After AT&T, U.S. Cellular and T-Mobile announced pre-order and availability details for their Galaxy S5 versions, RadioShack also revealed its own pre-order details for the handset. Starting with March 21, the retailer will take Galaxy S5 pre-orders in its retail stores, offering buyers $50 off the handset in form of a coupon. Additionally, RadioShack offers $75 to $300 to customers who trade-in old devices when buying the Galaxy S5.
Before Oculus Rift, virtual reality headsets seemed like a relic from cheesy ‘90s movies about the Internet. Yes, the idea of surfing the Web like Keanu Reeves in "Johnny Mnemonic" seemed appealing, but gadgets like Nintendo’s Virtual Boy did not exactly live up to Hollywood’s promise. Now, with Oculus Rift and Sony's newly announced Project Morpheus prototype for the PlayStation 4, it looks like the technology could become mainstream.
Looks like the embargo is officially up on Samsung Galaxy S5 pricing. After AT&T revealed earlier today that it'll sell the new flagship phone for $200 on-contract, T-Mobile chimed in to say it will offer the device for no money down, with pre-orders beginning next week, on March 24th. Of course, anyone who knows anything about T-Mobile's UnCarrier pricing plans knows that hardly means "free" it means users will be committing themselves to 24 subsequent monthly payments.
Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the company’s attempt at a smart watch follow-up to the Galaxy Gear begin in the United States starting on Friday. A release from AT&T says people can starting getting in line for the new flagship phone at AT&T stores or at att.com. The phones will actually ship starting in early April.