Archivi giornalieri: 26/05/2012
Samsung’s latest flasgship Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III launches here in the UK next week on Tuesday the 29th of May, and now Samsung has announced that they will also be launching some of their Mobile PIN Pop-up stores around the UK.
Consumers will be able to test out the latest Samsung Galaxy device, including the new Samsung Galaxy S III at these pop-up stores, and they will also be able to buy the devices.
Samsung will have a couple of these stores open in the UK for luanch of the Galaxy S III on the 29th with the first ones being at Westfield Shepherd’s Bush and Old Spitalfields Market.
Incase has created a new case for Apple’s new iPad 3 tablet, which builds on their previous tablet case designs for the original iPad and iPad 2. The new Incase Book Jacket Revolution will also fit the older iPad 2 tablet, and is equipped with a integrated rotating mount.
Providing three different viewing angles and typing angle. The new folio style case is also fitted with the obligatory magnets to enable the iPad’s sleep and wake functions, and is available with a faux leather exterior, finished with a sueded interior. With a strap to enclose the iPad whilst on the move.
The Incase Book Jacket Revolution Launches for iPad and iPad 2 is now available to purchase for $70.
The open world tactical first person shooter and warfare simulator Arma III, is currently in development by Bohemia and uses it own Real Virtuality game engine.
Bohemia is hoping to launch Arma III later this year in the fourth quarter is all goes well. But if you fancy a quick look at its latest gameplay to whet your appetite what the video after the jump.
With this years E3 games exhibition coming up fast in the calendar, it won’t be long before more information about the new upcoming sequel should be revealed. As ever we will keep you updated when any news comes to light. Enjoy!
It’s a strange feeling, receiving such a keenly anticipated phone to review. The hubbub of launch events, hands-on previews and heated debates suddenly dies away, leaving you with one small and intensely silent cardboard box. In this instance, the packaging contained the “marble white” version of the Galaxy S III (not the more daring “pebble blue”) alongside one burning question: apart from all the hype, do this handset’s paper credentials translate into a product that is worthy of serious cash and a 24-month commitment?
Those credentials are certainly more subtle than those of other recent devices. There’s no unusual camera, stand-out display or unibody build. Instead, we get an abstract design statement about the phone being “inspired by nature” alongside a list of incremental hardware improvements such as a quad-core processor, as well as fresh additions to Samsung’s customized Android 4.0 skin. As it turns out, these specs forgo immediate swagger in favor of creating a solid workhorse of a smartphone that is intent on attracting a long-term following. Read on and you’ll discover just how it pulls that off.