a 7-inch 1,024 x 600-pixel display, a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, dual cameras, embedded HSPA+ and Android 3.2 Honeycomb.
”Samsung pioneered the seven-inch tablet market with the launch of the GALAXY Tab, marking an innovation milestone in the mobile industry,” Samsung’s mobile boss JK Shin said in a statement. “Building on the success of the GALAXY Tab, we’re now delighted to introduce the More >
Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the company has signed a cross-licensing agreement with Samsung. As a result of the agreement, Microsoft will be receiving royalties from Samsung for its Android-powered smartphones and tablets. Additionally, Microsoft mentioned that the two firms will continue to cooperate on the Windows Phone operating system.
“Through the cross-licensing of our respective patent portfolios, Samsung and Microsoft can continue to bring the latest innovations to the mobile industry,” executive vice president of global product strategy at Samsung’s mobile More >
We heard that Apple had plans to begin selling the next-generation iPhone on Friday, October 7th; the date which was first reported by TiPB. According to our sources, Apple has deciding whether to launch the new iPhone on October 7th or October 14th but with the product’s latest stages of pre-mass-production moving along nicely, Apple is trying to shoot towards a launch on the 7th. On top of all that, Apple plans to offer pre-orders for the new iPhone.
Apple is currently planning to begin pre-orders for their next-generation smartphone in the final days of September. The company has still More >
As Facebook continues its process to spread around the world, HTC has introduced a new phone with a heavy focus on Facebook integration. The phone, known as the Status, as it’s now called (formerly the HTC ChaCha), is a new AT*T phone with many Facebook oriented features, including a dedicated features, such as a dedicated Facebook button, which makes sharing content on Facebook much easier.
In addition to the Facebook button, there are also quite a few exclusive features across the board. The lock screen, for example, has been turned into a launch pad, allowing users to place shortcuts to More >
The Kinect, originally developed by Microsoft is a pretty amazing device. Thanks to a few cameras and sensors, the Xbox add-on can accurately detect body movements in real time. Microsoft recently unveiled an SDK, which will allow developers to code their own applications for the device connected to Windows PCs, making good for more than just games. For those of you who don’t know, the term SDK, stands for “Software Development Kit,” and it is a way for companies to provide developers with information that takes advantage of a particular technology. The Kinect SDK is currently in beta form More >
Recently, Microsoft’s Israeli research and development team may have recently teased an upcoming Xbox 360 feature that is sure to catch the eye of several people: 3D gaming! Late last month, Microsoft’s R&D team posted a link from its official Twitter account pointing to a Hebrew-language. Gadgety.co.il posted about an interesting rumor regarding the tweet as well. The rumor suggests that Microsoft is currently prepping a software update for the Xbox 360 that will enable HD stereoscopic 3D. Included in Microsoft’s tweet was a question that translates to: “What do you think of a 3D More >
Several hackers from a group called LulzSec announced recently that they had breached SonyPictures.com, the website belonging to Sony-owned studio Sony Pictures. The group claims to have compromised personal information belonging to over 1 million users. Amongst the data was user names, passwords, home addresses, dates of birth, and other sensitive data. They also claim they have accessed 75,000 “music codes” and 3.5 million “music coupons.”
According to LulzSec, it employed a simple SQL injection technique to access the data and they mentioned that the Sony Pictures’ was not secure and More >