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Many claimed the Galaxy Note was too big or novel to garner any kind of following, but here we are today, 3 years later and with one of the most popular Android devices on the market. Aside from being a rather large phone, the Galaxy Note sets itself apart with the integration of a Wacom digitizer and stylus, allowing pressure sensitive drawing input. Although it...

Interacting with the Galaxy Gear via voice is convenient, but not always appropriate. To prevent having any awkward moments trying to talk into your wrist, why not just type on it? That’s right, Fleksy has gotten around to getting their keyboard on to the miniature display of the gear: Although Samsung never included a native keyboard, the Galaxy Gear being...

If you’ve used the Galaxy Note 3, you’re probably familiar with its beautiful display and blazing fast specs. You’ve also probably realized how large and unwieldy it can be, especially if you have smaller hands. It’s super annoying when you have to reach for something across the screen with your thumb but the meaty patch of skin below touches...

One of the most annoying things is when you lose your phone… right in your own home. It doesn’t happen too often, but when it does it is at the most annoying time possible (about to head out, need to make a call, etc.) and it seems impossible to find. Say goodbye to those frustrating days with the new way to ring your own phone from a computer. We recently...

Google’s expansive software and app ecosystem has finally reached the “track-your-phone” domain with their Android Device Manager. While there have been 3rd party options floating around for quite some time, Google’s unified approach to the misplaced smartphone problem is unique in that it requires no app installation on the device side of...

Do you guys remember this past Google I/O when Google announced that they would sell a Galaxy S4 with a stock Android experience. Now this is all well and good, but what about the millions of Galaxy S4 owners who don’t want to pay another $649 for the Google AOSP experience? Well you guys are in luck because we have some handy tips you can use to supplant TouchWiz...

Developer options are settings that are meant for developers and power users to optimize and customize their devices. However, in order to avoid confusion and unnecessary fuss, this options are hidden from view. We will show you how you can unlock the developer options so you can have maximum control over your device. First of all, fire up your device settings: Settings...

1. Samsung Smart Switch from Blackberry or iPhone Samsung has realized that it has been gobbling up BlackBerry marketshare and encroaching on Apple’s user base, so it’s very nice of them to create an app that helps new users transfer their data from their old devices to their new Galaxy S4. Samsung’s Smart Switch PC application allows BlackBerry...

Out of all the features that Samsung managed to pack into the Galaxy S4, this has got to be the niftiest of them all: <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/Vb7DpMaqM-g” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Using the Group Play feature, four Galaxy S4s can be linked together...

The Galaxy S IV is one speedy piece of hardware, but did you know that there are ways to make it run even faster? That’s right, no matter how fast the hardware is, software can bog down the final speed of the device. Here are some quick tips you can use to have your Galaxy S IV running at its full potential. 1. Turn off the S Voice Home Button Shortcut Samsung’s...