Posts From Scott Webster
Nokia and HTC have settled their ongoing patent disputes and now look to be forming a working relationship. An announcement on Nokia’s press page tells us the two companies have
U.S. Cellular on Friday announced that the Moto G has been added to its no-contract lineup. Available for $99 (with instant rebate), the Moto G can be picked up through
Amazon today announced a new promotion which sees the online giant discounting games from around the globe. Starting immediately and running through February 22, there are games slashed as low
Announced back in September the Qualcomm Toq is a unique smartwatch experience first targeted at developers. Paired to Android phones via Bluetooth, one of its key features is its Mirasol
The struggling hardware maker believes this is a turnaround year HTC has confirmed that they, too, will release a wearable device later this year and join a quickly crowding market.
Motorola has sent out invitations to an event for press and executives which takes place on February 25. Coinciding with Mobile World Congress, the soiree also happens to be held
Samsung and Cisco have inked a deal which should lead to more innovation across multiple fronts over the next decade or longer. Like the agreement between Google and Cisco from
Just in time for Valentine’s Day 2014, Amazon has discounted the price of its popular tablet, the Kindle Fire HDX. Effective immediately, and for a limited time, you can score
Samsung today announced a partnership with Swarovski which has resulted in a limited-edition cover for the Galaxy Note 3. As you might expect, this thin is decked out in Swarovski
It’s a new month which means new Android platform figures. We like to check in once every few weeks to see how the Android landscape looks and get a sense
Gameloft and Marvel have announced the upcoming release of a smartphone and tablet game based on the film Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Arriving in late March, the game puts
Koushik Dutta has rolled out an updated release of his popular and handy app AllCast. As we expected would ultimately happen, his new version offer support with the Chromecast’s SDK.
Aio Wireless on Tuesday rolled out new, no-contract service plans for customers. Effective immediately, the three plans range from $40-$60 per month, however all of them include unlimited voice and
Google and Cisco today announced a new deal which sees the two benefiting from playing nice with each other. The two companies will license patents to the other in an