Posts From Scott Webster
Yet another alleged render of the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone has landed online and boy does it look like the real deal. The image you see here was uploaded
Will the handset codenamed Jet arrive as a successor to the EVO 4G?
Samsung’s much-anticipated Galaxy S III may be the first smartphone to have LTE connectivity built directly into the processor, according to new reports. Korea Times is advising that Samsung
A new Motorola handset found its way onto the internet yesterday and reports peg this unannounced smartphone as the Droid Fighter. Expected to hit Verizon in mid-April, the device looks
We’re going to go out on a limb and assume that most of you readers already own at least one Android device. Be it a smartphone, tablet, or both, we’re
Our interest is piqued with names like Galaxy Thunder, Galaxy Accelerate, and Galaxy Express.
New details have emerged for the ‘is-it-real-or-not’ Nexus tablet which add weight to the argument that it’s actually happening. According to a “senior employee at a supply chain company” the
Basketball and football (soccer) fans brace yourself, EA Sports has hit us with a 1-2 punch this week, releasing FIFA 12 and NBA Jam in the Google Play Store. While
A source close to Engadget confirms that Ice Cream Sandwich is ready to head out the door.
The CW Network today announced that they’ve released an Android application for smartphone and tablets. Offering free streams of entire episodes, it brings shows like The Vampire Diaries, Gossip Girl, America’s
The official TED Talks application recently arrived in the Google Play store, giving users an easy way to catch their favorite speeches and ideas. Available for free on both smartphone
One year and 31,000 titles later, Amazon has become one of the trusted sources for Android apps and games.
With a super-thin design, low price, and keyboard dock, Archos is ready to be taken seriously.
The official Google Earth application was updated today and it’s quite a fun one to play with. If you have not tried out Google Earth on your Android yet be
A new application recently landed in the Google Play store which lets users scan billboards, 2D/QR barcodes, or snap pictures to learn more about movies and shows by Fox.