“I am looking for a tool to assist me with Blu-ray backing up to hard drive and stream to my Samsung Smart TV. Probably the main feature was Speed, but I’m only willing to pay so much. I am a home user, and do not rip that many DVD’s. I have a smart TV, and store the rip versions on a hard drive for easy viewing, thus preserving the original Blu-rays. – Timothy Vandergriff” Read More
Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s latest flagship Android samrtphone. It’s a bright and vibrant Super AMOLED panel, and a reminder that Samsung does displays better than anyone else. It’s still more saturated than I care for out of the box – I’m not ashamed to admit I’ve set my phone to the basic screen mode – but it’s 15% brighter than before, and just as sharp as ever with its QHD+ resolution. That’s a whopping 2960×1440, though by default the UI is scaled to FHD+ (2220×1080). It is an cool tablet for movie fans. Read More
Our complete guide to transferring your music albums to your new Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge phone, from your PC or Mac computer or Apple’s iTunes.
Mac users should download a handy little app called Android File Transfer, a free piece of software which can be used to drag and drop music files between your Mac computer and the Galaxy S6. Read More
I have some musics and movies purchased from iTunes Store, and I want to transfer them to my Galaxy S6, but the Android phone can’t read these video, what’s wrong? How to play iTunes M4V videos on Galaxy S6? Can I install iTunes onto Galaxy S6 for getting iTunes on S6? please help. Read More
Samsung trumpets that the A7 is “one of the slimmest Galaxy smartphones” and at just 6.3mm wide and 141 grams (5 ounces) it’s certainly sworn off the carbs. Choose from white, very dark blue or a champagne tint for the case. Out front is a 5.5-inch full HD AMOLED screen. Underneath, the phone is powered by eight cores of silicon: 1.8GHz quad-core and 1.3GHz quad-core processors supported by 2GB of RAM. Read More