Posts From Scott Webster
We’re getting early word that Sprint is set to announce their LG Optimus S handset for availability later this month. Tagged with a very attractive $49.99 price point, the entry
Last fall, we were shocked to hear Samsung say that 2010 would see Android phones going for less than $100 on contract. Flash forward a year and we’re getting close to seeing sub-$100 phones without contract!
We just received official word from U.S. Cellular that they will be launching their Galaxy S series handset, the Samsung Mesmerize, on October 27th.
One big bone of contention for many new Android users is having to use Google Checkout over Paypal for purchasing apps. It’s not that Checkout is a total hassle to
We noticed a few other Android blogs mentioning the fact that Yahoo! Finance landed in the Android Market yesterday. Given the fact that the free app makes it easy to
One of our trusted tipsters has passed along some new Sprint details for a pair of upcoming devices. We felt you’d like to know a little more about the Sanyo Zio and Samsung Transform since we’re expecting them less than a week from now. Yep, look for these two phones on October 10!
Point Inside Inc. is announcing today that the v2.0 of their “Destination Smart Map’ has arrived on Android phones. What does this mean to you? Well, how about free, searchable maps
The Nielsen Company has issued another report that shows Android’s growth continues to skyrocket. According to their data, roughly one in three (32 percent) smart phones sold over the last
Late yesterday afternoon, the Boy Genius Report posted a quick blurb that might perk up your ears. According to their sources, Chinese handset maker ZTE is rumored to be working on some high end devices for Verizon.
AT&T has announced three new Android handsets today, each coming from Motorola. Dubbed the Flipout, Bravo, and Flipside, they are each Android 2.1 phones with the latest release of MOTOBLUR user experience. And keeping with Motorola’s track record, the phones carry unique form factors not found on other carriers.
South Korean handset maker LG Electronics Inc said yesterday that they were calling off plans to launch an Android 2.2 tablet. According to an unnamed official, Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ is not the best platform for them to launch their first tablet on.
Big news for Skype and Android users today as the service rolls out to anyone running 2.1 or higher on their handset. No longer exclusive to Verizon, it’s now available to roughly 3 in 4 phones.
One of the hottest handsets of the year, the HTC EVO 4G, is being recognized by Popular Mechanics as being one of the breakthrough devices for 2010. Touted as a product
Hot on the heels of their new G2 comes another T-Mobile handset with HSPA+ support. Announced as part of the myTouch series of phones, the latest device runs a 1GHz Snapdraogn processor and features a 3.8-inch touch display. Other details include 8GB pre-installed memory card, a 5-megapixel camera with HD video recording, and four color choices.
Amazon is doing their part to cozy up next to Android developers. We recently saw the terms and conditions leak online which showed a $99 annual fee that devs were