Posts From Scott Webster
Google is in the process of developing an Android-based gaming console, reports the Wall Street Journal. Presumably tied to the Google Play Games announced at Google I/O, the console is said
Install the yet-announced version of Android on the standard Samsung Galaxy S4.
Now in its fourth year, the annual event promises to be bigger and better than ever before!
The new Android 4.3 Jelly Bean build has been spotted on a Samsung Galaxy S4 and looks to be fully functioning on both the standard model as well as the
Facebook announced on Thursday that a new Beta Testers program has opened up for any and all Android users. If you’re the type of person who likes to get involved
Google this week announced new features for Google Apps for Business, Government, and Education which provide admins with additional tools in the “bring your own device” (BYOD) environment. Available immediately,
Verizon announced this week that the carrier now has 500 markets across the United States which offer 4G LTE speeds. Parkersburg, W.Va., became the lucky city to see the monumental
A newly updated version of the Google Search app for Android sees the introduction of two new Google Now cards. Those of you with Jelly Bean versions of Android will
According to recent rumors, Google and Motorola may have a brand new device in the works. The mystery device has been code-named the DVX, which is slated to follow the
Rumors have been flying about the rumored Motorola X, and as the possible August unveiling is fast approaching, we have a little more information on this mysterious device. So far,
Image sharing and browsing just got a whole lot better.. or at least a whole lot more mobile. Imgur, the popular image hosting and sharing service that Redditors and
According to an unofficial Google blog, Google is preparing a new service called Google Mine. It looks to be integrated with Google+ and offers a way to keep track of the
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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