The Samsung Galaxy S III (or lack of it) has the Internet ablaze once again, and this time it’s based on some information industry insider Eldar Murtazin claims to know, and has hinted at in his Twitter account. According to Eldar (and nestled in with words like “flagship” and “so much better”), the next-generation Galaxy S device will feature updated hardware with a 1.5GHz or 1.6GHz quad-core processor, a 12MP [Read More...]
We first saw Sandisk’s Memory Zone application back in September when they launched it in beta out into the big wide world of the Android Market. 350,000 or so downloads later, they’re ready to end that beta process.
Sandisk let us know that as of Monday, the application will be officially exiting beta. Their last update a few weeks ago brought Facebook integration with it, which allows you to upload [Read More...]
The HTC Rhyme is exactly what it isn’t. Due to his color choices, promotional materials, and clip-onto-your-purse accessories, people naturally assume that this is a smartphone made for women. However, HTC has steadfastly denied that was its intention when creating the Rhyme, saying that this is designed for users who want the benefits of the technology without having to interact with it directly. In [Read More...]
Apple although has been working on a new maps service, 9To5Google reports that Google Maps will still be present in iOS. Apple’s efforts in breaking geo-localization ties with Google have yet to produce a working product.
“Sources have told 9To5Google that although Apple is working to improve the iOS Maps application, iOS 5 will not bring an Apple developed maps service and Google Maps is still in.”
The muse that Apple has [Read More...]