Posts From Scott Webster
Due in the second quarter (Q2 ’11) Blackstar takes players to the 41st century where the battle rages between three races.
Sprint has put together a trio of videos to give viewers a front-row seat to their Kyocera Echo announcement from earlier in the week. If you haven’t had a chance to learn about the device yet, now’s your chance!
LG has dropped a pair of YouTube videos online, teasing their Mobile World Congress announcements. One clip is for the Optimus 3D, the other is for the Optimus Pad.
A two minute video gives us our first look at a revised version of the official twitter client. With no word on a release, we can see a polished, finished app. Let’s roll this out!
The official BBC iPlayer application lets users listen to live programs from radio and television. Further, anything from the past 7 days is archived and readily available. Note, this is a UK title only.
Could Motorola drop a WiFi-only version of the XOOM before Samsung delivers a WiFi-only Galaxy Tab? Recent FCC documents indicate that this might happen.
The official Sonos Controller for Android debuts in March, but the company will be in Barcelona next week, demonstrating the service.
Alltel adds to their Android lineup with this low priced Samsung handset. Although it won’t be the superphone that you might not be looking for, it makes a perfect first smart phone for those graduating from feature phones.
MetroPCS jumps ahead of the competition, releasing the first commercially available 4G LTE Android smart phone. Folks looking to pick up the no-contract handset can do so later this week at a suggested $399.99 price.
A great mobile business solution gets even better with mileage tracking and expenses.
Does one Best Buy’s Facebook update speak for the entire chain of stores? Will we see the XOOM in three short weeks?
Already a great mobile payment option for Android users, things look to get even better with the advent of Honeycomb. Intuit recently began promoting and demonstrating an Android 3.0 version of the app which promises added features.
We received word from Samsung this morning that they are offering a remote control application for their televisions. Connecting via WiFi, it works for a variety of 2010 models as well as some of this year’s models of smart TVs. The remote also features an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and 4-way directional pad to make it easy to get around.
The first dual-core smart phone to hit the US should be here before March 6th. Will you be pre-ordering one at $199.99 or have you got your eyes on something else?