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.
Back to School season is officially here for many of us. Check out my review of the Samsung Galaxy S5, and how it can help students with work and more.
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.
Yes, peeps, I’m back with another great giveaway, and this time, it’s the fabulous HTC One X+ smartphone powered by AT&T. This is an impressive device with Beats Audio and an awesome camera. Easy entry!
A few weeks ago, I received a HTC One X Android device as a member for the TroopOneX review team. While the screen real estate and Beats Audio were some of my favorite features of the phone, it was the camera that interested me most.
Magisto is a video recording and editing application for iOS and Android that allows you to create professional looking videos with their easy editing process right on your phone.
There’s no secret that I am addicted to the latest phones with awesome technology. Smart phones are like going to Disney to me—they bring me such joy.
If you have an iPhone, Windows, Blackberry, or Android powered device, you probably use the standard browser that is already pre-installed on your device.
Back to School means hitting the books and studying hard to make the grade. Here is a list of 9 amazing Back to School apps that will help you ace that test!
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.
Yes I recently got an iPhone, and yes I thought I was going to immediately fall in love with it. But in reality, it’s just not happening for me. I use my new iPhone primarily but I am still creeping with my Android. What’s a girl to do?