Posts From Scott Webster
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?
In case you missed it, last week there was a rather big stink in the Android Market where a handful of application were found to be malicious. Google swept into
Austin-based Gowalla gets a big update ahead of this year’s SXSW festival. From a revamped UI to integration with other services, Gowalla 3.0 is a recommended Android app!
Samsung joins Motorola and HTC with a candybar style QWERTY, the Galaxy Pro. Hitting the UK over the next few months, we’d like to see this form factor come to the United States at some point.
Have a look at how Android activations are having an impact around the world with this infographic-like approach.
Save $100 off both new and certified pre-owned Droid handsets. This sees some devices carrying dirt cheap prices while others are going free.
Saab’s IQon “infotainment concept” shows how Android could open the doors to a whole new world of development and integration.
Samsung’s new line of handsets have a potent gaming processor hiding under the hood. Check out a demo from this week’s Gaming Developers Conference.
Rovio is practically printing money with their runaway hit, Angry Birds. At 30 million downloads on Android alone, it has become the success story of the year for mobile developers.
Why just talk on the phone when you can share location, pictures, contacts, and more? Check out the free Thrutu app today!
Looking to lure developers over to their mobile payments option, PayPal is kicking off a new contest with three cash prizes that start at $10,000 for third place.
The best map on Android keeps getting better with more Latitude and Hotpot enhancements. Version 5.2 hits the Android Market today for 1.6 devices and above.
How does this war between Google and Apple end? Let’s take a look back with this dispatch from the future. Are you a Jobsian or member of the Droid Army?
One of the popular reasons that many hold onto their RIM devices, BlackBerry Messenger, is expected to hit Android and other platforms.