Industry analysts have been saying for the better part of a year that the next step in “Mobile” will be the watch. There was buzz about Apple...

Water resistance phones usually look like rubber bricks and weight as much. Samsung decided to change that stereotype when they released the Galaxy S4...

The Samsung Galaxy S IV is one of the most feature-rich smartphones ever released. The manual is over 140 pages long, and consists mostly of basic instructions...

The Samsung Galaxy Note is a powerful device that elevates itself from the rest of the typical array of smartphones with its one of a kind S Pen. If you aren’t familiar with Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, it is an expansion of their Galaxy lineup that focuses on larger devices with their signature Wacom powered S Pen and display. What does this mean for the...

Last month we reviewed a unique photo application called CameraAce, that offered a comprehensive suite of photo editing tools as well as a new twist on photo management.  The latest update overhauls the user interface with a “Camera Workbench UI,” so that creating and using Photography Themes is easier and more intuitive. Now when you fire up the application,...

There was once a time when a cellphone was a dedicated, stand alone device for mobile communications. Just as the camera, MP3 player and GPS were all their own mutually exclusive entities. Samsung has been at the forefront of Android device development which has combined all of these different devices into the unified smartphone platform. Snapping photos used to be somewhat...

The mobile phone camera. Once a novel feature that gave users the ability to capture grainy, low-res stills, it’s blossomed into a full-fledged prerequisite for a well rounded smartphone. Nowadays we can record full HD videos from our smartphones, and Samsung phones in particular have been noted for their great shooters. Although there are plenty of photo apps out...

I remember the first time I saw the Samsung E715–it was absolutely marvelous. A flip phone with not only an LED flash + camera combo, but an OLED front facing display. There has been plenty of hardware progression, but engineers on the software side of things have done some marvelous things in their own domain. Most notably in the form of seamlessly merging multiple...

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...

Let me guess–the one day you take your beautiful Galaxy S II out of its case, you drop it right onto the bottom right corner, dinging the bezel and chipping or even cracking the glass. I feel your pain: Fear not readers, for your Galaxy S II’s beautiful looks are still salvageable. Sure you could live with a nick here or a ding there, but if you display is...