Posts From Scott Webster
HTC today announced that they have started rolling out the Android Honeycomb update to their Flyer tablets. Speaking from their Facebook page, HTC indicated that the first models to receive
Halfbrick announced today that they have partnered with Internet-based merchandise company, ToyFoundry, to debut official plushies for their popular game, Fruit Ninja. Available in time for the holidays, these plush characters are
Japanese carrier KDDI recently announced an ultra-thin, waterproof Android-powered handset, the Fujitsu Arrows ES IS12. Due in January of 2012, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone boasts a 6.7mm thick body
Kodak has launched a new application for Android devices today which allows for users to send documents from their phones and tablets to a KODAK All-in-One Printer using Google
Just a few short months after pulling the plug on the 5-inch phone/tablet hybrid Streak, the company has done the same for the 7-inch model. If you stopped by Dell’s
As one of the first big moves in the post S0ny-Ericsson era, Sony has decided to shelve feature phones in favor of going all in on smartphones. A recent post
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Have you ever wondered what would happen if you mixed the classic board game of Candy Land with the Happy Tree Friends? No? HandyGames, developers of Super Dynamite Fishing and
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