Posts From Scott Webster
Buying a popular mobile app for $210 million isn’t cool. Know what is cool? Buying one for $1 billion.
While we’re waiting for Samsung to announce their follow-up to the Galaxy S II smartphone, competitors are scrambling to create something even better. Such is the case with LG who
A few months in, HTC realizes that people aren’t thinking about headphones with their handset purchases.
The oft-rumored Nexus tablet has reportedly been delayed by a month or two as Google and Asus apply some last-minutes tweaks. The guys at The Verge are indicating that Google
It sounds like you guys and gals were anxious to get your hands on Imangi Studios’ hit app, Temple Run. After crossing more than 0ne million downloads within the first
Is Ma Bell next in line to offer the Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Nexus? Sure sounds like it.
We’ve gathered up five movie apps for Android smartphones and tablets which should appease your inner movie geek.
Six months after its debut, Android 4.0 arrives for Sprint’s “Pure Google” experience smartphone, the Nexus S 4G.
Let’s be honest – Android is not untouchable and companies have made mistakes. What’s the worst yet?
The email indicates that the arrival date has been changed, but from when?
Placing the blame on HTC’s shoulders, the carrier indicates the 4.0 ROM does not meet standards.
Expected to go live at some time in April, Google Drive should give all users 5GB of storage with in-app editing capabilities.
The Amazon Appstore application for Android has been updated to version 2.3 today, bringing along a few handy improvements. The version release notes tell us that users will have added
A set of newly-leaked images have landed online today, giving us a clear look at a handset headed for Sprint and Virgin Mobile. Called the LG Optimus Elite, the specifications