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 at bottom right, Pull down feed list at top right RSS Times is a lightweight, news reader application for Windows Phone 7 devices that organizes your RSS feeds into a simple and...

For those of us who aren’t fortunate enough to have an unlimited or 4GB data plan, we must carefully monitor our data usage and avoid running data in an always on configuration. This setup requires frequent access of the network setting menu in order to to receive email and social updates. Those of you who read our article “Will WiFI turn off 3G” are...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend Application of the Week: BLN Control for Samsung Galaxy S One of my favorite features of my original Google HTC G1 was it’s notification LED. One thing I wish my Samsung Galaxy S had was a notification LED. See my problem–oh, you have this problem as...

Hey there guys and gals, often times we see ourselves using terms and methodologies that might not be all too familiar for the genera Android user, so today we will be going over one of our most frequentlyused and asked terms: Side Loading. What is Side Loading? Wikipedia defines sideloading as the practice of Transferring data between two local devices, in particular...

Have you ever had those days where you felt like your thumbs were burnt out from sending out text messages all day? Wouldn’t it have been nice to just connect a keyboard to your phone? Well… if you had a bluetooth keyboard you could, but chances are that you don’t. But fear not! I’m sure you still have a laptop… or at least a computer with...

Screen protectors certainly have come a long way since the days of thick, user-cut, adhesive backed films that easily lifted and dog-eared at the corners, creating an eyesore that nearly defeated its purpose of keeping the display in like-new condition. Nowadays we have a host of high-tech screen protectors that reduce glare, prevent fingerprints and protect from scratch...

We’ve already brought you guys the Ice Cream Sandwich ringtones and wallpapers and now today, we bring you Android 4.0’s keyboard! Now I know a lot of you out there are anxiously waiting for the Galaxy Nexus to finally hit U.S. shores, but in the meantime, you can get a preview of what it feels like to type on Samsung and Google’s latest offspring....

After browsing through many forums, I’ve found that many users have been anywhere from a tad curious to extremely befuddled regarding the Galaxy S II’s on-board memory layout. First of all let’s get the basic down. The Galaxy S II comes equipped with 16GB of internal ROM storage and 1024MB of RAM. The ROM can be augmented via the microSD slot which...

Want this in the mail? Subscribe to our Helpful Tips & How-To Newsletter CareAce Newsletter: Monday October 19th, 2011, Issue 4 Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend CareAce Featured Application: ChatON Messenger for Android Samsung ChatON is a multi-faceted messaging...

Samsung ChatON is a multi-faceted messaging service that is designed to offer users a complete suite of multimedia sharing and storage tools. We first caught wind of this application back in late August, and now it has finally gone live. ChatON is Samsung’s proprietary messaging service designed as a cross-platform application that will provide a unified messaging...