Posts From Scott Webster
Centennial Communications might a long way off from AT&T and Verizon as the ninth largest wireless telecommunications in The United States, but they are ready to start acting like a
You thought you were addicted to Gowalla and Foursquare. Going places and sharing your location with total strangers and followers is so early 2010. What are the cool kids doing
I am fortunate to say that I was able to spend the weekend playing with the pre-release version of the official G4 app for Android. Available this morning in the
The details surrounding the upcoming Samsung Tab(let) have been unearthed thanks to a recent firmware leak. Are they the awesome, groundbreaking details we’ve been hoping for? Well… I can’t answer that for you. However, I do know that with the right pricing and carrier pairing, I will likely buy one for myself.
Head up kiddos, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 is now officially available through AT&T. For $149.99 and a 2-year service agreement, you can grab one for yourself and enjoy a
Verizon’s Droid Incredible is said to be receiving its Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ update this week, according to Mashable sources. The exact date being thrown around is Wednesday (18th) but we’ll
Evernote updated their Android app earlier this week, fixing minor issues, and adding a pair of notable features in the process. The ultra-popular note/task application now offers an Android widget
There are two more HTC codenames to add to your list of potential Android 2.2 devices – the Bee and Lexikon. This marks the first time we’ve heard of either
In light of yesterday’s Google announcement of Voice Actions, Vlingo has decided to free up their own voice application. Effective immediately, the app which previously cost $9.99 will be now
The first commercial for the Droid 2 has arrived online in standard YouTube fashion. Called “Digits”, it’s very much like the ad leaked a few months back. The 30 second
The chaps over at AndroidSPIN have posted the first look at what is being called the Dell Blaze. As explained by their source, the phone is sized similarly to a Palm Pixi which means that it’s rather small. The only other detail to share at this point is that it runs Android 1.5 under the hood.
I decided to poke around the US Trademarks website this morning to see if I could glean anything about T-Mobile’s upcoming projects or handsets. Every once in a while I will do this to see if I can confirm rumors or substantiate a claim. So did I find anything today? You bet. Looking back over the last three months or so, we can see that the carrier is definitely working on something around a successor to the beloved G1.
It has been roughly four months since we last heard, or talked about, the Dell Thunder. In fact, everything we’ve ever covered on this phone was in one post. As
The masses have spoken. Last week Vodafone pushed out an update to their Desire handset and anxious subscribers gobbled it up, assuming it was Android 2.2. Instead, it was a modified version of Android 2.1 replete with a bunch of Vodafone 360 branded apps and services. Needless to say, people got slightly mad. So they took to their complaints direct the carrier’s front door. Vodafone has decided to adopt a different strategy going forward.
Verizon’s Droid 2 goes on sale today, but we get the feeling that some of you are holding out for the R2D2 edition, even without a clue as to what he looks like. Well, now you do. Thanks to twitter user @r2d2central, we see that the phone very much resembles Artoo on the back.