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Samsung’s latest commercial is here, featuring James Franco, the ultimate multitasker, – actor, director, writer, artist and now photographer.
In the video, James takes us on a guide through the various hazardous pitfalls that threaten the unwavering eye of the budding photographer each day
UK network EE has let it slip that its customers will be able to access free WiFi on the London Underground from early next year.
EE’s tweet, which was spotted by Pocket-lint before it was taken down, read: “Travel on the tube?
According to a new report, iPhone users take advantage of Wi-Fi networks more than Android users. The data, released by comScore on Monday, suggests that 71 percent of U.S. iPhone owners browse the web using both Wi-Fi and wireless data networks …
The New iPad, iPad 3, the new iPad 3… whatever you call it, is Apple’s latest addition to its tablet range. From the outside, it really does look like the iPad 2, however, it couldn’t be any less different, with an overhaul on the innards.
The question most people ask when it comes to the new iPad is: what’s different from the old one?
British carrier Three has revealed its data plans for Apple’s new iPad ahead of its U.K. launch tomorrow; Friday, March 16. The tablet will be subsidized if you’re willing to sign up to a two-year commitment, with prices starting at just £99.
In addition to the £99 fee up-front, the 16GB 4G iPad will cost you £29 (approx. $45) per month. Alternatively, if you’d like to pay less each month, you can pay £159 (approx. $249) for the device up-front, but the monthly fee only reduces by £4 to £25 (approx. $39).
The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze proves a point that will soon be relevant here in the UK, showing that even mid-range handsets can have 4G too.
Samsung’s mid range Samsung Galaxy S Blaze will soon land in the US offering all the perks of a dual-core processor, a 3.97-inch super AMOLED screen and HSPA+ speeds at a very attractive price.
Samsung’s rapidly growing range of Galaxy series phones will receive a welcome addition in the form of the low-priced Galaxy S Blaze 4G on T-Mobile.
The mobile industry insider Eldar Murtazin announced Tuesday that the design for the Galaxy S III has officially been finalized by Samsung. As earlier reports have suggested, Murtazin also said Samsung settled on a ceramic industrial build for the device.
More importantly, Murtazin also claims that Samsung received a record number of pre-orders from wireless carriers and retailers for the Galaxy S III — more than any other Galaxy device to date.