Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon isn’t the only carrier on the verge of releasing an Android-powered sliding QWERTY from Samsung. Boy Genius Report has been passed a render of a rather sharp looking handset
We just received a press release on behalf of the GSMA advising that the annual Mobile World Congress event ain’t leaving town anytime soon. In fact, after an 18 month
LG made have taken a little bit longer than most handset makers to get going with their Android devices, but things have been moving along nicely since late last year.
Think back to roughly a year and a half ago when the big stink in mobile was over how Apple refused to support Adobe Flash. Remember hearing from people on
Boost Mobile looks to be getting a new Android handset out of Samsung in the form of the slidng QWERTY SPH-M930. The chaps at Pocketnow have scored the first clear
Word on the street is that Motorola is tweaking the design and internal specifications of The Defy, a T-Mobile handset released in late 2010. One such rumored change pertains to
How do you follow up one of the most popular slashing games on Android? You set it free. That’s essentially what Halfbrick Studios has done today as they released a
Not to be outdone by AT&T and the announcement of their Nexus S, T-Mobile has just made it known that they have a new phone coming soon, too. Come August
AT&T just helped themselves to a pretty nice second quarter, thanks, in part, to a growing Android lineup. How nice? Well, Ma Bell is reporting quarterly (Q2’11) revenue of $31.5
Samsung and Best Buy Mobile have announced today that the Pure Google phone that is the Nexus S will soon be available for AT&T customers, in an exclusive retail offering.
Extra Live announced today that the official Tour de France 2011 game has arrived (last week) on Android, just in time for the final stages of its real world counterpart.
WildTangent, gearing up for their Android-based game service, just shot us an email with details on some of the more notable participating developers. Expected to launch with T-Mobile later this
T-Mobile USA announced new ‘Value’ rate plans today, giving customers even more options to choose from. Taking effect this Sunday, July 24th, the plans will be available in single-line and
Netflix has quietly grown the number of officially supported Android devices this week, hitting two dozen products. The makeup is most certainly lopsided at twenty-three handsets and one tablet –
Digitimes is reporting today that HTC, Samsung, and LG are all working on handsets capable of supporting 4G HSPA+ network at speeds of up to 42Mbps. HTC is expected to