Posts From Scott Webster
According to research firm Gartner, Android captured 50.9 percent of all smartphone sales in the fourth quarter of 2011. Pulling just over half of all sales in the final three
As much as I love Google Voice and the ability to use one account across multiple smartphones, I can’t help but imagine a better scenario. Since I spend most of
If you thought that HTC’s partnership with Beats Audio stopped with software enhancements and fancy headphones then you’d be wrong. No, the two players are expected to take things further
Is Samsung going to marry the Galaxy Note technology with their popular tablet?
How does a quad-core HTC device with Playstation games sound to you?
Motorola appears primed to announce an Android 4.0 smartphone with Intel’s Medfield chipset.
BitDefender, in keeping with the Valentine’s Day spirit, has released a new virus protection that could save your (love) life. Called Relationship Scanner, it’s a free service that checks and
Disney proves to us that Angry Birds is not the only game that gets seasonal love.
Google just took to their official blog to announce that the European Commission has approved the Motorola acquisition. This doesn’t exactly clear the entire deal across the board as there
Why bother waiting until your two year service agreement is up just to get that discounted handset when Sprint will let you do it now? According to SprintFeed, the Now
The Google TV experience is expected to improve in short order as a new update rolls out to the service over the next few days. According to the Google TV
A leaked RUU file for the upcoming HTC Endeavor has confirmed all the pretty little details that we’ve come to expect out of HTC’s upcoming handset. Landing online this past
Samsung follows up their first-ever Android tablet with an Ice Cream Sandwich experience.
The 3rd wave of the popular vinyl figures will include a Nexus-inspired design as well two other Google creations.
Looking for something unique and fun for that Android lover in your life? Treat them (or yourself) to one of Sega’s popular Android titles. On second thought, why don’t you