I can’t say didn’t have my fingers crossed, but it’s hard to believe that what was just a wispy rumor two months ago is now seeming like a reality. At the end of July we reported on the confirmation of Google’s first Ice Cream Sandwich handset having a Super AMOLED HD display. From that moment on, we knew that Samsung had to have become the primary...

Back before Honeycomb came around, we used to switch keyboards by long pressing a text box. However, you guys may have noticed that the same functionality is not initially apparent on Honeycomb. In actuality, Honeycomb’s solution for keyboard switching is even clearer; their is a dedicated button for switching input methods right next to the clock! To make the...

If you’ve had problems with your Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000) in the past, try downloading the SGS Touchscreen Booster application. SGS Touchscreen Booster by Get4Apps is a simple app that lets you adjust all of the settings of your touchscreen display. As application reviewer Tyler so eloquently states: Holy s**t! turn the sensitivity to 10 the vibrant screen...

  Being a leading TV and smartphone manufacturer, it’s only natural for Samsung to create software to link the two devices. In the past Samsung has created Android apps [Samsung Remote] that allow the use of their phones as remotes for their TVs. With their latest piece of software, Samsung now allows you to mirror your phone display to your TV. If you have...

Nearly 4 months of waiting and at long last we have what looks like the official U.S. launch event for Samsung’s long awaited Galaxy S II. Media invitations to the grand event in the Big Apple were just sent out today, and judging by the large roman numeral II above, the “major product” could be no other than the Galaxy S II. Since Samsung didn’t...

Nearly everyone and their mothers heard the news when a Lithuanian retailer leaked details of Samsung’s supposed lineup of upcoming Android devices. Well we had a feel like some of the specs were too good to be true because, well—they were. Today on Samsung Tomorrow, the company’s official blog, an official statement debunking yesterdays rumors was posted: Some...

For those of you who prefer the simplicity of the stock Android Keyboard over the plethora (check out our 14 keyboard showdown) of competing input methods out there, here’s a quick and useful tip to help maximize your mobile WPM (words per minute)! Activating the extended row of number/symbol keys is very simple on the Android Keyboard. When typing, simply drag...

Those of you born after the 80’s probably didn’t get to experience the joy of Web 1.0. Compared to the high-bandwith, streamlined, mega network of today’s Web 2.0 ecosystem, Web 1.0 was a mishmash of un-optomized, disorganized personal and unprofessional websites. Further aggravating the experience was the proliferation of malicious software that ranged...

Today I came upon an interesting article on CNN Money titled “Is Google suffering from Microsoft Syndrome?” Now I wasn’t quite sure what the ‘Microsoft Syndrome’ was, but hearing those two words made me think of blue screens of death (BSODS) and crippling malware that could bring down everything from aunt Maude’s Windows 95 craptop to...

Remember the days of console gaming where Gameshark and Game Genie were coveted pieces of hardware that mysteriously hacked games allowing you to instantly fill your Pokedex, unlock every gun in Golden Eye 64 and cause unparalleled mayhem in pretty much every game ever? Yeah those days are all but gone, but today you can relive some of those fun times with some super...