Posts From Scott Webster
Developers with titles published in the Android Market now have the ability to provide customers with tiny change logs to their respective applications. A new feature called “Recent Changes” lets developers call out anything specific found in an app update.
Sorry folks, there’s not going to be a Facebook phone. Mark Zuckerberg was quick to point out that the company was not designing a smart phone. Instead, they announced a new platform for developers and mobile app integration. Oh, and they also tweaked the Android app.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one. The latest comScore report is out and it shows gaining while other mobile platforms stand still or decline.
HTC and SoundHound have announced a partnership which will see the music discovery application embedded on all future Android devices from HTC.
Android T-shirt aficionados listen up! Dion Briggs is back with a old twist on a new classic. Following the recently released Unstoppable and Andy Versus designs, comes iSTEAM ANDY. Check out
Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a “4G” network.
The “Little Carrier That Could” that is U.S. Cellular continues to push things forward today with the announcement of their new Primary Plus Plan.
Retina-X Studios, LLC, has released their mobile monitoring and filter software, Mobile Nanny, into the Android Market today. The application records and blocks any particular activity or game/app chosen by
Looking to grab a companion Android device for browsing the internet, watching movies, and playing games? Grab yourself a 4.3-inch Archos 43 “internet tablet” for only $250 through the Archos online store.
Listen up kids! You’re going to want to be very careful over these next few winter months. The Snowbot is on the loose! Verizon recently released their latest Android-based commercial
those of you who can’t get enough of the liberal left or the righteous right should check out Handmark’s latest pair of Android applications.
tarting this week, T-Mobile will be offering four Android-based handsets below the $100 price point. While they aren’t necessarily the high-end super phones some of you readers might be after, they will definitely attract new Android users. The devices come from handset makers LG, Motorola, and Huawei with varying prices and specs.
Today sees yet another report showing Android’s tremendous growth around the world. Research firm Canalys is reporting that our favorite mobile operating system is up a whopping 1,309 percent year-over-year in the third quarter.
Verizon is expected to release at least two more Android-based handsets next week with the Samsung Continuum and Motorola Citrus. Readers may recall Motorola announcing the entry-level smart phone last