Posts From Scott Webster
Nielsen has released a new set of data which looks at the popularity of Android applications across various age groups. What does the study tell us? Well, for starters, Facebook
Google today announced a faster, more interactive movie search today for mobile browsers running on Android and iOS devices. Now when searching for a movie or theater on Google.com, the
Those of you living in the UK who happen to own an HTC Incredible S or Desire HD are advised to keep an eye out for an update. HTC has
U.S. Cellular just dropped us a line to advise that the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update is now ready for the Galaxy Tab. So, if you’re one of their subscribers, and
Samsung’s latest Galaxy S II ad focuses on Android’s flexibility in download music and movies.
NVIDIA is pretty darn proud of their quad-core Tegra 3 processor, and for good reason. Once you see what the next-gen chipset is capable of you’ll never look at a
Google announces a new app that ties RSS, Reader, public Google+ accounts, and online magazines into one, gorgeous package.
The Android 3.0 app is the first look at a new approach for Twitter and social networking.
What happens when you pair a tower defense style of game play with George Romero’s classic title Night of the Living Dead? You get Night of the Living Dead
The “PlayStation Phone” hits it stride with a full library of games written for the added hardware buttons.
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Cloud-based video games come to a mobile device near you.
Facebook today announced that a new version of the Android application should be hitting the Android Market any moment. There are not any major new features to speak of however