Posts From Scott Webster
Motorola and Verizon are expected to launch two 4G LTE-ready tablets by year’s end.
Slim, inexpensive, and fully functional, it complements your Android tablet.
Google’s single tap method of payment coming to snack machines in various markets.
Bitdefender, one of the bigger players in the internet security game, has released a new mobile security application for Android. Called Bitdefender Mobile Security, it’s the result of more than
The Sony Ericsson gets yet another exclusive game today as EA Sports brings FIFA 12 to the Xperia PLAY. Using gameplay optimized specifically for the “Playstation Phone”, players can have
One of Lookout’s principal engineers, Tim Wyatt, took to the company’s blog to weigh in on the situation surround Carrier IQ and the logging of keystrokes. According to Wyatt, Lookout
We’re still a few hours away from LG’s New York event this evening where we expect to see an official unveiling of the new Nitro HD for AT&T. Featuring a
Inertia: Escape Velocity Crash Lands onto the App Store and Android Market Today Challenging and Unique Anti-Gravity Platformer Promises Console Experience on Touch Devices Hermes’ ship has crashed in a
Designed for players of all ages, new Android game arrives on December 15th.
We just got word from Samsung advising that a white version of their AT&T Galaxy S II Skyrocket will be available on December 4th. The internals remain the exact same
Verbatim, no stranger to the tech industry, has rolled out a new Bluetooth keyboard this week with an attractive price tag and a pair of color choices. If you’re looking
We learned of a new RSS reader for Android devices today which provides a clean, intuitive way of keeping up to date with news as it happens. Called Unfold News
Gameloft has just dropped us a note, advising that they have released a free, ad-supported version of UNO into the Android Market. It appears to be the exact same experience
LG and Box today announced a partnership which will see the handset maker giving their Android consumers 50GB of free cloud-based storage. Those who own an LG Android device are