One detail that has been lost in the shuffle could have long-lasting implications for Android. It's not the 2GB RAM, although that does sound wonderful, and it's not the dual-core processor. Nope, it's not the universal launch date either. Instead, what's really significant is the singular design and branding for the Galaxy S III across all of the five U.S. carriers scheduled to carry it. Here's why.
Android cases? Yeah, right
Ask a number of mobile accessory manufacturers why they don't offer gel skins or cases for Android devices and you'll generally hear that there are too many form factors to consider. In fact, whenever I attend trade shows and industry events, I always stop by companies like Otterbox and Body Glove just to see what's new. Unfortunately, I never hear, "Come tak... [Read more]