Posts From Scott Webster
Reader feedback: Will Facebook ever put out a phone of their own? Cast your vote!
According to Google, we should expect to see mobile editing support within the next few weeks. This news is long overdue and bound to make a ton of you happy.
DigiTimes is back with another HTC tablet rumor. According to their sources, Taiwanese notebook maker Pegatron Technology has started taking orders for an HTC tablet. Allegedly this tablet will run NVIDIA’s dual-core Tegra 2 processor and feature a multi-touch display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels.
Depending on who you believe, Facebook either is or isn’t working on a phone of their own. TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook is creating the software platform which will be
It was just over a month ago when we first learned of the existence of a new HTC device, the Lexikon. Hitting the internet along with the HTC Bee, we
Verizon has confirmed that the HTC Droid Eris will not be seeing an Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ update. Considering how early in Android’s life this phone came out, we’re not shocked to hear 2.1 would be the last officially supported version.
It has been few days since the last Ticker rolled across your PC or mobile phone so we decided to drop some jam-packed Android news. We’ll dispense with the pleasantries
Remember the alleged T-Mobile roadmap that leaked back in July? Some of our readers (and other sites) didn’t think it was legit, while most of us believed it to be
In an effort to strengthen and enhance MOTOBLUR, Motorola has acquired Aloqa, a location-based software and technology company. You may already be familiar with Aloqa’s popular Android application which helps
The latest comScore Report is out and it confirms what we all know: smart phones and Android are taking off like crazy.
Popular “game” The Moron Test has just picked up a handful of great new features, thanks to their integration of OpenFeint. The Android game now features the same great options
It’s becoming increasingly common for a hardware manufacturer to release the source code to their handsets. HTC does it all the time, most recently with their Droid Incredible and EVO 4G. Samsung has done exactly that with their new Fascinate handset from Verizon.
Sprint has partnered with Wired, Reddit and Ars Technica to put up $50,000 and some killer prizes in an effort to spur 4G app development. The contest, called the Sprint 4G App Challenge, pits apps against each other in five categories accepting – entertainment, gaming, productivity, social networking and multimedia. Submissions will be accepted until November 5th and will be judged on four merits – creativity, intuitive navigation, functionality and design.
Supermono Studios and Gray Fin Studios have collaborated to bring their popular iPhone title, MiniSquadron, to the Android Market. Dedicated to giving Android users the best experience, the two have done everything they can to ensure this isn’t just a generic port of an existing game.