Posts From Scott Webster
It happens with every new product release. After what seems like months of anticipation and hype, a device comes out and people begin thinking about its successor.
As the industry moves towards a more open future and consumers continue to adopt smart phones in droves, network providers will struggle to keep their choke hold on the users.
Today is the day we find out who the lucky 50 winners of the first round of the Android Developers Challenge are. At the time of writing this article, only
Today sees a monumental event in the wireless industry. Along with partners Intel, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, and Bright House Networks, Google has ponied up a share of a $3.2
Have you guys been seeing all the attempted murderers running around Silicon Valley? Without even paying full attention, one canâ€™t help but see a headline pop up every few days
If you’re watching the Microsoft and Yahoo situation at all, these next few weeks will prove to be the most fun yet. It’s getting down to crunch time, albeit one
I’d like to revisit that whole deal with AT&T and why they weren’t on board with Google in the first place. Allegedly, they were afraid that Google would tie the
It’s no secret that Google wants to deploy Android on the world in order to provide advertising to as many people as possible. As they up their marketing game and
A few weeks back, I wrote a piece on 2D barcode scanning and the possibility behind them. Also known as “quick response” (QR), they’re vastly underused in the US. That
One could get a headache looking at what’s going on right now with Sprint Nextel and the buyout rumors. Based on subscriber count, Sprint is the #3 provider in the
A lot of the hype around Android comes from developers and their geeky community. The main reason for this is because they “get it”. They understand just how groundbreaking an
If you’re a prospective developer for Google’s Android platform and trying to figure out the best way to distribute your application, you might be intrigued by how Apple is handling
Out of curiosity, I wonder if the same people who ripped on Google for “bribing” developers to write applications for Android will be saying similar things about the iFund teased
First a little preface because I’ve got to give credit where it’s due. Steve Jobs and Apple have done a tremendous job of selling people over the last few years.
The 700MHz auction is 5 weeks old now and starting to show signs of wrapping up. Today marked the 140th round as last Friday the FCC ramped up to 8