Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon is expected to bring back their popular double data promo this weekend, giving consumers more 4G LTE bang for their buck. Much like the previous go ’round, the plan
The thinnest and most powerful QWERTY 4G phone arrives in but a few days.
According to new data out of the NPD Group, nearly 3 out of every 5 new smartphone buyers are picking up Android devices. The information collected over the fourth quarter
After months of waiting, the popular photo filter app may be ready to come to Android.
How many of you picked up one of those sweet Android shirts or posters called “Andy Versus” last year? At the time, Apple was putting together its first major offensive
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Let’s kick the week off with a couple of new Samsung Galaxy S III rumors, shall we? The latest details to hit the internet come from Korean website etnews (translate)
Startup mobile app monitoring firm Crittercism has released a new report which is bound to get people talking about Apple vs. Android all over again. As if the fanboys ever
Listen up foodies, there’s a new app in town. Okay, so it’s a new release of an already popular application. Foodspotting 3.0 landed in the Android Market this week, bringing
Sony Ericsson today announced that they have partnered with Australia’s surfing and sports clothing brand Billabong. Why? Because they can. That, and because they want to expand the reach of
A new Samsung ROM based on Android 4.0.3 has been found and when we say new, it’s pretty current stuff. Dated just a few days ago (January 29), it’s said
Dropbox has released a new beta version of their immensely popular backup/cloud-storage solution this week, tossing in a few goodies along the way. New in the v2.0.9 release is the
Google puts to bed any doubts that they don’t police the Android Market.
Spacetime Studios has begun teasing the next release in their popular Legends series of MMO games for Android. Expected to arrive in March at the annual Game Developers Summit, Dark
Rhapsody has today released a full-featured and tablet-optimized version of their Android application. Designed with tablets sized 9inches or larger and running Honeycomb (3.0+), the app features a magazine-like layout