Posts From Scott Webster
Earlier this week, Proxama unveiled their MasterCard NFC mobile payment reference kit to help companies better understand the technology behind NFC payments. Shown off at the Cartes convention in Paris,
Without a doubt, the hottest (pun!) new tablet on the scene right now is the Amazon Kindle Fire. At $200 it stands to reason that this device may become the
Pogoplug announced their latest creation this week, Pogoplug Cloud, a service that lets mobile users store content online much like Apple does with their iCloud. Available immediately, users can sign
Toshiba has begun issuing another software update for their Thrive tablet today, keeping the 10.1-inch tablet on pace with its competitors. Available immediately, Android 3.2 update also enables an improved
Gameloft recently announced one of their next Android endeavors, Dungeon Hunter III, although they are pretty tight-lipped about pricing and launch date. First shown off in the latest edition of
The carrier announces a one-day sale with incredible up-front savings.
With more than 60 million Android handsets sold in Q3, Android has doubled its market share over 2010.
The Sears ad for Black Fridayhas arrived online and it feature a trio of tablet related deals. Leading the way, the 10.1-inch Archos 101 tablet is on sale for
With a savings of $150 off its normal price, the Lenovo tablet will be tough to pass up.
Sprint has done it again, releasing a YouTube video for a yet-to-be-announced Android smartphone. This time we’re treated to an early look at the Sprint Express, a low-cost Gingerbread (2.3)
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Two of Sony Ericsson’s more recent Android smartphones are available direct from Sony.
Six applications designed for creative types are now available for Honeycomb tablets
Amazon’s popular iPhone application, Price Check by Amazon, is now available for Android devices running 2.0 and above. Similar to other comparison shopping applications, Amazon’s utility lets users scan barcodes,
Timed with the release of the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, Netflix has formally unveiled the new look of their Android application. Dropping in the Android Market last week, this