If you’ve been eyeing Samsung’s Galaxy Note you’ll be happy to hear that Woot is selling a bunch of different Samsung Galaxy Note’s...

The Galaxy S IV is one speedy piece of hardware, but did you know that there are ways to make it run even faster? That’s right, no matter how fast...

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...

For 3 years straight–like clockwork–Samsung has released the gold standard by which all Android phones are built. This year they look to extend that record to the 4th year with the Galaxy S IV. The performance and displays of each successive generation has increase, from the single core, 4-inch Galaxy S, to the quad-core, 4.8 inch Galaxy S III, Samsung has...

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...

2012 has really been the year of the 7~ inch tablet, with key releases by Google and Apple in the Nexus 7 and iPad Mini. It is clear that users are trending towards smaller, more portable devices that are significantly cheaper than their beefier 10~ inch siblings. Samsung released the first Android tablet in the form of the original Galaxy Tab which was 7 inches, but...

Samsung has been getting better and better about firmware update with each generation of hardware, and we’re pleased to announce that both the 7 and 10.1 inch versions of the Galaxy Tab 2 are being updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Android 4.1 is arguably the most significant and powerful update to Android in the last couple years as it adds significant performance...

Samsung has been churning out great devices for the past few years, from the original Galaxy S, to the brand new Nexus 10. Some would say that the rate at which they’ve been making their hardware is a bit too fast. Considering every year for the last 3 years, Samsung has released a Galaxy device as well as a Nexus device, its difficult to get your hands on the latest...

We’ve seen the popularity of the Galaxy S III shoot through the roof this year, but we mustn’t forget the ancestors upon which Samsung built upon to bring us what we have today. Samsung was chosen by Google as their hardware partner for the 2nd and 3rd generation Nexus devices, and for good reason. Both phones are based on the best-selling Galaxy S and Galaxy...