From wearable delights and the tech of Logi, to Office for Mac, a Bing Maps makeover, more Android M, and a Lumia for the selfie-obsessed, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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Samsung UK has said that it won't be rolling out Android 5.x for its Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, despite these handsets getting the Lollipop update in other parts of the world.
Samsung USA has confirmed that many of its older Galaxy smartphones and tablets will received updates to the latest Android 4.4.2 "KitKat" OS, including the nearly two year old Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S3 finally started receiving the Android 4.3 update two weeks ago in the UK. Since then, users have reported numerous issues affecting stability, prompting Samsung to suspend updates.
Microsoft has launched yet another new TV ad promoting Windows Phone, this time showcasing the low light features of the Nokia Lumia 920 against that of the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S III.
In what's quickly becoming a daily event Nokia has released another video showing off the upcoming Lumia 928's capabilities. This time it's all about audio recording quality and Nokia's superior tech.
Samsung has released a teaser for its Super Bowl 2013 TV commercial, featuring actors Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd discussing with a Samsung exec exactly what they can get away with saying during the ad.
Days after revealing quarterly profits of $8.3bn, Samsung has announced that it has now sold 100m devices in the Galaxy S range. S III sales have topped 40m, and are selling over 190,000 units a day.
Apple has added a number of Samsung created devices in its second patent legal battle with the company, including the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note II smartphone.
The Samsung division in Poland have posted on their Facebook page that the Galaxy S III smartphone has now sold 30 million units worldwide since its launch in Europe in late May.
Samsung has announced that the US Galaxy S III smartphone will be updating to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the coming months on all five US carriers, it will bring customisation enhancements and more.
The Galaxy S III Mini specs and images have just been leaked, giving us an in-sight as to what to expect from the device. Additionally, the pricing for the device has been outed.
In a tweet T-Mobile USA has revealed that Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, has become its best selling device of all time in just 5 months of being on sale.
An invite for a Samsung event has hinted at a new device. The description states that “Size may be small, and so small may be big.” This hints that the company's Galaxy S III could be downsized.
Samsung has confirmed that a Galaxy S III updated to the latest software version is not vulnerable to the USSD TEL code remote wipe exploit. No word was given regarding other TouchWiz devices
A new report claims that the Samsung Galaxy S III has begun receiving the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) software update in parts of Europe and other devices will receive the OS update "soon".
Samsung takes another shot against the iPhone 5 in a new 90 second TV commercial that makes fun of the people waiting in line for hours to get Apple's next smartphone.
Apparently it "doesn't take a genius" to realize that the Samsung Galaxy S III is a better smartphone than the iPhone 5, as Samsung slams Apple in their latest print ads
Samsung said today that sales of its Android 4.0-based Galaxy S III smartphone have gone over 20 million units in its first 100 days since its launch earlier this year.
If you live in the UK, Samsung is running a new promotion where you can trade in your old smartphone (if you have the right one) to get a free Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 or Tab 2 10.1
A leak has just surfaced which shows off what looks like the upcoming Samsung N7100 Galaxy Note II tablet-phone hybrid. The device seems to share resemblance to Samsungs flagship Galaxy S III device.
An executive at Samsung claims that sales of its recently launched Galaxy S III smartphone have now exceeded 10 million units less than two months after it launched.
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The release of the 64GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S III has been thrown into doubt after pre-orders by one company in the UK were canceled due to the manufacturer deciding not to release the unit.
We're back with part five of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the cameras on every phone.
We're back with part four of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the performance of every phone on the table
We're back with part thre of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the software present on each device.
We're back with part two of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today, in another video, we take a look at the displays of each device.
In what is set to be an epic battle here at Neowin, over the next week we pit the flagship devices from the five major Android smartphone manufacturers against one another. Part 1 looks at the designs
Samsung says that an external energy source was the reason behind a recent report of a Samsung Galaxy III case melting in Ireland. The owner of the smartphone confirms this report.
Samsung estimated today that it created a profit of $5.9 billion for the second quarter of 2012, helped in large part by the sales success of the Galaxy S III smartphone.
The month of June 2012 was one of the biggest in terms of tech news in recent memory and we have some awards to give out, some good and some bad, for all the reveals.
Samsung has been very successful in the Android space the last few years, so is the Galaxy S III going to continue their strong tradition? I go hands-on with the international version of the device
Samsung says it expects sales of its recently launched Galaxy S III smartphone to reach the 10 million mark by the end of July, despite reports of limited supplies of the Android 4.0-based device.
Foxconn's chairman has harsh fighting words for Samsung as it plans key alliances to counter its Korean rival on the display panel and mobile businesses.
Gadget's break all the time right? But imagine your new pricey Galaxy S III spontaneously combusts, replacing the shiny glossy finish it once had with an unappealing rough patch of molten plastic.
The US launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone will feature limited availability of the product, with T-Mobile only offering it in its top 29 markets and Sprint saying it is behind on shipments.
Did you buy a shiny new Galaxy S III (I9300) and are locked to a carrier that you won't be with forever? Well, you can now unlock your superphone for free with an application off the Android market.
The Canadian launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III has been delayed. Originally set for Wednesday, June 20th, it has now been pushed back to June 27th because of "unprecedented demand" for the phone.
Verizon and AT&T won't offer the free 50 GB cloud storage space offer on Dropbox when they start selling the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone later this month in the US.
Samsung will be holding a new press event in New York City on June 20 to celebrate the upcoming launch of the Galaxy S III smartphone for the North American market.
Just two weeks from release, Apple moves to block the U.S. release of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone on June 21, claiming it infringes on two of Apple's patents.
Samsung has announced that five US wireless carriers, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and U.S. Cellular, will all launch the Galaxy S III smartphone for their networks sometime in June.
Samsung has announced that it has sold a worldwide total of over 50 million Galaxy S I and Galaxy S II since the original's launch in 2010, along with seven million units of the Galaxy Note.
Canadians will be able to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S III on June 20th, as previously rumored, but there's still no word on when the US launch for the smartphone will happen.
The Galaxy S III smartphone from Samsung launches today in 28 countries in Europe and the Middle East, with Samsung saying it will be sold in a total of 145 countries in July.
While the Samsung Galaxy S III is due to launch this week in Europe, some models of the Android 4.0 smartphone have been delayed and won't be coming out until sometime in June.
A new rumor claims that the Samsung Galaxy S III could be launched by Canadian wireless carriers on June 20th and available for pre-order beginning next week.
Samsung is going to give the first 50 people who buy the Samsung Galaxy S III at its London store free tickets to attend the 2012 Summer Olympics in London later this year.
A few lucky folks have managed to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone several days before the Android 4.0-based device is scheduled to officially go on sale.