Posts From Scott Webster
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.
Concerned parents can keep an eye on calls, texts, pictures, and web history from wherever they are with this remote monitoring app.
Google releases their first Honeycomb-optimized application into the Android Market. Check out the various layers that make up a human body, including nerves, bones, muscle, and more!
The PlayStation Phone is set to get some great exposure in the gaming community thanks to a partnership with the MLG.
With more than 100,000 downloads and counting, the Yellow Pages app gets even better. Now enjoy location-aware deals and a more personalized experience with version 3.0!
Clues and rumors are converging around a March 22nd press conference at CTIA in Orlando, Florida. The Samsung Mobile Facebook page is teasing us with what appears to be confirmation of the 8.9-inch tablet.
Loopt announced a new feature to their popular location-aware application today with the addition of “reward alerts”. The premise is rather simple: location-based and time sensitive deals are pushed down
The official Foodspotting application comes out of beta and hits the Android Market running. Not content to leave the lite version on its own, the developers are already prepping new features.
The Amazon application store for Android looks to open its doors this March. With content discovery and recommendation as their strong suit, Amazon may be teaching Google a thing or two in short order.
NVIDIA rolls out an application designed to showcase other apps and games that take advantage of the Tegra platform. While it’s not for every user, it does show off your Tegra tablet and smart phone’s capabilities.
Some of our readers may recall hearing last June that Sony was prepping a “Yendo” Walkman, which looked to blend the iconic media player with Android. At the time, specs
Big in Japan recently shared some statistics that put their ShopSavvy app on more than 140 Android phones and a trio of BlackBerry phones. Yep – an Android app on a RIM device. Sounds familiar, no?
Are 4G LTE and a large screen size crippling the life of the Thunderbolt? Will a firmware update fix things so we can get a launch date from Verizon? Let’s get this 4G war going!