by Jules Wang | October 10, 2016 7:55 PM
Samsung is requesting all of its retail and carrier partners to stop selling and providing Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to their customers, the company stated today. It also urged customers to power their devices down and take advantage of any remedial processes available to them. The state of the device's reputation took a turn from really bad to worse last week as units meant to replace recalled ones over reports of their batteries exploding also had their batteries burst. Here is the statement in full: We are working with relevant regulatory bodies to investigate the recently reported ...
by Jules Wang | November 2, 2015 7:41 PM
Globetrotters aren't just tall, athletic people with fancy finesse in twirling basketballs. They're people who travel across the earth for whatever reason, be it for pleasure or for work. T-Mobile has made multiple moves to support these kinds of people while Sprint has trailed behind the Un-carrier with its own free global roaming amenity. It's not much of an amenity, though, as it limits speeds in 60 countries down to 2G speeds or 64kbps. Well, make that 61. From Pinar del Rio to Baracoa, Cuba is now all yours to sprint across if you're on Sprint. CEO Marcelo Claure announced the ...
by Anton D. Nagy | June 6, 2012 5:07 AM
You can find lots of Samsung Galaxy S III coverage to consume until our full review (spoiler: soon!) and until your U.S. carrier variant becomes available. We're checking out the International version which has a quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM opposed to American flavors which will get a dual-core SoC and 2GB of RAM. If Verizon is the network of your choice you will like this one: the carrier has allegedly confirmed that the Galaxy S III on its line-up (landing in July?) will support global roaming. However, the feature will not be available at launch but will be added later on via a ...
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