Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon announced a new Android 2.3-powered handset today, tapping the LG Enlighten with a $79.99 price tag and a September 29th launch date. Features for the entry level device include
Maybe it’s the child in me but I’m a real sucker for splashy games with colorful graphics and simple premise. I love to come across titles that combine easy-to-learn gameplay
Adobe announced early this morning that they will be releasing new Flash Player and AIR utilities next month which will let developers combine HTML5, Flash, and other code. Due in
The number of Android devices officially supported by Hulu Plus has grown by nine today as the streaming service tells us on their blog. The newest members of the “select”
SugarSync announced an update to their Android application today which sees our favorite mobile platform adding new features. Chief among the improvements is Mobile Device Management for Android, a dead
HTC, wasting no time whatsoever, has released a number of YouTube videos which tell the story of the HTC Rhyme. Starting with your basic “How did we come up with
I recently had the pleasure of putting together a post for Amazon Wireless where the subject was entirely up to me. Given that I had just finished traveling a couple
Verizon has officially announced the HTC Rhyme today, an Android smart phone which obviously caters to the female crowd. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, the phone previously known as the Bliss,
After spending more than one year of battling back and forth, Google and Oracle are in court, attempting to smooth things out. A quick primer – Oracle has accused Google
McAfee today shared its vision for securing mobile devices in corporate environments. The three-pronged approach for protecting mobile devices, mobile data, and mobile applications, is designed to help businesses and consumers manage their devices securely, as the threat environment quickly evolves.
As expected, Google Wallet has begun its nationwide rollout today, expanding to all Nexus S 4G (Sprint) phones. As most of you know, the Wallet service lets users pay for
Dell released an official mobile application in late August which extends the shopping and customer service experience to Android devices. Features in the free app include the ability to shop
The official Android Developers blog has given us our first glimpse into how Android apps will operate when scaled across both phone and tablet displays and running Ice Cream Sandwich.
Late last night and early this morning, the Android community was teased with a Twitter poem by one @tfleming223. The subject matter? The Nexus Prime’s hardware details (LTE, world-roaming) and