It seems it's pretty much safe to assume that if someone has your phone in their possession they'll be able to get through the lockscreen: now, the Samsung Galaxy S III has a security bug too. You can gain full access to a locked Galaxy S III with a series of simple button presses.
Ahí va un informe con datos que sí son interesantes. Son solo de EE.UU., pero suponen un cambio importante de tendencia en ese mercado. Apple adelantó a Samsung en el cuarto trimestre de 2012 como mayor fabricante de móviles, capturando una cuota récord del 34% frente al 32% de Samsung, según datos de Strategy…
Samsung sigue a lo suyo: aplastando a la competencia en móviles Android. La surcoreana ha anunciado hoy que ha vendido un total del 100 millones de smartphones de la familia Galaxy S desde su lanzamiento en mayo de 2010 y, en concreto, 41 millones de Galaxy SIII.
We all remember that time Samsung made a Galaxy S III ad that promoted the healthy exchange of sex tapes between mature adults, right? Like all good things, it's received its mandatory holiday tie-in. One that manages to ruin your childhood.
Got a Samsung Galaxy SIII? Maybe a Galaxy Note? Well listen up because there's a new boogeyman on the loose. According to a thread at XDA Developers, there's an exploit out there that can let Android malware apps get at all your physical memory, for the purposes of stealing your data or deleting it or whathaveyou.
The smartphone market of 2012 has seen some heated competition. The usual contenders all released solid hardware. But the dynamic between them changed, too—Windows Phone arrived as a serious third OS option, and 2012 ended with exciting new models of iPhone and Android devices. Here's a look at the best new products…
Galaxy SIII owners, rejoice (if you're on AT&T)! Today, your long-awaited Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update arrives. Enjoy.
We just got our hands on the HTC Droid DNA this morning, and our first impressions were very promising. The screen is really, really gorgeous. But, how gorgeous is it when you put it next to the other best smartphones?
Samsung's latest Galaxy SIII ad starts off all cutesy: a family guy heading off on a work trip, saying goodbye to his young family. His kids have even made him a cute video to watch on the plane, and his wife has... hey now, his wife has been rather more adventurous.
Samsung has confirmed that it will unveil a new, smaller Galaxy SIII on October 11th. The new phone won't be a budget version, but rather a (slightly) scaled-down device, with a four-inch screen for those who prefer a more pocketable handset.
Beware, Samsung customers! If you have a Samsung Android-based phone running their TouchWiz user interface, your telephone can be wiped out by going to any web page that contains the code "tel:*2767*3855%23" in an HTML frame.
The iPhone 5 has been the most anticipated mobile device of 2012 together with its cousin the iPad Mini, which we expect to be seeing shortly. Apple has made displays their most prominent marketing feature because it determines the quality of the visual experience for everything on a smartphone or tablet—including…
The new iPhone is finally here. Yes, people would line up to buy it even if it was made of bottle-caps and dog-poo, but it isn't. It's predictably a very good phone. How good? Let's see how it compares to the top competition.
Apple will announce its redesigned iPhone tomorrow. Ahead of that huge launch, Amazon has knocked down the price of the 16GB to just $100 with a contract in an apparent attempt to unload as many of the phones as possible before everybody forgets about the Samsung Galaxy S III. But don't let the sheen of a new phone…
Apparently not content with a $1 billion verdict in its favor, Apple is trudging ever forward in its patent war against Samsung, and this time it's taking aim at a slew of more current phones including the Galaxy Note and Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S III is a pretty nice-looking phone. Really nice, actually. But oh man ugh what puke guh lol sigh hgggkk snort sigh WHAT IS THIS WOOD/TURD-COLORED VERSION, SAMSUNG?