Posts From Scott Webster
The latest stats from ComScore are out and, as one might expect, Android has continued to grow its lead over other mobile platforms. Increasing by nearly 5 points (4.6) over
Word on the street this morning is that Amazon is set to introduce a third model in their Android-based tablet line in the new year. Expected to arrive before the
As expected, Barnes & Noble unveiled the latest member of their NOOK family today in the form of the NOOK Tablet. Grabbing the baton passed off by the NOOK Color,
The carrier begins advertising the 4G LTE network speeds.
Retro gaming fans can purchase 25 separate game packs for $0.99 each or buy all 100 games for a discounted price of $9.99.
A leaked picture of a retail box for a Motorola “Corvair” has surfaced, indicating the company is prepping a small tablet/ TV controller. Likely to be tied with Google TV,
We’re at that point in the year where we begin to see the first details and rumors surface for products that won’t likely debut until early 2012. As we head
As expected, the newest devices get the 4.0 update first.
Today is the 4 year anniversary of the announcement of Android, the Open Handset Alliance, and AndroidGuys.
Our big list of what is, and isn’t, happening in the world of Android 4.0
Getting closer to the upcoming launch of Gangstar Rio: City of Saints for Android, Gameloft today released the trailer below which highlights some of the official gameplay. GR:CoS marks the third and final
If you’re a member of the beta group for Swiftkey then you likely already know this next bit of news – a new version of Swiftkey X is out and
Amazon has dropped the price of the Droid Bionic this week, putting it at a too-tough-to-resist price of $119.99 with a two year agreement. At less than half its debut
Boost Mobile has dropped the price of their most recent Android handset, the ZTE Warp, shaving $50 off the no-contract cost. Now available for $199.99, the Gingerbread-powered phone features 1