Don’t you hate it when technology doesn’t work? Although Kies is a nifty little piece of software that has been getting me through all my syncing needs for quite some time now, we get hundreds of reports a month stating how users are having issues. There are some obvious fixes (Turning off debug mode: Menu > Settings > Applications > Development >...

The Samsung Galaxy S II is a great piece of hardware for gaming and entertainment, but did you know it’s also a productivity power house? That’s right, Samsung’s built in email app is a wonderful way to manage your Microsoft Exchange account, allowing you to sync your contacts, calendar and tasks. Here are the easy steps to setup your Exchange account...

If you haven’t really heard of what’s going on with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform, it’s likely because of Android and Apple’s sheer dominance of the market. Microsoft however is not about to let that become the status quo. Windows Phone 7 Display at Bellevue Square AT&T Store CareAce’s offices are headquartered smack dab...

Samsung recently followed up it’s WP7 Focus with the newly minted Focus S, which comes equipped with Microsoft’s latest Windows Phone 7 build, Mango. For those of you who have yet to convert or are just curious, you can give Mango a whirl on your Android phone with Microsoft’s browser-based WP7 demo: If you’ve never had a chance to use a WP7 device,...

Microsoft gave us a peek at Samsung’s latest Windows Phone 7 device and the initial photos look promising: The latest Windows Phone 7, dubbed the Samsung I937,  made its debut at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner conference and bore a striking resemblance to the venerable Samsung Galaxy S II. The latter device features a 4.3″ Super AMOLED plus display,...

comScore recently released a new survey report regarding key trends in the U.S. mobile phone industry. The study surveyed more than 30,000 U.S. mobile subscribers and followed 3 trending topics: OEM market share, OS market share and mobile content usage. Image courtesy of  Android & Me Not too long ago we also posted our CareAce mobile user survey and report;...

It’s efforts like these from uber-giant companies that make us feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside. Microsoft, through their Windows Phone Twitter Account, has just opened up a WP7 feedback survey over on Survey Gizmo in an effort to find out what WP7 owner’s like and dislike about their devices. The survey first checks to see if you own a WP7 device and...

It would seem that some WP7 owners are experiencing some issues with their Alarm Clocks, so we’ve put together this handy guide to solve the issue until Microsoft issues a fix. Jim Ski over at Mobility Digest did a few tests with his WP7 device and these are the results he got: -Test1 – Off charge / Alarm rang 5 times then stopped. Waited 10 minutes and turned...

Starting last Friday after Thanksgiving, through the 31st of December or until supplies run out, AT&T and Microsoft are sponsoring some great deals on WP7 phones this Holiday Season.  You can purchase any of the three models AT&T currently offers (the Samsung Focus, HTC Surround, and the LG Quantum) and get a second WP7 phone (any of the 3, doesn’t have...

Well this is kind of disheartening news.  Apparently people have been experiencing “fried/broken” microSD cards after having their Samsung Focus format them.  Originally we thought you would just have to do a reset and reformat the old card if installing a new one, but now it seems quite the opposite.  Microsoft and AT&T have come out stating that owners should...