Posts From Scott Webster
Sprint today announced that the LG Viper will make its arrival in stores around the country on Sunday, April 22. As one of the carrier’s first 4G LTE smartphones, the
UPDATE: Pricing and specs are final, find the press release below! The pricing and launch details for Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 2 series of tablets have emerged and thinks appear to
Can the $150 tablet attract average consumers looking for an Android 4.0 experience? Will they even know about it?
Initially unveiled back in January, the premium headsets are now shipping in the United States.
Accessorize and enhance your Android experience with the $149 Sony SmartWatch.
Not only will save more than half on the terrific app but you’ll be helping a great cause in the process!
Springpad, the free note-taking/task with more than 3 million downloads, has been refreshed with a brand-new social experience. In addition to offering up synchronized lists, recispes, pictures, and notes, Springpad
It has been better part of a year since Google announced its intent to acquire Motorola Mobility for $12.5 billion. While we’re still waiting for various governmental departments to officially
We expect to see a price and launch date announced for T-Mobile’s next big Android smartphone.
According to research firm Gartner, tablet sales will nearly double (98 percent increase) in 2012, largely on the backs of Apple’s iPad. Forecasted to reach 118 million sales this
Adobe today announced a significant update to its Adobe Reader app for Android devices which includes the ability to sign documents from a mobile device. The eSignature feature makes it a breeze to sign,
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are working together to create a national registry of stolen smartphones.
T-Mobile customers can choose from six tones of animated sounds, including wolf howl, train whistle, and the T-Mobile jingle.
Toshiba gives consumers two completely different experiences with 7.7-inch and 13-inch tablet offerings.
Amazon has today announced that in-app purchases are now enabled for apps and games in the Amazon Appstore. If you’re a developer looking to monetize your title, Amazon’s new service