If you’re like me, you love the clean lines of a phone without a protective case. Upon realizing gravity exists, you are faced with the cold hard (pavement) reality of owning a phone–you are going to drop it sooner or later, and chances are if it isn’t onto carpet, there is going to be some moderate to severe damage. If you are worried about this happening...

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...

One of my favorite features of my original Google HTC G1 was it’s notification LED. One thing I wish my Samsung Galaxy S had was a notification LED. See my problem–oh, you have this problem as well? Well here is an application I think you should take a look at. Although the Galaxy S doesn’t come with a native notification LED, developer neldar has designed...

One of the conveniently built-in feature for the Samsung Omnia is the Flashlight function. Under normal circumstances, by default, the flashlight feature may be turned on by going to Settings > Personal tab > Buttons > Flash Light tab, and check the box that will map the volume key to Flash Light. Easy enough, one catch though – this feature will only work...

FlashLight by twolf FlashLight Version 7 Cost: Free twolf (Developer Info) [ratings] Yup, that’s certainly one way you can use your Flash application on your Windows Mobile PocketPC. There must be numerous occasion where you see someone make use of their cellphone to look for something in the dark. Other times, they are cleverly used in concert as...