Posts From Scott Webster
Sprint today announced that another six markets have started offering Spark LTE speeds. With up to 60Mbps download speed, the tri-band LTE is available in a number Sprint’s recent smartphones.
New option promises group savings with separate bills Sprint on Tuesday introduced its latest weapon in the battle against other wireless providers. Called “Framily” plans (no joke), they allow groups
The flagship smartphone and tablet should debut in late February CES 2014 is not even halfway in the books and yet we’re already looking ahead to the next big event.
Android is poised to have its largest year ever with 2014, perhaps to the tune of 1.1B device shipments. At least that’s what research firm Gartner predicts for the platform
Sony on Monday introduced its latest Android smartphone, the Xperia Z1 Compact, a 4.3-inch monster of a device. Powered by a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB RAM,
T-Mobile on Monday announced that it will be the exclusive U.S. carrier for the Sony Xperia Z1S smartphone. In a nutshell, the Z1S is a version of the Z1 which
The ongoing battle between AT&T and T-Mobile took a turn for the interesting last night as the Uncarrier’s CEO made his way into Ma Bell’s Las Vegas party. Saying he
New tablets introduced include 8.4-inch, 10.1-inch, and 12.2-inch form factors Samsung has officially announced its latest line of Android-based tablets, pulling the curtain back on the Galaxy TabPRO and Galaxy
Huawei on Monday announced the Ascend Mate2 4G, a 6.1-inch Android smartphone capable of supporting AT&T and T-Mobile’s LTE networks. Powered by a 1.6GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, the
AT&T, like T-Mobile, has officially confirmed that the LG G Flex is coming to its network in the near future. Unlike T-Mobile, AT&T at least has a vague idea as
T-Mobile on Monday announced that the LG G Flex will be coming to the Uncarrier’s network in the future. As to exactly when remains unclear. Also uncertain, the price. Yes,
Android connected cars coming from a variety of industry players Android is coming to your cars, and in a big way. Today sees the official announcement of Google’s latest initiative,
32-bit devices due in first half 2014, 64-bit devices arrive later in year Because octa-core is apparently already a thing of the past, NVIDIA has just taken the wraps off
Google has acquired the software developers behind the insanely gorgeous Android app Timely Alarm Clock. It’s not clear how much money was involved or in what capacity Bitspin will work