Posts From Scott Webster
How about some fresh Motorola rumors to get the week started off? According to Taylor Wimberly (formerly of AndroidAndMe), the upcoming Moto X smartphone will feature a “laminated aluminum structure
Handset maker rumored to be testing 5.5″, 5.7″, and 6″ models with various camera, processor, and memory options.
Are you in the hunt for a new smartphone? You really ought to consider T-Mobile’s new promotion which sees them selling all of their handsets with the ridiculously awesome zero
We just received word from Amazon on a new, limited-time promotion for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Starting on Sunday, July 28 and running through Thursday, August 1, Amazon will offer
The LG G2 will arrive in the United States in September with Verizon as one of the carriers offering support, according to LG Electronics’ CFO David Jung. A recent article in
Samsung and Google will soon release a successor to the 2012 Nexus 10, reports Wall Street Journal’s Amir Efrati. According to a recent tweet, Google’s own Sundar Pichai told him
The smartphone and tablet maker is fast at work on the 4.3 update for a handful of its Xperia models.
Google confirmed on Wednesday that a new Nexus 7 will soon be available. Arriving in a variety of retailers as soon as July 30, the next-gen tablet is the first
After weeks of rumors and expectations, Google has officially introduced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Details in the update include multi-user profiles with restricted profile settings, Bluetooth Smart support, Open GL|ES
The developers behind Plume and Beautiful Widgets have created a quick app drawer for easy access to your most used titles.
Sundar Pichai, speaking at his Google-related “breakfast” event, just confirmed that Android now has more than 1 million apps in the Google Play Store. The figure is quite remarkable in
We’re still a few hours away from Google peeling back the curtain on the next generation of Nexus 7 tablet but that doesn’t matter to Best Buy. The retailer has
NVIDIA announced on Wednesday that the Kepler technology found in desktops and supercomputers is now being integrated into mobile devices. Some readers may be familiar with NVIDIA’s Project Logan, the
An upcoming HTC smartphone going by the codename of ‘Zara’ figures to bring mid-range specifications to various carriers around the globe. Details are rumored to include a dual-core 1.4GHz processor
Vector Unit, the team behind Riptide GP and Beach Buggy Blitz, is back with a brand new water-racing game for your Android consideration. Available in Google Play Store and TegraZone,