Posts From Scott Webster
Multiple HTC handsets were found to have a WiFi exploit however a fix has been rolling out over last few months.
Designed with 9-inch and 10-inch tablets in mind, the new app works well for Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich.
A new report conducted by Match.com tells us that we Android users are a bunch of horn dogs who love to put out. According to their findings, 62-percent of those
The handset maker has confirmed that the next flagship model will be getting its own announcement later in the year.
We’ve got conflicting reports as to when Samsung will announce the Galaxy S III. We’ve also got some rumors over some plans for later in the year.
Malicious or not, this is going to ruffle a few feathers.
A New York Times article from late last week tells us that Barnes & Noble is putting the final touches on yet another Nook product. Expected to for Spring 2012,
Heavily discounted handset include more than a dozen penny smartphones!
If you find yourself with ten minutes to spare and have a hankering for some “found footage” sci-fi, then you’ll want to to check out the video below. Called The
Safely, the digital parenting arm of Location Labs, today announced that they’ve powered more than one billion family location checks since its debut. Spread across millions of phone on AT&T,
The company’s first Super Bowl ad in 71 years of history will air in the fourth quarter.
New details have emerged which confirm that Verizon is getting closer to announcing shared data plans. You know what we’re talking about here – a bucket of data that can
Is Samsung going to tweak the Galaxy Nexus for Sprint, and possibly other carriers? If recent benchmarks are to be believed then yes, that’s exactly what they’re going to do.
T-Mobile has started clearing their shelves in an attempt to make room for new smartphones and tablets. As you know it’s a new year and we’re expecting a host of