Posts From Scott Webster
Late last week we reported that Logitech would be dropping the price of their Google TV device, the Revue. We learned that the unit would be hitting the very attractive
You can’t say you didn’t see this one coming. AT&T has confirmed their plans to throttle data speeds for their heaviest users come October 1st. The good news here is
Face it – at some point in your life, you are going to have to prepare a meal for yourself. Maybe your wife will be out of town or your
Google has announced a new search experience today which will impact Android 3.1+ tablets and Apple’s iPad. Expected to roll out over the coming days, a new Google.com experience will
If you haven’t used Gmail on your phone yet today (really!?) then you may wanna take a quick peek at the application. Last night saw Google rolling out a new
Motorola said yesterday that it forecasts between 1.3 million to 1.5 million tablets sales for the course of 2011, with numbers continuing to taper in the face of stronger competition.
Just as we finished up our post on Samsung trademarks which may (or may not) ultimately be Android-related, we came across a few HTC trademarks as well. Pocketnow has compiled
It’s no secret that we love to dig around the US Patents and Trademarks website, hoping to find a nugget of potential Android-related news. It’s here where we often find
Ever get the urge to break out a mace or an axe to take on a seemingly endless bunch of monsters? Maybe you get the itch to summon ice ,
Yahoo! has dropped another app into the Android Market today with the release of the television-centric IntoNow. Ever walk into someone’s living room and wonder what show they were watching?
If you’ve been waiting to buy an Android tablet because you simply have to have 4G LTE support, then today is your day. Verizon’s 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 can
A white variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II has been spotted online for customers living in the UK. MobileFun, a British online retail outlet, is offering the device up
A new post on Nielsen’s official blog breaks down mobile operating systems and the various handset makers and their respective shares. At 39 percent, Android accounts for the largest share
Logitech has announced their first quarterly results for the fiscal year 2012, posting an operating loss of $34 million. Why so rough? Largely because of poor sales of Google TV
With Verizon having done away with unlimited data plans and Sprint toeing the waters, consumers are being forced to keep a close eye on their cell phone bills in way