Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon has issued a press release officially confirming what was leaked earlier this month. The Motorola Citrus handset announced in October will go on sale tomorrow, November 11th.
Android is closing in on Symbian as the number one mobile operating system in the world. Whereas the third quarter of 2009 saw Android at 3.5 percent market share, today sees the platform at 25.5 percent of worldwide smartphone sales.
If 2D platform jumpers are your type of game, then you’ll want to keep your eyes open for Visual Dreams’ forthcoming Herman the Hermit
Carbonite, the popular online backup service, has just released a beta version of their new Carbonite Access application for Android.
Sorry kids, it looks like your mastery of Angry Birds will have to wait a little longer. Rovio has just pushed out a major update (v1.4.2) which adds another 45 levels, bringing the total to 195 brain busters.
The Open Handset Alliance picks up another member today with the addition of VisualOn. The Silicon Valley-based company enable rich multimedia experiences on smart phones and will begin contributing to Android with the release of Gingerbread.
It appears that permanent rooting of the G2 might be close at hand. A thread on XDA developers and AndroidSpin are aflutter today as a real, working root situation has been found.
True to their word, Opera has announced that its Opera Mobile 10.1 web browser beta has come to Android today.
o much for the big press release and advertising blitz to kick off the Droid 2 Global. Motorola’s new CDMA/GSM world-traveler has already made its way onto Verizon’s website and is currently hiding in plain sight with a $199.99 price tag.
Samsung and Verizon officially announced the latest in the Galaxy S series of phones yesterday with the new, exclusive Continuum. The dual-screen device packs much of the same heft as Verizon’s other Galaxy S handset (Fascinate) with its 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 5-megapixel camera, and 8GB microSD card.
Samsung just took to twitter to announce the dual-screen Continuum handset ahead of their press event scheduled for later this evening. We’re only a few hours away from the official debut of the phone, but we know it’s landing on Verizon on November 11th.
Blackboard Inc. has released a native Android application today, bringing campus life and services to your favorite mobile OS. Blackboard Mobile Central is branded and custom built for each institution and is designed to help students, teachers, alumni, and more stay connected.
The guys at Phone Scoop have found another HTC handset in FCC documents. Called the Paradise, it supports AT&T’s 3G bands and looks to feature a sliding QWERTY, a 3.2-megapixel camera, FM radio, and an optical joystick.
NTT DOCOMO just unveiled a boatload of new handsets and devices due in Japan over the next few months. Among the 28 product announcements were three new Android smart phones.
HTC has joined the growing list of companies throwing their hat in the app distribution game. According to Financial Times, the handset maker is prepping an online store of their own, which will offer apps and e-books.