Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon announced their next Android-powered smartphone today, putting the Samsung Illusion on sale beginning tomorrow, November 23rd. Details for the Android 2.3-powered handset include a 1GHz Hummingbird processor, a 3-megapixel
The newest Mobile Mix report is out, giving us a decent look at the mobile landscape through October 2011. There’s not a ton new this time around however we figured
Sony is hosting a live Q&A session later this week, at 3:00PM GMT on Wednesday November 23rd where they will chatting up their new tablets. Join Sony’s tablet expert Omar
Samsung, ready to keep pace with players like Qualcomm and NVIDIA, has been quietly working on their own quad-core processor. Rumored to make its debut in the first few months
We received an email this morning from DotEmu advising that the arcade classic R-Type for Android has been optimized to work with the Zeemote Bluetooth controller. The four buttons and
Thanks to the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet, high-powered Android tablets should see drastic price cuts in the coming months.
Amazon has just thrown down the gauntlet – announcing that all smartphones from Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T will cost one penny this week. Starting today and running through next Monday,
Today shopkick announced a new partnership with Visa as well as the debut of Buy & Collect, both designed to help users earn more rewards. Shoppers can now earn more
The first official Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade application has landed in the Android Market today just days before the annual event. Available as a free download for phones running
MetroPCS today announced that they will be offering their first HTC handset later this week in the form of the Wildfire S. Expected online and at Metro PCS locations around
McAfee has issued a new report today which paints Android as the primary target for new mobile malware. With growth of 37 percent quarter over quarter, nearly every bit of
Sprint has just released a set of five new commercials, each only fifteen seconds long. Centered around the same “Warning” theme, they essentially tout the same service – unlimited data.
One of our favorite childhood board games has finally arrived on Android as EA debuts The Game of Life. Available for Android 2.0+ devices, we were a bit saddened
Sprint today announced that the rumored $19.99 Express handset is officially part of their Android lineup. Available as an internet-only model (no retail presence), the ultra-low-cost phone runs Android
SugarSync and SanDisk have banded together to help Android users better manage their files across both handsets and the cloud. If you’re looking for an efficient way to organize your