Posts From Scott Webster
Canadian wireless provider Rogers has accidentally let slip that they will be offering the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini and Mini Pro. Again. This marks the second time that Rogers
As part of our redesigned Monday night podcast, we’ve gone back to focusing on application recommendation and discovery. We have a dedicated segment where we talk about apps that we’ve
Motorola announced the Flipout handset earlier this month, tapping it as a European release later this quarter. According to an anonymous tipster for Android Central, it’s arriving stateside on AT&T
US Cellular has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S will be one of their four Android-based handsets slated for release this year. It was just last week when I suggested
T-Mobile has officially pulled back the curtain on a terribly kept secret as they announce their version of the Samsung Galaxy S. Called the Samsung Vibrant, it’s loaded with all
As expected earlier this year, the top four carriers in the United States will each carry their own version of the Galaxy S from Samsung. Hot on the heels of
Around a week back, it was rumored that the Droid Eris and Droid Incredible were on the fast track for extinction. While most were of the opinion that the Incredible
Another Motorola handset has been spotted in what is said to be T-Mobile training documents. Staying true to Motorola’s track record, they’ve brought yet another form factor to the table.
In case you were looking to order an EVO 4G today you might want to pump the brakes. As has been the case for most of the week, the latest
US Cellular plans to bring customers four Android handsets this year, starting next month with the Samsung Acclaim. Kicking things off with the sliding QWERTY on July 9th, the carrier
Check out the following video which shows how Verizon customers react to some of the new features of the Droid X. The 3-minute clip also provides footage from yesterday’s announcement
Intel is hard at work, prepping an “Android x86″version of Android 2.2 designed for tablets and netbooks. As we’ve mentioned here a couple of times, Android was initially designed for
Those of you who have an EVO 4G are advised to keep your eyes peeled for a minor update next week. Sorry guys and gals, it’s not a Froyo rollout.
Tucked in the middle of yesterday’s news of Android 2.2 code being dropped into the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) was a glimmer of hope for G1 owners. According to
The Motorola Droid appears poised to be the first handset to see Android 2.2 aside from the Nexus One. A recently leaked image shows the Droid salted for the update