Samsung’s always been a proud company, especially as of late as their hardware has been praised as some of the best in the world. Often times, they don’t mind taking a few jabs at the competition either. Looks like Samsung’s at it again with their latest bit of one-upsmanship being directed at E-Book tycoons Amazon and Barnes and Noble: The Nook and...

Its about that time of year again, where we start to hear rumors about what the next generation of smartphones will bring to the table. With rumors of supposed quad-core, 1080p Galaxy S III looming around the web, it’s hard not to get excited about our next purchase! We know that you guys love Samsung Phones just as much as we do but we were curious which features...

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...

Swiftkey X by TouchType LTD 4.6 Stars (38,541) Editor’s choice $3.99   Forgive me for sounding biased–but I am. This keyboard ended all of my typing woes. After using numerous keyboards over the years, I finally hopped onto the Swiftkey X bandwagon when I saw it on sale for a mere .99 cents during the Android Market’s 10 billion downloads sale....

It’s amazing to think about how much gaming on the Android platform has developed since its inception. I remember when Age of Conquest (then Aevum Obscurum) and Robo Defense first came out; 2 hour lectures seemed to breeze by, midnight bedtimes extended into 2AM trying to find the most efficient blitzkrieg strategy or defensive maze. Protip: Nothing can stop your...

I can say that I’ve been more than satisfied with my Samsung smartphone experiences and it seems like North American Android user’s seem to agree. A recent ChangeWave Research report surveyed smartphone users across North America in an effort to measure customer satisfaction among various smartphone manufacturers. Now before you start becoming alarmed...

One of Android’s #1 features is the ability to place widgets on the desktop. In case you aren’t familiar with widgets, they look like app icons, but can dynamically display information and/or perform actions–they can also occupy more than one tile of space. Your Galaxy S II comes pre-loaded with some great Android/Samsung widgets so we will be taking...

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is one of my favorite pieces of Samsung hardware that I’ve ever had the chance to play with. One of the main complaints though for all Android Honeycomb Tablets is the relatively weak app density. Although that may have been the case when when Honeycomb was first released, we have definitely seen an improvement in the tablet application...

So this has been a long time coming, and I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been patient for this release.  Its only me in the office doing all of these guides and the last month has been hectic to say the least.  With that out of the way I’ve compiled the 13 14 best (and possibly only? let me know in the comments if there are more) keyboards...

Samsung Hummingbird -SGX 540 cpu is confirmed the fastest SoCs (System on Chips) among the latest mobile devices by GLBenchmark 2.0.  Anandtech just announced new benchmark result of the latest SoCs in devices including LG, HTC, Nokia, and Apple. GLBenchmark 2.0 – as its name implies – tests OpenGL ES 2.0 performance on compatible devices. The suite includes...