Posts From Justin Marden
The Motorola Xoom has received a minor software update. While it’s not ICS, it enables pay-as-you-go plans for Xoom users.
U.S. Cellular is strating their Black Friday sale early. November 21st-28th, you can get any smartphone for under $100 (after mail-in rebate)!
After over 5 months with not even a peep, the Asus Padfone has shown up in a benchmark test, boasting a new Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 processor. What else does the device have in store?
ThumbPark needs your help with their app! They’re looking for beta testers to pick out the bugs in their minigames platform, and they’re giving away a Galaxy Tab 10.1 to one lucky tester.
A leaked render of a red Droid Incredible 2 points to a November 24th launch date. With this addition, the Droid Incredible will come in three different colors: black, white, and red.
After some examination, it’s been discovered that the Kindle Fire doesn’t show its competitors’ ebook apps in the App Store. This is an interesting move by Amazon.
With all these Black Friday deals floating around, Sprint didn’t want to be left out. So they’re holding a sale through Black Friday weekend, with some awesome deals on killer devices.
Spotted in a Picasa album, the Sony Ericsson LT28AT and ST25i are raising a few questions as to what SE is up to..
With its latest update, HD Widgets now supports more screen sizes, so Android phone users can experience gorgeous weather widgets too!
SuperRope, a popular iOS game, is now available on Android! It’s addicting to play, and it’s free, so what are you waiting for?
Heading into Q4, Peter Chou expects HTC’s sales to drop due to heavy competition in the holiday season. He also mentioned that they’re working on another Android tablet, to be released next year.
This week has been full of awesome game releases, hasn’t it? This one comes to both Android and iPad 2 users, and it’s called Age of Defenders. As you can
Opera Mini and Opera Mobile have been updated, with new features that try to help users prevent going over their data limits.
Greed Corp, a popular PC and console-based game, has made its way to Android, along with the iPad and Macs, courtesy of Invictus Games and Vanguard Games. The mobile version