Posts From Scott Webster
Last month we reported that LG was to release a replacement for the original Lucid, and thanks to geek.com, we are happy to announce the LG Lucid 2 will be
Yes, today is April 1st and that means you’re advised to be on alert. There are plenty of opportunities to fool you… or at least attempt to fool you. Google,
AT&T will be the sole provider of the 64GB (internal storage) HTC One, according to a YouTube video posted by the carrier. You’ll notice that there are two mentions of
An unannounced LG D801 smartphone looks to be one of the most powerful devices to date, according to recently uncovered GLBenchmark GPU benchmarking scores. Found to be running Android 4.2.2, the
There is no Facebook phone. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook’s upcoming Android announcement is actually more of a home screen experience and not an actual device. That rumored
U.S. Cellular today announced that it too will offer pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S4 on April 16. Unlike AT&T, however, there is no indication as to what the pricing
Don’t ask a developer, publisher, or investor if Android is a good platform to develop on–they will all give you different answers. During a panel at the Game Developers Conference, PlayJam
If you’re the type who like to read tea leaves, you might be interested in this next one. Andy Rubin may be headed to Facebook, according to someone (Jean-Baptiste Su)
Lately, it has become increasingly harder to find quality, American made items in this country. Cheaper manufacturing prices over-seas means bigger profits for companies at home. With so much production happening outside
Despite Mark Zuckerberg’s insistence to the contrary, the Facebook phone looks to be a done deal. According to details obtained by 9to5google, an HTC handset is being designed with a
Could we see the next-gen Facebook phone or is this just a refreshed Android app?
Take a trip through time and recall some of the dumbest things to happen in Android’s first years.
Google today announced that it won’t actively sue any users, developers, or other companies using code with Google’s patents “unless first attacked.” In other words, Google doesn’t want any trouble but
AT&T today announced that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be available for pre-order starting from April 16. Pricing will be $249.99 with a two year service agreement. Presumably, this is
So you like the idea of Amazon’s X-Ray for TV and Movies but don’t purchase your media through Amazon? No, you’re a Google Play Movies type of person. You’re in