Posts From Scott Webster
Google is offering 10GB of free Drive storage for anyone who signs into the now free Quickoffice mobile app before September 26, 2013. Indeed, this works for both the Android
UPDATE: Things are looking good for an OPPO announcement on September 23! New water cooler chatter suggests that CyanogenMod will tap HTC as the official OEM partner of the CM
Sprint announced on Friday that it has joined the other top carriers with an annual trade-in/upgrade program. Called “One Up” it lets customers trade their device in once every 12
In just the few days since its release Motorola’s new Moto X Developer Edition has already sold through. Priced at $649.99, the Verizon-ready smartphone with an unlockable bootloader seems to
The team at MyColorScreen is anxious to pull the curtain back on their Themer App for Android. An email going out today advises that the launch of the public beta
Good Guy Google announced on Thursday that it is making Quickoffice free to anyone and everyone. As part of Google’s portfolio for the last year, it has grown and matured
Looking for a new alternative to reading books on your Android smartphone or tablet? Consider eReatah, an upstart service which employs a subscription method as opposed to buying individual books.
New details from a Twitter source seem to confirm recent reports that Google has tapped Asus as the hardware maker for the refreshed Nexus 10 tablet. Once expected to come
Fledgling cellular provider Republic Wireless is set to carry the Moto X at a much cheaper rate than any other carrier. An announcement from today sees them introducing the Moto
Rovio’s next sure-fire hit is out today; Angry Birds Star Wars 2 is available for Android and iOS devices. As a sequel to last years popular game, this is acts
Another unannounced build of Android has been spotted at the Chromium tracker, this one coming courtesy of the eagle-eyed guys at Myce.com. Based on the sparse details in the bug listing,
As if the masses were still holding its breath, BBM is set to debut on Android 4.0+ devices on September 21.
Monster (yes, the audio company) has introduced its first line of Android-powered tablets in the form of the M7 and M10. As the name pretty much tells you, these will
AT&T announced on Wednesday that the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini will be available starting from September 27. Pricing for the handset is already confirmed as $.99 with a two-year service