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The Galaxy S II’s Exynos CPU and Mali GPU have some serious gaming potential and Samsung isn’t afraid to flaunt that. Samsung is now offering a free download of Gameloft’s latest racing game, Asphalt 6: WCG 2011. You can find the app for download in the Samsung Apps store. The WCG version features career, quick, and multiplayer race modes as well as a custom “Samsung WCG 2011″ race car. Via SammyHub jQuery(document).ready(function($) { window.setTimeout('loadTwitter_23073()',1000);window.setTimeout('loadFBLike_23073()',1000);window.setTimeout('loadPinterest_23073()',1000);...

Although Samsung’s UI customization is best known through their proprietary TouchWiz software, their San Jose Mobile Lab has just released a new Android-wide user interface dubbed Pure Breeze. The goal behind the Pure Breeze UI was to make navigation between apps a breeze by streamlining and building the interface around this idea. Although there are many different UI customization and launchers already out there, Pure Breeze sets itself apart by replacing the standard app dock with its “Kite,” which enhances...

If you’ve had problems with your Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000) in the past, try downloading the SGS Touchscreen Booster application. SGS Touchscreen Booster by Get4Apps is a simple app that lets you adjust all of the settings of your touchscreen display. As application reviewer Tyler so eloquently states: Holy s**t! turn the sensitivity to 10 the vibrant screen moves without even touching it! Get real close and it picks up your finger. Awesome app! This app can be used to help remedy unresponsive touchscreens and increase fluidity...

  Being a leading TV and smartphone manufacturer, it’s only natural for Samsung to create software to link the two devices. In the past Samsung has created Android apps [Samsung Remote] that allow the use of their phones as remotes for their TVs. With their latest piece of software, Samsung now allows you to mirror your phone display to your TV. If you have a Samsung Smart TV released in 2011—models greater than or equal to the LED 7000 or PDP 8000—and a Galaxy S II, you can have access to these features: Dual View Enjoy...

Samsung’s very own Bada operating system is in the headlines today with the release of its 2.0 SDK, originally announced at the Mobile World Congress in February of 2011. Some of you may be wondering why you haven’t heard so much about Samsung’s proprietary OS and that’s because it isn’t available in the U.S. Internationally though, Bada claims 1.9% marketshare—even more than Windows Phone 1.6%. Although most of the Android community sees Google’s acquisition as non-intracompetitive to the Android ecosystem,...

For those of you guys and gals that follow University Athletic Association of the Philippines’ basketball league, Samsung has a nice little treat for you! Sports fans all over the world know the importance of accurate real-time game scores and Samsung’s UAAP Sixth Man App brings you the best coverage you can get short of being at the game yourself. In addition to play by play action, Samsung’s Sixth Man app keeps your favorite player’s stats right at your fingertips. The icing on the cake is the ability for...

Samsung has just released their Unpacked application which gives useful information such as event information as well as scheduling. The application will feature all sorts of helpful tips for those attending the event including venue information, transportation, maps and schedules. For the majority of us who will be unable to attend, Samsung, in addition to direct links to promotional material on YouTube, will be hosting a live stream which can be replayed after the event as well. Take a gander in the Android Marketplace to stay up...

Hot on the heels of Google’s $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, Samsung acquires a key, new asset of its own in the form of Cyanogen founder Steve Kondik. Steve and his team at CyanogenMod have been pumping out new firmware versions for dozens of Android phones and tablets that would otherwise turn stale. Samsung has taken the community outreach approach and taken it to the next level with a community [member] acquisition. It’s unclear what exactly Mr. Kondik’s role at Samsung will be, but his extensive...

In their mission to enhance the Android user experience, Samsung has created another exclusive application called Samsung Hub, which seeks to help users make the most of their Samsung devices. Samsung Hub provides Galaxy device users with a portal that will consolidate the more than 150,000 app choices on the Android Market, so that they can find the latest and greatest for their phone or tablet. The application is separated into four categories; suggests, games, exclusives and help. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwDpT3o8gcE&feature=player_embedded As...

Last week Samsung sent us an invite to their Galaxy Tab 10.1 update party, which is going on right this moment! Unfortunately we had prior plans and could not attend, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on any of the details. One thing we noticed in today’s official press release that was added to the long list of updates was Samsung’s Kies 2.0 software. The newest version of Samsung’s venerable device management software promises greater file sharing capabilities with support for both PCs and Macs....