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Samsung Galaxy S III Premium Suite official UK roll-out begins

Samsung Galaxy S III Premium Suite official UK roll-out begins

Samsung has officially begun rolling out the Premium Suite update for the Galaxy S III in the UK, including Multi Window support, easier photo sharing via NFC, tweaks to boost the camera app, and more. Detailed earlier this month, the Premium Suite adds to the Android 4.1 update for the Galaxy S III, borrowing some of the features Samsung had previously rolled out to the Galaxy Note II.

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SnappGrip makes the smartphone photographer a pro

SnappGrip makes the smartphone photographer a pro

Ever since it was apparent that devices like the iPhone were taking over the instant photography universe, accessory creators have been hard at work thinking of ways to capitalize - today the SnappGrip turns your smartphone into a rather comfortable snapper. What you're working with here quite simply is a Bluetooth-connected camera controller that connects physically to your iPhone or Android device with a case. This controller will be released with a unique photography app that will be able to make use of it and developers galore will be able to make use of the accessory with an APK they can integrate into their own app quite simply.

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Samsung smartphone security exploit gets official fix “quickly”

Samsung smartphone security exploit gets official fix “quickly”

A software venerability in the Samsung Exynos processor family that resides in your Galaxy Note II and international Galaxy S III has had an official response from the manufacturer today assuring a quick fix. This software update fix will be coming down relatively soon (we hope) as the possible security exploit would allow a malicious program to access the innards of your smartphone via its RAM and either destroy the device's contents or harvest them for its very own.

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Discovered Samsung Exynos exploit opens door to major malware problems

Discovered Samsung Exynos exploit opens door to major malware problems

It isn't that often we get to write about an exploit that is both awesome and horrible at the same time, but today we're doing just that. A user over at the XDA Developers Forum has gone searching through Samsung Exynos kernels and has found one whopper of an exploit. This exploits affects a number of Samsung-made devices, along with potentially any device using an Exynos 4412 or 4210 processor and Samsung kernels, so a lot of Android users should be on the look out this evening.

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Verizon Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update official

Verizon Galaxy S III Jelly Bean update official

You folks out there working with the Samsung Galaxy S III on Verizon's 4G LTE network will be glad to know that it's been officially updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this upgrade including no less than Google Now. The Google Now service is one of Google's most high-profile releases in the software upgrade world as far as Android goes at the moment and brings on a collection of update cards that give you information on your daily doings on the fly. This update also comes with more live camera filters.

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Samsung Muse up for sale in USA: Galaxy’s most miniature music player

Samsung Muse up for sale in USA: Galaxy’s most miniature music player

The device known over the ocean as the Samsung Pebble has been released in the USA this week as the Samsung Muse, bringing with it Samsung's clearest answer yet to the Apple iPod. This little device is made to be a companion for the Samsung Galaxy smartphone line and is compatible with essentially every model that's come out in the past two years, Galaxy S II, III, Note, Note II, and more. What the Muse represents is the slightly more miniature and more mobile version of the music you already work with on your Galaxy smartphone - for runners, first and foremost.

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Samung’s iPhone-mocking ad named most viral tech ad of 2012

Samung’s iPhone-mocking ad named most viral tech ad of 2012

As December begins, the year starts coming to a close, and with that comes the "best of 2012" awards for pretty much everything. Video tracking service Visible Measures has rounded up the most popular tech ads of 2012, and surprisingly, Apple isn't in the top five. Even more surprising, is that Samsung owns three out of the top five spots on the list -- the number one ad being Samsung's iPhone-mocking commercial that touts "the next best thing is already here."

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