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The Samsung Galaxy S III’s screen is made of well-known Gorilla Glass 2. Corning’s GG2 is just as durable as its predecessor, Gorilla Glass, but is also 20% thinner. Wondering how much scratches it can take? This guy had a crazy test...
It doesn't look good. This Galaxy S III apparently malfunctioned while in an in-car holster, causing some substantial melting and burn marks across the lower half of the device.
The official mobile game of the London 2012 Olympic Games has been released for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In London 2012 this is reflected through RPG-like stats which include Strength, Balance, Agility, Accuracy, Flexibility, and Mintiness…
When Samsung launches its all-out blitz on the US with the Galaxy S III, it'll be targeting boardrooms as well as pockets: the Android 4.0 flagship will be the company's first American phone certified for its SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) program.
After Apple and Samsung have made their Siri and S Voice features keystones of recent smartphone releases, it wasn't long before other manufacturers jumped in and now it's LG's turn with Quick Voice for its Android phones (we'll see how Apple responds to that).
Hardly any self-respecting conference can do without a companion app these days and Google has pulled out all the stops with an updated app for I/O 2012.
Attention future Galaxy SIII owners, do not attempt this at home. We have seen these “drop test” videos in the past and they’re always sort of fun to watch.
It takes quite a bit for a KIRF smartphone to turn our heads these days, but this specimen spotted by one of our readers in an Indian newspaper checked off just enough boxes to get us to take notice.
We've gotta hand it to Sammy, the company has been pretty good at releasing source code for its handsets in a timely manner.