Posts From Scott Webster
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
The top three hardware makers for Android in the United States are HTC, Motorola, and Samsung.
NewPCGadgets, the guys behind the incredibly simple yet handy Smartphone Coasters, recently reached out to us to alert us to their new Kindle Coasters. Looking much like a larger version of
Google today unveiled its latest version of their popular Android application, Google Maps, adding support for inside malls and airports. Now, instead of seeing a generic outline of places such
Pricing and launch details remain to be seen, however we’re optimistic for low-cost alternatives to other Android tablets.
Another Black Friday has come and gone and the buying season is officially in full swing. While we wait to hear just how far the economy has bounced back (or
Motorola today announced that the Bluetooth-connected, Android-powered, Dick Tracy-esque watch that is the MOTOACTV will be on sale in the UK starting December. For a suggest price of £249.99, consumers
How would you like to get yourself one of those new Android-powered Kindle Fire tablets from Amazon? What if we told you we could help you get your hands on
It only took three months but Google Catalogs has finally come to Android tablets. Providing access to more than 400 catalogs from 125+brands such as Sephora, Nordstrom, Eddie Bauer, and