Posts From Scott Webster
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
Gameloft has a new gaming coming this fall that should prove to be quite fun for fans of racing games and simulation. Expected to be released as a free title, GT
Get ready for another round of first person zombie shooting! Madfinger Games has a sequel to Dead Trigger planned for release in the days ahead of Halloween. Dead Trigger 2
NVIDIA has officially introduced its Tegra 4-powered reference tablet platform, pulling back the curtain on the Tegra Note. Priced as low as $199, the reference design will lead to new
New benchmarks found on GFXBench have surfaced, adding new details to the Nexus 5 saga. An LG device operating under the code name of “Hammerhead” has been shown to run
A new version of Google’s virtual wallet, Google Wallet, is out today and works for all phones running Android 2.3 and higher. Key among the updated app is the ability
Coming soon to Android, Glu’s annual hunting game, Deer Hunter 2014 will be available in Google Play Store. Features: Co-op Challenges – join your friends to complete Club Hunt challenges!
Listen up (pun!) book junkies, a new 3.0 version of Audiobook.com is available and it not only “sounds” good, but it looks terrific as well. Not only is it speedier
Are you the type who loves to share everything they come across when browsing the internet? Constantly sending your friends and families members recipes for quacamole or cheats codes for
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A forthcoming flagship smartphone was left unattended at a bar where someone promptly identified the device as being worthy of a photo
Looks like Google has sold through inventory of both the 8GB and the 16GB versions of the Nexus 4. Boy, that stinks, right? We sure hope they get some more
LG is working on a 6.4-inch Android behemoth of its own, according to new reports hitting the internet. Following on the heels of the G2 and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra
So you like the idea of Motorola’s Active Notifications, do you? How about we do you one better and show you a new app that takes that stuff and adds