Developer options are settings that are meant for developers and power users to optimize and customize their devices. However, in order to avoid confusion...

I remember the first time I saw the Samsung E715–it was absolutely marvelous. A flip phone with not only an LED flash + camera combo, but an OLED front facing display. There has been plenty of hardware progression, but engineers on the software side of things have done some marvelous things in their own domain. Most notably in the form of seamlessly merging multiple...

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 >...

You guys may remember our article on the developer testing codes that you can input into your Galaxy S to perform numerous functions. I recently stumbled upon another interesting testing code; this one is designed to test your Gaalxy S II’s touch screen parameters. To access the LCD testing menu, simply go to your phone app and dial in *#0*#. The first five options...

Although Google has integrated text-to-speech in Gingerbread, Samsung has taken TTS a step further in the Galaxy S II with the its exclusive TTS driving mode. The Galaxy S II takes advantage of TTS controls to give you more detailed notifications while you are driving—no more wondering if you got an email, text or a Facebook message; the Galaxy S II will tell you....

Remember the days of console gaming where Gameshark and Game Genie were coveted pieces of hardware that mysteriously hacked games allowing you to instantly fill your Pokedex, unlock every gun in Golden Eye 64 and cause unparalleled mayhem in pretty much every game ever? Yeah those days are all but gone, but today you can relive some of those fun times with some super...