Posts From Scott Webster
Confirming what has been widely expected, the 10.1-inch tablet will run $600 with a contract, $800 without.
HandyGames has released this 30 level puzzle game into the Android Market today and it runs on nearly all handsets. Arm yourself with the four pigs of doom and collect those coins!
The Motorola Atrix 4G is perhaps the best phone that AT&T could turn to in the dawn of the post-iPhone exclusive era. Grab yours starting today, February 22nd.
Full of hype and scare tactics, Verizon’s XOOM ad lands online. Are you brave enough to grab hold of one?
The “little carrier that could” is offering a handful of great deals to lure new customers as well as renew existing clients.
Sony is rumored to be working on at least two Android tablets for release later this year. One is your standard 9.4-inch fare while the other features two 5.5-inch screens in a clamshell form factor.
Verizon’s latest ad hits the internet with a guy prepping for the arrival of the 4G LTE device. Using his best Doc Brown science, he harnesses the power of a lightning bolt.
What does Sprint have up their sleeve for later this week? Are they teasing us with another Android announcement ahead of next month’s CTIA show?
NEC steps up to claim the title for world’s thinnest Android smart phone, taking the thunder from Sony Ericsson (Xperia Arc) and Samsung (Galaxy S II)
We’re not sure how long these domains have been around but we are watching them now. How soon until we see books, music, and movies integrated into the Android Market?
TeleNav collected anonymous data on Valentine’s Day to see exactly what users were looking for and where they were headed. We know what was on your mind.
Twitter has handed down a few suspensions today for some Android twitter clients. Thanks to violations of policies, users are being forced to look elsewhere.
Whispers of the Android Market allowing purchases within applications have been circulating for quite some time, even in official circles. Giving developers a way to further make money off of
After eclipsing Symbian, iOS, and RIM, Android shows no sign of letting up. Where will it stop? One expert believes that number is somewhere around 80 percent.