The Samsung Galaxy S III is finally out in Australia, Zune is killed off and Yahoo launches a browser – yes, another browser. Plus, we go off on tangents, a lot. That’s this week on TECHGEEK Weekly.
Terence Huynh, Stewart Wilson and Chris Southcott recap the news, offer commentary and pretty much discuss other things outside the world of tech. Because it wasn’t an eventful week. Though, next week is E3 – and we’ll be covering it.
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The Galaxy S III – out now on Vodafone, Telstra and Optus (and before the US)
Report: Samsung in talks to launch 4G Galaxy S III soon, on Telstra
Samsung says delay in some blue Galaxy S3 smartphone orders
HTC One XL comes to Telstra – joins LTE network
Sony launches Xperia go and Xperia arco S – water-resistant, durable smartphones
Android 4.0 installs still well behind older versions
Facebook in talks to buy Opera for US$1 billion?
Facebook Tries, Tries Again on a Smartphone
ZUNE IS DEAD! Microsoft confirms Xbox brand expansion
Google announces a new, faster Samsung Chromebook and Samsung Chromebox
Finally? Google Docs offline editing coming ‘in coming weeks’
Here comes Yahoo’s own Web browser — Axis
Live-blogging platform CoverItLive goes paid-only, screws small publishers
Could Telstra buy Channel Nine? Report speculates potential acquisition