Posts From Scott Webster
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?
Casual gaming on Android is set to get a big boost later this month when the popular Scrabble alternative arrives.
Mobbeel, the developers behind the biometric authentication system BioWallet, are looking for some beta testers for a new, related application. Called BioWallet2Browser, it gives users the ability to surf the internet in your desktop browser in a uniquely secure manner.
A leaked copy of Sony Ericsson’s first ad campaign for the PlayStation Phone has arrived online. Android is ready to play, are you?
While some of you may have been able to watch the Honeycomb Android event yesterday, not everyone was as privileged. Unfortunately, there were some people who had to work while you stayed home and took a break from shoveling snow. Thankfully, we have the powers of archived video to help!
The developers behind games such as Brain Genius Deluxe and Diner Dash 2 are working with some of the new features in Android 3.0. Look for tablet-optimized games from Glu Mobile in the coming weeks.
We know you’ve seen the new Android Market. What we don’t know is what you think of it. That’s why we created a poll!
AT&T sheds some light on the details for their new Mobile Hotspot data and application. Things kick off in a few weeks with the release of the HTC Inspire 4G.
Google’s Honeycomb event has come and gone, leaving us drooling over Android 3.0 and the awesome stuff that awaits us. In the chance that you were not able to tune in to the live show, broadcast from Mountain View, California, we’ll give you a few notes to bring you up to speed.
What does LG plan on doing at Mobile World Congress? Something we’ve not seen or heard of yet? And how does one “rewrite” something that already happened?
The Mozilla gang has released another version of their Firefox 4 for Android. Improved speeds, performance, reliability and a growing list of add-ons are making for a great web browser alternative.
What will Texas Instruments unveil next week? Dual-core processors? Something in the 3D space? An Android-powered graphing calculator?
AT&T has pegged their first 4G phone with a launch date and sticker. Look for the HTC phone to arrive within two weeks with a rather attractive $99 price.