Samsung has finally revealed its Galaxy S III smartphone, the most anticipated Android handset of this year. The Galaxy S III comes with a 4.8in Super AMOLED 1280 x 720 display, and 1.4GHz quad-core CPU, as expected, and is indeed the handset seen in the leaked shots from a website in the Netherlands which we highlighted this morning.
Online retailer Kingofgadgets has put the Samsung Galaxy S3 - otherwise known as the GT-i9300 on preorder for a penny under £600; interestingly the shop says that the smartphone will be shipped on the 30th of May. It's worth noting that KoG lists the complete specifications of the S3 - which it sells as a SIM free device - without any disclaimer.
EA Game's End User License Agreement is a complete catchall protecting the firm from any legal wrongdoing, but it's only accessible to users after they've purchased the game. If you don't agree with it, EA advises you don't play the game you just paid for. Electronic Arts' ability to pull a switch on gamers came to light a couple days ago when the publishing giant announced it would be halting support for the iOS Rock Band game, making it unplayable after 31st May for those that purchased it.
Everything Everywhere has launched what it claims to be the first live trial of 4G in the north of England. The press statement Everything Everywhere (EE) issued took pains to point out that the 1800MHz spectrum being tested is that which could be employed to bring 4G to the UK before 2012 is out (Ofcom permitting).
Nokia has announced that it's moving to protect its intellectual property by launching various claims of patent infringement against HTC, RIM and Viewsonic. The suits have been filed in both the US and Germany, although litigation is an action the Finnish company would prefer not to take, Nokia assures us.