Posts From Scott Webster
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.
OneLouder, one of our favorite Android developers, has today released a brand new version of their SportCaster application. Hitting the Google Play store today, it adds support for the NCAA
Verizon today announced that their 4G LTE network is poised to reach more than 200 markets across the United States. On March 15th, Dothan, Alabama will be but one of
Office Depot has grown their Android tablet lineup by at least one more this week, adding the Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet A1 to the roster. Available online and in stores around the
Bigger is better when it comes to smartphone display according to a recent Strategy Analytics report. When given a number of prototype design models to choose from, the firm found
If you’re a fan of audiobooks (who isn’t?) and happen to own an Android device (who doesn’t?) then you’ll definitely want to check out the Audiobooks.com experience. Rather than offering
Say what you want about how heavy the Motorola XOOM is, or how bulky the tablet feels but I don’t notice at all. Nor do I mind. I’ve been using
Verizon appears to have closed the door on their 3G smartphones plans and instead only wants to focus on next-generation connectivity. A story in the Wall Street Journal today advises
HTC lists both U.S. and international models expecting to be served a dish of delicious Ice Cream Sandwich.
West-coast developers will need to wake up extra early if they want get in on the action.
T-Mobile today announced that they are continuing to expand their 4G network into new markets and speed up data connectivity in others. A blog post from CTO Neville Ray tells us that
The hardware maker doesn’t seem to be in a hurry to deploy 4.0 to a number of smartphones or tablets.
The handset maker announces that Ice Cream Sandwich is being dished to the international versions of the Galaxy S II.
Sony today announced their next Android smartphone, the Xperia Sola, a 3.7-inch slab of sexy headed for international markets over the second quarter of this year. Formerly known by its code