Have you ever looked at a mosaic and pondered how much work and artistry is required to create one? Well thanks to the miracles of modern science and some...

The Galaxy Gear was praised for its beautiful display, surprising camera quality and industrial design, but was universally criticized for its relatively...

Our sister site Movaluate has been our trusted resource for evaluating our device’s values. In addition to generating accurate price appraisals, Movaluate’s team has been hard at work to create a tool that will give users the ability to verify a target device’s functionality as well as its fair market value, all with one app. This app is Movaluate Device...

IR blasters. That little LED that typically sits behind a dark plastic shield on your TV’s remote controllers. Well if you hadn’t noticed, they are starting to migrate toward mobile devices, specifically smartphones and tablets. Samsung first integrated this feature on the Galaxy Tab 7.7, which was used to interface with a user’s home theater setup via...

I’ve always been pleasantly surprised by how nice the default wallpapers are that Samsung provides with their Galaxy devices, and the S III’s wallpaper collection is especially attractive with their nature UX theme. The Galaxy S III comes standard with 5 different wallpapers which I’ve conveniently named: Dandelion Water drop Dew on leaf Purple flower Orange...

There used to be a time when the instruction manual was a decidedly necessary part of any item being sold to consumers. The whole “real men don’t need instructions” quote doesn’t apply much anymore. I mean sure, you could figure it out but chances are you are missing out on a ton of features that are quicker learned than discovered. The Samsung...

Samsung’s always had a penchant for beautiful software design and the Galaxy S III’s may be the most aesthetically in-tune update yet. One of the most notable features of TouchWiz’s brand new Nature UI is the dandelion live wallpaper and water droplet effect seen when unlocking the screen. Even if you don’t have a Galaxy S III, you can still...

Although Samsung’s popularity has largely stemmed on its hardware development, Samsung’s software engineers are busy thinking of innovative new ways to make their top notch hardware more human friendly.   The latest bit of ingenuity comes in the form of Samsung’s SmartStay technology which cleverly prevents the display from timing out by detecting if...

Samsung is always striving to provide great integration with all their different electronics, whether it’s with smartphones, tablets, televisions or washing machines, chances are you will find an Android application that will help you use synergize them. Samsung’s Smart Camera is not your run-of-the-mill digicam–the “Smart” in its name refers...

One really nifty feature of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II is the integrated data monitoring feature. Rather than having to download a separate widget or application to monitor your data use, you can use the built in settings to track data usage as well as set alerts for overuse. To access your data monitoring settings, hit Menu > System...