Posts From Scott Webster
The developers look at more than 8 million scans to determine the top gifts of 2011.
Evernote today announced that they have exceeded three million downloads of their Skitch application for Android devices. At a rate of one download per 1.5 seconds, it’s safe to say
Just a quick note to let you guys know that the various iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S II are on sale over at Amazon Wireless. Depending on which carrier
The 7-inch variation of the Toshiba Thrive has gone on sale this week, giving U.S. consumers yet another option in portable Honeycomb experiences. Available in either 16GB ($379) or 32GB
We’re getting our first look at the successor to the LG Revolution thanks to leaked renders which surfaced over on PocketNow. Details for the 4G LTE ‘Spectrum’ handset look promising
Amazon hears the initial complaints for their Kindle Fire and look to address some of them with an update.
Samsung announced over the weekend that they have shipped more than 300 million handsets worldwide in 2011 with a month left to go. Easily besting last year’s 280 million figure,
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.