Posts From Scott Webster
The Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY finally makes its way to the United States later this month as Verizon confirmed a May 26 launch date. Announced in a press release today,
Try as they might, it’s not a secret that Amazon is working on an Android-based tablet of their own. In fact, the latest word on the street is that they
The phrase “when it rains, it pours” comes to mind today as we try to keep up with a host of HTC and AT&T rumors coming out of the 911Sniper
When we learned back in January that AT&T was committed to more than twelve Android devices this year, we were skeptical. With a track record of Android that included the
Last week, as we were in the middle of Google IO, Pocketnow stumbled across an unannounced HTC device called the Puccini. According to their information, this new 10-inch Android tablet
Samsung unveiled a new one-stop-shop for Android developers today, cutting the virtual ribbon on their Android Developer Forum. The aim here is to provide developers with all the necessary tools
You’ve probably noticed that we don’t do very many unboxings of Android phones here at AndroidGuys. Why? Because they are pretty much all the same – Open box, pull out
Just a few weeks back, Barnes & Noble’s NOOK Color picked up a software update that added support for games and applications, turning the eReader into a tablet of sorts.
Samsung announced today that their popular Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab (and GALAXY Ace/Gio/Fit/mini) devices will see Android 2.3 Gingerbread in the middle of May (now) for UK and Nordic countries.
PopCap Games has a pair of hotly anticipated games arriving on Android this month, starting as early as tomorrow, May 17th. The word is officially out that Chuzzle will be
Much like they did last year for their Galaxy S, Samsung has even bigger world domination-like plans for the Galaxy S II this summer. Hitting more than 140 carriers around
Verizon is shooting out emails today to let everyone know that their next Android handset, the Droid Charge, goes on sale tonight at midnight. So hurry up and scrape together
Released barely a month ago, SPB Mobile Shell has already tallied more than 50,000 downloads and a ton of positive reviews. Although we initially balked at the $14.99 price tag, we’ve since
Samsung and their partner, Nouvoyance, have announced a new 10.1-inch display for tablets which takes advantage of PenTile technology. You’re probably asking what that means, so we’ll break it down. Potentially,
Is Amazon working on an Android tablet? You bet. Are they ready to admit it publicly? Not yet. Consumer Reports recently spent some time chatting up founder and CEO, Jeff