Visiting this Samsung support site with Safari asks to use my Apple ID from my Mac’s keychain. Say what?
Molly Wood of CNET, speaking to the Verge in Samsung weird: how a phone launch went from Broadway glitz to sexist mess
But remember: Apple is the marketing company.
The litigation and all this OS wars stuff gets old, fast. But c’mon, that’s funny.
I think I cracked the nut: Samsung rips off Apple because, when it doesn’t, stuff like this actually gets put out there in public.
Giant Samsung Galaxy S III interactive installation at the Clark & Lake L stop.
I have never seen a single person touch the display, despite multiple prompts, even during rush hour. They barely look at it.
But when it comes to T-Mobile devices, Samsung states only that they “are in close communication with T-Mobile to ensure that eligible devices are upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the coming months.” T-Mobile has only two high-end smartphones from Samsung, once of which, the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, likely won’t receive the upgrade as it is a variation of the Galaxy S. Samsung has already stated those models will remain on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The fate of the Samsung Galaxy S II, however, hangs in the balance.
Samsung released the Galaxy S Blaze 4G barely over a month ago, but won’t upgrade it past an OS that was released nearly a year and a half ago. What a joke.