To all the naysayers of the Galaxy Note I, we would like to say: “I told you so.” After debuting in October of 2011, the Note family is still...

While there’s been no official word from Samsung itself, we’re starting to see more and more evidence of a black Galaxy S III on the horizon: You can see on T-Mobile’s 4G comparison page that the first device on display is clearly a Galaxy S III in piano black. Now before I get your hopes too high up, I will note that this image on the pedestal is an...

I surmised that the latest picture of the Galaxy S III had a very high likelihood of representing what the final product would look like and it looks like my findings have been corroborated: The leaked image above is very similar, if not identical to the leaked illustration seen last week. This picture would have us believe that the leaked dummy test boxes featuring a...

The Galaxy S II has had a solid run but people are getting antsy as 1280×720 displays and quad-core processors are becoming the de facto standard for current gen smartphones. At the height of much of this hype has been a number of various renders claiming to be the Galaxy S III, however we had yet to see an actual photo until now… But wait just one second...

The cell phone camera has made enormous advancements in the last few years, but the same cannot be said about the software with which we can edit them on the same platform. While filters and effects have been the mainstay of post-capture editing, the Samsung Galaxy Note and it’s Wacom Digitizer/S-Pen bring a whole new slate of features to this phablet (phone/tablet). Our...

One of my favorite and highly advertised features of the Samsung Galaxy Note is its ability to edit images on the fly–this means you can snap a picture or a screenshot, then use the Note’s image editing application to add notes, add highlights, crop, etc. 1. Snap a picture using the camera:   2. Go to your phone’s Gallery, and navigate to the photo 3....

If you’ve been looking for your Galaxy S II’s camera settings in the Android settings menu, you would be hard pressed to find it. All of the camera’s settings need to be accessed via the camera application itself. There are plenty of tweaks and settings changed that can be made here–let’s take a look at what neat things we can do! 1. Camera...

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...

If you guys aren’t familiar with easter eggs, they are hidden messages in computer software that are activated by a set of undocumented commands. Android 2.3 Zombie art by Jack Larson The tricky developers over at Google’s Android department have hidden some nifty Easter eggs for their users and we’ve got the directions to find them! For both Android...

Samsung has published the very first picture of the Nexus Prime in a promotinal video for their Unpacked 2011 Event: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM9RO-GAKjE&feature=player_embedded Like cookies and milk or wine and candles, Samsung and Google are partnering once more in a relationship that in this video, is described as a perfect combination. Having already collaborated...