If you are a busy mom or dad, then you’ve got to get acquainted with Samsung Health Ask an Expert. It’s like having an Urgent Care on your phone.
I’ve reviewed a lot of products this year, but there’s only one on top: the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. My pick for Working Parent Product of the Year. Read why.
There’s nothing better than traveling with a phone that also takes amazing photos. Check out the pics I took while in NYC with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
I’ve been rocking with the Samsung Galaxy S5 powered by Verizon for the last two weeks. Check out my thoughts so far and learn more about the device.
Samsung continues to reign supreme with their latest release of their Galaxy flagship device. Check out my overall overview and thoughts on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Galaxy Note II utilizes the Android OS, which right now, is beating it’s closest competition, the iOS. Samsung has been able to remain ahead of Apple because they aren’t afraid to try to innovate already impressive phones. Instead of resting on their laurels much like Apple has done, Samsung has upped the ante with every device they release.
For the second year in a row, Samsung has offered a Samsung Smart Lounge for bloggers and other social media users to recharge their technology, refuel with refreshments, relax and mix with others with couches and group seating
TheCubicleChick.com Tech Contributor Kid Noble already brought you part 1 of his Samsung Galaxy S III review. Now he is bringing you part 2 which covers the software and the camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S III has upped the ante with it’s impressive power and ability. Check out our Technology Contributor Kid Noble as he reviews the device, and gives his opinions on how it shapes up against the iPhone 4S.
While Apple’s iPhone has remained consistent with a 3.5-inch screen, Android manufacturers keep pushing the boundaries with larger and wider phone screens. Android juggernaut Samsung just released their Galaxy Note via AT&T, which is a hybrid phone/tablet with a 5.3-inch screen, the first Android phone with a screen that large.
Anyone who follows Internet news, as well as TheCubicleChick.com knows about the International Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas. For those that don’t know, CES is a technology lover’s paradise.
The fab folks at Samsung set up an area upstairs in the North Hall. The Samsung Lounge was just that. It gave special invitees the ability to charge up their phones, laptops, tablets, cameras, and more, while offering a first-look at some of their products including the Samsung Galaxy Note, Series 7 Gaming PC (a 3D PC made for serious gamers), and their High Performance Ultrabook.