The UK Apple-apology-to-Samsung saga continues with new predicaments in this problematic issues for the iOS device maker.
When it comes to its 4.8-inch display, we totally get that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is a bit of an acquired taste that may not appeal to folks with freakishly tiny hands. This was probably the thinking behind the Galaxy S3 Mini. If you like what you see of the Mini, regardless of the specs, you’ll be pleased to hear that the phone is coming to the UK on November 8.
The UK court of appeals has deemed Apple’s grudging acknowledgment statement that Samsung did not copy the iPad with the Galaxy Tab line is “non-compliant” and the company must rewrite it.
Those who crave for some 4G LTE speed in the UK have probably been keeping their eyes on EE and its promise to launch the service on October 30th. Well, that day is here, and right on schedule – the high-speed internet service has gone live in 10 cities across the country.
While we have yet to learn a price or a specific release date, O2 UK did officially announce the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Music.
Unlike the original Kindle Fire that never steps outside its U.S. comfort zone, Amazon is eager to bring its new releases – 2012 Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD — to international markets. Right on schedule, both tablets are now available in the UK and across Europe.
Compared to other regions, Samsung Galaxy S3 owners in the UK are enjoying a relatively swift and pain-free software upgrade to Jelly Bean. Starting with Three, the Android 4.1 update then made its way to O2 and Vodafone subscribers. If you own an unbranded version of the handset, the time to make that jump to the latest and greatest Android OS is here.
We saw it unveiled, we saw it unveiled again, we heard the first details about its “international” release and pricing, and we even got a quick taste of what Asus is planning for it in terms of advertising. Was there any piece of the Padfone 2 puzzle left?
The Apple vs Samsung conflict continues today with an episode from Europe, the UK to be more precise. Some of you may recall that Samsung obtain a rather awkward win in a patent case in the country, as judge said the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was not as “cool” as the iPad, and therefore it did not infringe Apple’s design.
The merger between Orange and T-Mobile UK is almost complete, with the new Everything Everywhere brand and its oft-lauded 4G service set to launch on October 30. As part of the rebranding process, EE also plans to redesign its outlets across the country.