Posts From Scott Webster
AT&T has begun offering new smartphone plans for customers who use the GoPhone service. The prepaid, no-contract smartphone plans range in price from $25-$60 per month depending on the amount
Photobombs seem to be all the rage lately. If you’ve been bored with the typical friend bomb, animal sit-in, or mystery stranger yet don’t want to give up on the
The successor to the LG Optimus G — the one with the Snapdragon 800 CPU — is likely to arrive on August 7. How do we know? Simple. LG sent
Samsung has just pulled the curtain back for its latest Android-powered device, the Samsung Galaxy NX. You’ve likely heard rumors of this product over the last few weeks; it’s a mirrorless
Facebook just wrapped up with its pres conference which sees the introduction of a new feature for Instagram. As the headlines already tells us, the app now features a video
So the other day I was looking at some Despicable Me 2 promotional material and thought, “Hey, these guys would make great Android characters!” Shortly thereafter I was chatting up
Homepack Buzz officially announced this morning that their popular free smartphone theming service, Buzz Launcher, is no longer in beta mode. Buzz Launcher 1.0 is now available on Google Play.
LG confirmed on Wednesday night that the next generation of “G” series smartphone will employ a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. Why is it this important, you’re wondering? Because not only
Listen up, mobile gamers! NVIDIA, listening to the feedback of the community, has dropped the price of the Shield one week ahead of its launch. Now, instead of carrying a
HTC today announced that a new flagship experience is set to touch down in Taiwan. The Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean smartphone is called the HTC Butterfly S and it’s quite
According to a report by Myce.com, Android 4.3 versions JWR66D and JWR53F have been spotted running on Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices. If you break down the build numbers (JWR66D
Faster, smarter, and more robust than ever before.
Fans of Rockmelt’s past desktop browser and iOS app have been patiently waiting and the day has finally arrived. Rockmelt promised an Android version was on the way and today they
Waterproof and rugged, the phone also features Enhanced Push-to-Talk.