Posts From Scott Webster
After the recent update to RC30 earlier this month, many people have noticed problems accessing the internet.Â I personally have had a run of issues trying to pull up anything
Earlier this week, Motorola unveiled their new VE66 handset which will be the first MOTO offering to allow widget integration.Â This opens the door to RSS feeds, stock tickers, sports
At some point in the 4th quarter of 2008, G1 and other Android users will be able to see their voicemail as opposed to only hearing it.Â One of the
As a replacement for the preloaded IM client for Android, this one works well, but leaves us wanting more. A smooth running messaging app that has room to grow.
You would hope that by now, people like Steve Ballmer would know his stiffest competition when he saw it. Unfortunately, Microsoft’s lack of vision will be their undoing.
Your favorite source of Android news and opinion is now your first place to go for software and accessories!
Don’t be fooled by the basic look of this one. Coloroid sucks you in and begs for more of your free time than you really have.
This time around we randomly picked a time waster game. Is it something we can picture ourselves messing around with while waiting at the doctor’s office?
We should have known. If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. Unfortunately, the news for the ailing handset maker just doesn’t get better.
Caller ID gets a big boost with features like name recognition and an address that can be mapped with your location based handset.
Scaling back the Motorola team with layoffs that could come as early as tomorrow, the handset maker is also putting a lot of weight behind Android.
The first software title we’re reviewing is the music streaming application that offers some handy benefits. A few handy features makes this one a must have for any Android owner.
I’ve spent the last 3 days playing with each of the barcode scanning applications from the Android Market. While each has their own unique features, it’s CompareEverywhere that comes with more that I need and want.
Part one of a three part interview conducted on October 22nd. First up: Why Is T-Mobile’s G1 Android Phone Getting Mixed Reaction?