The Samsung Galaxy Note has been one of my favorite Android devices of all time, and now it looks like my favorite feature, the S-pen, will be getting extended functionality thanks to a slew of apps in Samsung “Premium Suite.” If Android 4.0 is any bit as good on the Galaxy Note as it is on the Galaxy S II, I can fully expect this software update to be the...

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you probably noticed that the new iPad was announced the other day and more importantly, that Google market is no more. More specifically, it has been supplanted by Google Play-the one stop shop for all the content Google offers be it apps, music, movies or books. Essentially, Google Play is a rube goldberg machine jammed...

The folks over at Samsung are always working to improve their user’s experience, and their Dallas Technology Lab is at the forefront of this endeavor. You’ve probably seen the variety of live wallpapers that come default with your  Galaxy S II, but this wasn’t good enough for the folks over in Texas–they’ve created 5 more unique wallpapers...

The cell phone camera has made enormous advancements in the last few years, but the same cannot be said about the software with which we can edit them on the same platform. While filters and effects have been the mainstay of post-capture editing, the Samsung Galaxy Note and it’s Wacom Digitizer/S-Pen bring a whole new slate of features to this phablet (phone/tablet). Our...

Not too long ago we completed our review of our top 10 keyboards of 2011-2012, and crowned Swiftkey X as our champion. In celebration of this momentous occasion, we’ve teamed up with Swiftkey’s developers, TouchType, to give 10 lucky readers a free copy of our favorite Android input method. To be eligible to win, be one of the first 10 readers to leave a...

Hey all you Galaxy S II owners and gamers out there, Samsung Apps is having another free game promotion and this time around Samsung has Modern Combat 3 Fallen Nation in its sights. Easily one of the best shooters available on any smartphone platform, MC3 is very reminiscent of its console counterpart, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. If you have played the CoD games you...

The Samsung Galaxy S II is a great piece of hardware for gaming and entertainment, but did you know it’s also a productivity power house? That’s right, Samsung’s built in email app is a wonderful way to manage your Microsoft Exchange account, allowing you to sync your contacts, calendar and tasks. Here are the easy steps to setup your Exchange account...

Samsung’s latest application gets an early jump on this year’s upcoming 2012 Olympics. As you may know, the 2012 summer Olympics will be held in the good ‘ol United Kingdom, which is home too… well I’m not all too sure, but luckily this application can answer those questions for us! Best of Britain is a collaboration between Samsung and Britain’s...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend CareAce Exclusive App Review: RSS Times Reader for WP7 Mango If you are excited for the latest build of Windows Phone 7, Mango, we have a sneak peek at one of the new pre-installed apps for Samsung WP7 devices—RSS Times: RSS Times main menu: Menu button...

It was around spring of 2008 that I got my grubby hands on my G1. It wasn’t exactly a speed demon, but it’s hardware keyboard (nearly as nice as my Sidekick ID’s) allowed for magnificent typing speed. Upon hearing that cupcake would feature an onscreen keyboard as well, I got excited that I could finally type without having to slide open my phone. Although...