Posts From Scott Webster
For too many years, I have let money stand in the way of me making money. I’m calling on the generous, giving spirit to help me realize my dreams.
Expectations are through the roof for Android and the G1 handsets. It looks like the sales are already there too.
Flurry Analytics helps to measure performance of applications once they’re installed on mobile devices.
T-Mobile’s first Android handset is apparently not living up to someone’s expectations!
It’s obvious to me why this application is one of the Android Developers Challenge’s big winners.
Editor Scott Webster spends a half hour talking Android on the first ever edition of “The Signal.”
Imagine having carriers submitting bids directly to your handset for the lowest cost data and cellular service.
The random thoughts that crossed my mind as I watched today’s press conference.
Andy Rubin stopped by the Official Google Blog the other day to discuss the future of mobile.Â Where will it be and how will it help us?Â It’s a great
A half of a year is all it took for some to see that Apple’s way of doing things is not always superior to that of others. Will developer unrest end up being the cause for some of Android’s best applications?
What happens in the land of Android after next week’s announcements? What’s further down the road for our new favorite operating system?
HTC has me more excited than ever as their most recent handset gives a glimpse into the future. I can’t help but start dreaming all over again.
Many of you Android enthusiasts might already be aware of this.Â If you subscribe to the same bookmarks and RSS feeds, you probably saw that last Friday your favorite Android
This time last year, the tech community was all abuzz with the rumors that Google was ready to put out a phone of their own.Â Nicknamed the gPhone, many expected
Although it’s not much of a surprise to Android followers, Google formally announced that their application repository today. Dubbed “Android Market”, it’s exactly what we expected it to be. According