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...

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...

Back in October we got our first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in Hong Kong at Samsung and Google’s launch event. Just about everyone noticed the three gold connection points and we began patiently waited for the Nexus’ accompanying dock. The Galaxy Nexus mates with this dock via the 3 gold pogo pins  Fast forward to today–Samsung has made the...

Accessorizing is the hallmark of any true technophile and Samsung’s OEM docks make it easy to do so. A while back there were a preview of the Galaxy Nexus which revealed three gold contacts along the side of the device and since then we’ve been anticipating a multitude of docking options. Thanks to UK retailer MobilFun, we can finally get a hands on look...

Mobile versions of websites were a godsend when phones had teeny displays and lacked the data connections to load full websites but that was then and this is now. The Galaxy S II has no problem viewing full desktop versions of websites, so why not have them load by default? Here’s how: Mobile vs. Desktop versions of ESPN 1. Go to your browser and hit Menu > More...

If you’ve recently been having trouble with Kies, and don’t want to bother downloading a lot of different apps in our guide to sync your Galaxy S device, you might want to give Android Manager a try.  The Windows Only (for now) app syncs everything and anything between your computer and Galaxy S device SANS WIRES!! To set it up, you just download and install...

The Windows Mobile™ Programm Installer by AlekSSLab™ is designed to help you organize your collection of programs for devices based on Windows Mobile™ and installing programs from your collection to the device based on Windows Mobile™. Windows Mobile is probably the only platform that is still practicing the old art of connecting, uploading and installing your...

Amongst its many newly added features, Windows Mobile 6.5’s widget feature is explored quite frequently. And for that, an open source developer (Vimpyboy) have released the Windows Mobile Widget Emulator, a desktop application that let’s you preview these widgets. One thing to note while testing is that the emulator is web-based and should be used in Internet...

Each time you connect your Samsung mobile device to your desktop, default applications like ActiveSync will start automatically. Another good example will be the application MyMobiler. Upon device connect, you will see that the application will launch automatically on your desktop, allowing you to now work on your device from your desktop. While these applications may...

Standard procedure with installing program onto your device through your PC may include: Download the .cab file onto your PC Plug in the cable to your PC Move the .cab file from your PC to your mobile device Install it through your mobile device Phew! Even if you have familiarized yourself with the installation process, this still seems quite a bit of work. A good tip...