Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityWith over 10 million Samsung Galaxy SIII models sold worldwide, and with the iPhone 5 still up to 12 weeks away, will you bite the iBullet and hold on for i5, or set yourself free with an SIII?
Yesterday we reported that select Samsung handsets running its TouchWiz UI were affected by a flaw that could allow them to be remote wiped after clicking on a malicious link. Samsung has now confirmed it has patched the flaw for its flagship Galaxy SIII handset.
Samsung is urging Galaxy SIII owners to update to the latest version of its software to ensure they are protected against the flaw.
My wife has a Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini, and the Exhange Push is extremely delayed. It often takes over 24 hours to show up. I have the full SIII with not problems and we each have Galaxy Tab2s, with not problems there either. Using Office 365 Exchange online. Any suggestions?
We’re all anxiously awaiting the newest device in the Samsung Galaxy line, namely the Galaxy SIII. Rumours have been floating around, as they usually do, and we didn’t hear anything about the device at this years Mobile World Conference. Just recently we heard that we might see an April release, but today that rumour has apparently been debunked.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityKogan always has nicely priced technology up his sleeve, whether Kogan or major brand-name deals at import prices, with his Samsung Galaxy SIII deal starting at AUD $569 and an already first-shipment sold-out 64GB stick for $49.
Dude in the shopping mall kiosk gave me a Too Good To Be True offer on a Galaxy SIII.
(Actually, the price on the Galaxy SIII was exactly what he said it would be -- $199 minus $62 for the Bionic trade-in minus $30 because he was nice.) This was good and fine and wonderful and -- so far -- the damn thing is holding onto a signal way better than