IR blasters. That little LED that typically sits behind a dark plastic shield on your TV’s remote controllers. Well if you hadn’t noticed, they are starting to migrate toward mobile devices, specifically smartphones and tablets. Samsung first integrated this feature on the Galaxy Tab 7.7, which was used to interface with a user’s home theater setup via...

Just the other week we saw a small hullabaloo over the Samsung Galaxy S III’s engineered reverse incompatibility with the Galaxy S II’s MHL adapter. Essentially, users were crying foul at the Applesque decision to change the pinout of the Galaxy S III’s micro USB port for what appeared to be no reason. Say hello to this little converter, which converts...

The Galaxy S III has been getting plenty of pre-release coverage and despite rumored delays, it is now available in 28 different countries from the U.K. and France to U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia.   The phone is currently available in a handful of regions including Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with the full global launch coming in July whereby Samsung will increase...

I was recently recording some voice overs with my Galaxy S II and I was importing the files to my computer, I was slightly befuddled when I was greeted with this: Now here I am with a time sensitive project and now I gotta go digging through the internet looking for a file converter for this strange format. Or did I? Well back in the day (circa 2006) I owned the good...