Here’s a quick little tip that will help boost your Samsung Android device’s GPS capabilities. In addition to using wireless networks and GPS to help locate your position, you can activate “Sensor aiding” to enhance position tracking and reduce the amount of power used on GPS and network based tracking. To activate this feature, simply navigate...

Ever made a call and seen that little pop-up message stating that “Conditional call forwarding [is] active.” At first glance you don’t really think twice about it, but then as you are making your call you wonder, “hmm… I wonder what that was supposed to mean?” And just like that you forget about the whole message altogether. Well, don’t...

When you spend as much time lurking around our gadgets as we do, you are bound to find some hidden features: 5 bucks says you’ve never seen this menu After digging around the ‘About phone’ section in settings, we realized there was an option to activate the DivX VOD registration process. I don’t think I’ve actually done any research on DivX...

Last week we held our first ever Android Launcher Roundup/Showdown where we compared 4 of the most popular Android home screen replacement applications and crowned one winner: Go Launcher EX Sorry LeBron, even GO Launcher wins a ring Go Launcher EX was by far the best choice out of the pack with its astonishing list of features—many of them unique to its platform—combined...

[Spoiler Alert: If you want to skip to our article on How To customize your Infuse or Galaxy S device with the winner of this roundup, go here. If you are too lazy to read, watch my in-depth video guide!] Samsung’s flagship Android phones have all been rampant successes; the Galaxy S, Galaxy S II, and Infuse 4G have all received positive critic reviews in almost...

Last week we took a look at Samsung’s Media Hub application and discovered the joys of having every major networks programming as well as plenty of new movies, right at your fingertips. However, we noted that due to licensing limitations, the media was limited to mobile devices with a Media Hub account. Don’t hang your head though, because Samsung has another...

Greetings Samsung Infuse 4G owners, if you woke up to a little red icon in your notification bar, you might be wondering what it’s all about: AT&T has begun pushing out an 8MB OTA update as of this morning. Too small to be Gingerbread, but looks like the basedband and buildnumber get bumped up to the latest iteration: According to the guys over at Android...

Samsung’s really done a great job with their 8MP cameras that they included on the Droid Charge as well as Infuse 4G. In my reviews of both phones (Charge here, Infuse here), I noted how their rear-facing cameras both produced excellent quality photos and that could easily be mistaken for dedicated point and shoots. There’s a lot of potential to be harnessed...

In our review of the Samsung Infuse 4G, AT&T’s first sideload capable Android device, we were thoroughly impressed by its beautiful screen and plethora of features. One of the Infuse’s best features is its ability offer its 4G data capabilities to other devices via its ability to tether and act as a mobile access point. There are a couple things...

It wasn’t too long ago that cell phone displays were monochrome and the size of a Wheat Thin. For a while, color screens were a mere novelty rather than a necessity. But as dumb-phones evolved into smartphones, so did our desire for larger, brighter and crisper displays. Android got its start on the HTC G1 with a humble 3.2 TFT LCD, a screen that by today’s...