The line between camera and phone continues to be blurred as cutting-edge devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S II and iPhone 4S continue to encroach on point-and-shoot camera territory. One of Apple’s biggest selling points for the iPhone 4 and now the 4s, has been their camera technology. Android is much more soft-spoken about the topic, but thanks to the careful...

Take one minute to search on Google and you will find a bevy of comparisons (shootouts, showdowns, deathmatches etc.) between Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Apple’s iPad 2. They do complex analysis of the display brightness, color saturation, chassis dimension, JavaScript performance, battery life, and so on and so forth. This is all fine and dandy but those...

“Gentleman we can rebuild it, we have the technology… better than it was before: better, stronger, faster.” And so they did. Ladies and gentlemen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1: We got our first glimpse of the Tab 10.1 in February during the 2011 Mobile World Congress. One month later the iPad 2 came out and Samsung decided to reassess their goals: they...

Guess who I just scored an exclusive dream date with. What? No, I wish it was Natalie Portman. But this is a close second: I wish the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Ms. Portman would switch places If you didn’t figure it out by now, yes—that is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 that I’m holding in my hand: isn’t she beautiful? Take a gander at our unboxing of the...

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...

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...

When we first encountered EPICASE last July, they were just a small company providing unique smartphone cases designed by Korean illustrators. However, in less than a year, they have established a reputation as on of the best smartphone case makers in the world. They are currently expanding their lineup of bold and creative cases to Japan, China, and the U.S. The unique,...

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...

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...

Greetings friends, today we will be comparing three of the most popular video chat applications for Android; Tango, Qik. Tango Tango gets the job done; download, install, auto populates contacts, good-to-go. Account registration info is auto-filled, so just hit register and validate the email. No need to manually add contacts either; it automatically recognized which...