Posts From Scott Webster
Why bother announcing a new model when the current edition is selling faster than ever before?
Aiming to become a top-three brand by 2015, ZTE is about to get real serious, real fast.
AT&T and Samsung today confirmed the existence of the Rugby Smart, officially announcing the smartphone for March 4th. Powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread and protected against water and
With a slew of diverse models announced, LG sets the bar high for other Android makers at the 2012 Mobile World Congress.
The Google Docs application for Android has been updated today, bringing it even more closely in line with its desktop counterpart. Download version 1.0.54 and you’ll find yourself able to
Two of Verizon’s upcoming spring handsets have been leaked online, giving us a pair of new Android smartphones to look forward to seeing. Thanks to the guys at Droid Life we now
Even though LG has been announcing smartphones left and right, they should be sitting one big, bad quad-core Optimus.
LG either doesn’t know how to keep a secret or they are just far too excited over their new smartphones for 2012. Following closely on the heels of the Optimus
The dual-core Android smartphone should arrive some 90 days after its first official announcement.
The head honcho behind Google’s Chrome effort, Sundar Pichai, recently spent a bit of time chatting with CNET about where the browser is now and where it’s going. Rather than
Panasonic, looking to toss their name into various smartphone conversations, has unveiled an ultra-thin, high-end Android handset ahead of Mobile World Congress. Dubbed the Eluga, the hardware puts the device
The first two images of AT&T’s upcoming Samsung Rugby Smart have arrived online, giving us a glimpse into what lies ahead for Ma Ball customers. Uncovered by Pocketnow, the official-looking
The ZTE handset is the first to feature the new low-cost/high-performance chipset from NVIDIA.
B&N shave 8GB storage off the Android-powered tablet and tap it with a $200 price tag.
U.S. Cellular has become the latest carrier to announce the Samsung Galaxy S II as part of their Android lineup. Stopping shy of giving us a specific launch date, we