Samsung Galaxy S III For AT&T Booked This Summer For $200

In light of the announcements for the other major United States smartphone carriers, AT&T published details on their Galaxy S III availability: pre-orders start June 6th for $199.99 (16GB model, with additional 16GB microSD for a discount), which is the same date and price as the Verizon model. However, unlike Verizon, AT&T will have exclusive access to a red color variant of the SGS III. On board is a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, and that dazzling 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display. And of course, world-class 4G LTE speeds.

Press release after the break.

Firefox 13 Released A Day Early, Has New Tab And Homescreen Design

In a rather smart move (to take advantage of the great news stream?), Mozilla has gone ahead and released Firefox 13 a day early. It features new tab and homescreen designs. The homescreen offers downloads, bookmarks, previous session, history, sync settings, and general app settings. Lastly, opening a new tab brings up a grid view of commonly-visited sites, just like Safari and Chrome have done for many, many years now. Download the new Firefox at the source links.

Via: Mozilla Firefox 13 (Windows or Mac)

Samsung Galaxy S III will be available on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and U.S. Cellular this month

It’s a breaking news development: the Samsung Galaxy S III will retain its massive 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display on Verizon Wireless, U.S. Cellular, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint, all starting this month in terms of availability. As for software, S-Beam, S-Voice, Smart Stay and Android 4.0 (with TouchWiz) will be onboard, powered by Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4, and a 2GB of RAM across the board of carrier variants. Complete with Gorilla Glass 2.0 guarding the screen against your inevitable drops of the SGS III.

Via: Facebook (Samsung Mobile USA), AT&T Preview Page

Instapaper for Android released, thanks to the Tumblr guys

In a unusual response to Instapaper creator Marco Arment’s desire not to build an Android version of Instapaper because it’d take away his time from the iOS version, the guys at Tumblr were contracted with building the Android port for him. Priced just a hair below $3, Instapaper for Android sacrifices a few UI elements and features seen on the iOS version, but still gets the job done on any Android 2.2 and above device. Check it out on Google Play, at the source link. Via: Google Play