Posts From Scott Webster
With this announcement there are now three white editions of the popular Galaxy S II series in the United States.
Android 4.0 has started to make a dent in the platform versions chart, but Gingerbread leads all.
Distimo has a new blog post this week which provides a handful of interesting Android figures, most notably the total number of applications in the Android Market. According to their
Velocity Micro, makers of the Cruz tablet line, is ready to pull the curtain back on a pair of new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwiches at CES next week. The
Samsung isn’t wasting much time in getting the year off and running, today announcing a new addition to their Android lineup. Expected to arrive in Russia later this month, the
INQ Mobile, after a less-than-stellar year, has decided to shelve the upcoming and unofficial Facebook phone, the Cloud Q. The handset which made its debut all the way back in
The carrier kicks off the new year with a return to one of their more popular sales.
Did you find a Kindle Fire waiting for you under the tree this year? No? Maybe it was in your stocking? Either way, you’ll be happy to learn that USA
Sega today announced that another chapter in the popular Sonic series is set to arrive on Android devices in 2012. Without providing a specific date or time frame, Sega indicates
Who doesn’t love to play the classic “snakes” style of game on the desktop, smartphone, or tablet? From as far back as we can recall, we’ve been hooked on the
One of our favorite developers has released another pair of free applications on Android.
U.S. Cellular today announced that their next Android smartphone, the Huawei Ascend II, will be available online next week. Also expected to hit their retail stores in early January, details
Samsung today announced a pair of dual-SIM Android handsets for Russia, Europe, and additional markets. Expected to launch in January, the Galaxy Y Duos and Galaxy Y Pro Duos, offer
The details are starting to fall into place for one of Sony Ericsson’s next U.S.-bound Android smartphones, the LT28at. A listing on the Bluetooth SIG website has shed some new