Posts From Scott Webster
It’s time to trumpet the arrival of yet another comScore survey. Their latest report is out and we’ve learned that there are now nearly 70 million smart phone users in
We just got word from one of our super secret sources* (Hi Benji!) who tipped us off to a new build for your rooted handsets. It’s called TehDuckUberDistro and it
Folks who use MozyHome for their online file backups should be on the lookout for the official Mozy application for Android. Announced today for iOS devices, a version for our
The cross-platform gaming platform that is OpenFeint continues to swell with the addition of 14 new and notable Android apps. As of today there are now 315 games that take
A RadioShack tweet from yesterday has tipped the launch date for the upcoming Sidekick 4G from T-Mobile and Samsung. Expected to land in the coming weeks, we can now look
I purposely put off writing my review of the Motorola XOOM for a couple of reasons. Partially because we already have a perspective from another AndroidGuys writer, but also because
We just received a tip from one of our readers who was poking around the official Android Market Help guide earlier today. In there, they noticed a little blurb about
An analyst at BTIG Research is suggesting that Verizon’s top selling handset is the new HTC Thunderbolt, not the iPhone 4. Walter Piecyk and his team called roughly 150 different
U.S. Cellular’s Android roster grows by one tomorrow as they roll out the Samsung Gem. Starting April 1st, customers can pick up the Android 2.2-powered handset for only $29.99 after an $80 mail-in rebate. Hardware includes a 3.2-inch touch screen with advanced anti-scratch, a 3.2-megapixel camera, 4GM microSD card, and 1500mAh battery.
Google is taking steps to ensure that fragmentation and “willy-nilly” customization doesn’t slow the growth and success of Android. According to roughly twelve executives spread across various players in the
Those of you in the market to buy a house or rent an apartment should check out the new Trulia app for Android. New to the Android Market this week,
One of the bigger news stories for Android this week is the new Amazon Cloud service and mobile application. Offering 5GB of free cloud-based storage for your music, pictures, and documents is terrific, right? Amazon is surely breaking new ground right? Well, actually there is another option that has been around for nearly a year now and it’s becoming quite popular. With over 1.2 million downloads to date, mSpot’s cloud-based service has done well for itself, providing a similar, if not more expanded, music experience.
More than a year after we first saw SPB demonstrate their Mobile Shell 5.0 for Android, we finally get to download it on our phones. Renamed SPB Shell 3D, it looks
FuzeBox, a company who specializes in mobile collaboration, has released a significant update to their Fuze Meeting. With this release, Android 2.2+ smart phones and 3.0 tablets can become virtual
After an agonizingly long wait, Tapulous brings Tap Tap Revenge 4 to Android. Download the game for free and start taking advantage of the new in-app purchase system. Get your Lady Gaga or Katy Perry fix today!