Posts From Scott Webster
With CES in the rear view mirror and Mobile World Congress fast approaching, we’re in that time frame where unannounced devices are being leaked. The next few months should give
T-Mobile on Thursday introduced a new set of option for customers looking for just the most basic of prepaid service. Dubbed “Simply Prepaid”, the trio of rate plans offer unlimited talk, text,
Google on Wednesday announced a new version of its Translate app for Android and iOS. Rolling out over the next few days, the app brings about some handy real-time translation
Cricket Wireless is throwing a “closeout” sale on select smartphones, including a number of Android devices. Sold with VISA promotion cards, these 3G and 4G models can be had through January 29 at Cricket stores.
As promised, HTC is ready to deliver its Android 5.0 update in a very timely manner. A tweet today from VP of product management Mo Versi tells us that the unlocked and
Just a quick note for those of you who were considering picking up the HTC Nexus 9. You can now pick the latest Google tablet up in a new color
Need to get your butt in gear in this new year? If part of your resolution involves getting more organized, and we’re betting it does to a degree, there’s a great bundle
Polaroid last week announced its upcoming budget-friendly “L” line of tablets set for launch this spring. Slated to sell in 7-inch (L7) and 10-inch (L10) sizes, the duo run Android
The LG G Flex 2 could come in with a more affordable price point than its predecessor, or so it might appear. According to a listing on Amazon.de, the new
Samsung could soon introduce a new line of devices, says oft-reliable SamMobile. The SM-J100 “Galaxy J1” figures to be the first of what we presume to be a series of low-cost
Samsung on Monday introduced its Galaxy A7, the largest of now three A Series smartphones. Featuring a 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED display, the handset will be sold in two variants: one with a
BLU Products this week announced a number of new Android smartphone, some launching later this month. With prices that range from $90-$200, you’ll find new stuff such as the VIVO
Cricket and ZTE on Monday kicked off their respective CES efforts by announcing the upcoming availability of the 6-inch Grand X Max+. Set to arrive on Friday, January 9, the
U.S. Cellular on Monday announced the upcoming availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. Arriving on Wednesday, January 7, the unique device will carry a $400 price tag with two-year
LG got its 2015 CES event underway a few moments ago, announcing new TV’s, appliances, and more. But, that’s not what you’re here for; you care about its Android endeavors.