touchwiz

  • Got TouchWiz? Some Samsung Smartphones Can Be Totally Wiped By Clicking A Link

    Got TouchWiz? Some Samsung Smartphones Can Be Totally Wiped By Clicking A Link

    I’ve never been a huge fan of the TouchWiz UI Samsung throws onto most of its smartphones (for aesthetic reasons, mostly), but now it seems there’s another reason to be wary of the custom Android interface. At a recent security conference in Argentina, Technical University Berlin researcher Ravi Borgaonkar showed off a slightly disturbing vulnerability that could prompt a Samsung… Read More

  • Samsung, Please Don’t Ruin Ice Cream Sandwich With TouchWiz

    Samsung, Please Don’t Ruin Ice Cream Sandwich With TouchWiz

    If you’re anything like me and you’ve fallen in love with Ice Cream Sandwich’s looks, then seeing what Samsung has done to it may be a bit of a heartbreaker. SamMobile managed to get their hands on what seems to be an developer build of Android 4.0 with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI running on top of it, and have loaded it up on a Galaxy S II to play with. Frankly, I think… Read More

  • Samsung makes the Wave with Bada official

    After being teased with a washed out banner image, leaked images on the Internet and stealthy screen shots of its gorgeous AMOLED screen, the Samsung S8500, or Wave, has finally become official. Read More

  • Samsung to revamp TouchWiz for MWC09

    With good ol Sammie Samsung’s pipes being all kinds of leaky this year, it’s not too surprising that Samsung is going ahead and announcing somethings right before Mobile World Congress. Might as well make sure word gets out properly, right? This morning, Samsung announced that they have revamped the TouchWiz UI that graces a number of its handsets, and will be demoing it in… Read More

  • Samsung's amazing TouchWiz OS

    Seriously. This is one OS — found on the F480 — I saw at MWC that could even be considered a competitor to the iPhone. Compared to this, the X1 looks like it was designed by a committee of narcoleptics. Samsung TouchWiz & F480 [PhoneScoop] Read More