AM News: New iPad Overheating and Light Bleeding Issues, BlackBerry Wallet on OS 7, Samsung Galaxy S3 Leak

One of the problems related to the highly anticipated third generation iPad is the overheating problem. After many users complained about the issue over the dedicated forum, tech oriented websites performed tests on the device with the hope of delivering some answers and generate Apple's response.

The new iPad's high resolution display is, at the same time, praised by analysts and reviewers around the world and blamed by a few frustrated users. The latter category explains the discontent over the dedicated forums and reveals a less than satisfactory first-hand experience.

Research In Motion has made public the BlackBerry financial Wallet application is now compatible with its latest OS 7. The app, which remembers financial and banking information, aims to speed up mobile checkout and purchasing. It can remember card numbers, billing information and delivery addresses too. This is besides login information, for shopping websites and reward schemes.

Sony has unveiled a new Android 4.0 based mobile, but currently, it is only planned to be available in China. The Xperia Neo L is the successor to the Neo, and the Neo V models. It is set to arrive with a 4 inch display, whilst measuring in at 120.0 x 61.0 x 12.8 mm - making it considerably smaller than the iPhone 4S, but not thinner.

The image of what looks like the Samsung Galaxy S3 has emerged on a website called GSM Helpdesk Netherlands courtesy of a "reliable anonymous source" and with some interesting details regarding its hardware. The picture looks a lot like the slide from Weber Shandwick - the PR agency for Samsung global - that was published by a Reddit user a few days ago.