Posts From Scott Webster
When you spend as much time as we do looking at the horizon, it’s easy to lose sight of things right in front of you. As great as it is to talk about the next hot phone or tablet, we know a vast majority of you already have a device and plan to stick with it for quite a while. So, instead of making you angry with rumors of the next killer handset, we’d rather help you get the most of the one that is on your desk right now. With that, we’re starting off a new series called Developers We Love. These are the guys you should be looking first for great apps and games to take advantage of your Android devices.
This time we focus on LevelUp Studio.
Spactime Studios has shifted its attention to Android as a primary interest, largely due to the fact that the company is making oodles of cash from the platform.
The Samsung handset running a Pure Google experience is headed north of the border where it will find a home with every wireless provider.
Bizzy recommends new places to eat, shop, and play based on ratings compiled by you and like-minded users!
If you plan on being at SXSW later this week, you’ll want to take the official companion application with you!
The 10-inch tablet features both Windows and Android environments, but carries a terribly high price tag.
The internet-based platform is coming to Android, bringing it’s open-source approach to your favorite open-sourced handsets.
Google rolls out another feature to their mobile search page today with Instant Previews. Much like its desktop counterpart, it lets users see what they are about to click on… or avoid.
Rovio is set to follow the Valentine’s Day edition of Angry Birds Seasons with a St. Patrick’s Day theme.
First surfacing a few days ago, rumors of an HTC tablet from Sprint are getting unofficially confirmed. Recent trademark filings indicate a 4G-capable tablet is on the way, with a CTIA announcement widely expected.
Small business owners and entrepreneurs alike will enjoy the free Android application that hits the Market today.
In just a little over two years, Android has leapfrogged every other mobile OS. Our favorite platform is now the most popular smart phone OS in the United States.
Motorola’s stance is that they will try to get the 4G LTE update working on rooted tablets, but are not making promises.
Ten months after getting our first taste of Google Music, the service is found to be working on rooted Android devices. Could the official announcement be far off?