iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy SIII: Foxconn FIGHT!view story

http://www.itwire.com – Them’s fightin’ words coming from the lips of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co (Foxconn) Chairman, Terry Gou, who pours some serious ‘Asian dissing shame’ all over Samsung’s Galaxy III, and talks up the Apple-designed iPhone 5 his company makes. {loadposition alex08}Whoa! When you’re a Korean company (i.e. Samsung) that a Taiwainese company (i.e. (IT news)

[ubuntu] Error message when trying to load Ubuntuview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Here is the entire panel which comes up when I try to load Ubuntu 12.04 onto a Samsung RF711 Notebook. I have a feeling, although the notebook is new, there may be a hard disk problem and I may need to do a low level format, if that is possible from the LiveCD? 1. (Hardware)

Wireless Network: Time to Smash Something :)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Any help welcome before I smash my laptop and/or my router :)I have a Billion wired/wireless residential router connected to ADSL. Wireless with WPA is setup and working fine for ages. An Acer laptop with Windows Vista and a Samsung Galaxy phone can happily connect to the router over wireless in a room a few meters away from the router.My laptop (Acer Aspire 4710) with #! (HowTos)

Support HTC Sense homepage emulatorview story

http://androidforums.com – I'm loving my new Samsung Galaxy S3, but am missing my old HTC sense homescreen. The weather and time widget that came installed on the S3 homescreen looks a bit tacky in my opinion and doesn't have quite the same functionality as my old HTC homescreen had. (General)

Wifi not working properlyview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I have a Samsung N150 Netbook with a Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter.I ran both wicd and networkmanager. wicd can't connect at all, networkmanager can, but the connectiondies after like 10 seconds.I have another Laptop running Ubuntu, which uses networkmanager, which just works, and i recently hadan Android, which also worked just fine. (HowTos)

ICS for samsung galaxy ace 2?view story

http://androidforums.com – just bought my first samsung and first android phone. I used to have a Blackberry so i don.t really know anything about android. I just want to know if its true that samsung galaxy ace 2's OS is able to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich? and if it is, is it really advisable to do so? what difference would it make? i tried searching the net for answers but can't find one. hope you guys could help me. (General)

U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III Review, A Contender Not To Be Reckoned With? (Video)view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Introduction Well, we didn’t have to wait too long this go-around for a Galaxy S device to make its way across the pond into the hands of the US masses.  Not even a full month yet, most of the US carriers will be getting their devices and those who pre-ordered it will be playing with one any day now. (IT news)

Google Android, Chrome OS Surprises at Google I/O?view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Where is Google heading next with Android and Chrome OS for smart phones, tablets and cloud-enabled devices? And where might Google Apps Authorized Resellers find their next profits? The Google I/O conference (June 27-29, San Francisco) will offer plenty of answers. Here’s the early scoop from The VAR Guy. Google I/O is designed mainly for software developers. (IT news)

fedora 16 kernel 3.4 kde crash on startupview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello! When starting on kernel 3.4.2 and 3.4.1 crush kde: 1) shows the password dialog for 3 seconds 2) in three seconds, shows two lines in the console: He writes that runs Fedora Initializes RamDrive Off by pressing the power off. Now start up a Linux 3.3.7-1.fc16.i686 i686 How do I fix this? I will be happy with .. (HowTos)

Samsung Rumored To Launch Galaxy Note 2 In October, Will Feature UBP Display And Quad-Core Processorview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Samsung’s mysterious Galaxy Note 2 is in the news yet again. According to MK Business News, the upcoming Galaxy Note 2 will not feature the flexible display that we’d previously heard about… though of course we had also told you not to hold your breath anyways. (IT news)