Joshua Pramis

Joshua Pramis

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Spending a childhood engrossed in such technologically inspiring television shows like Voltron, Small Wonder, and Power Rangers, it's really no surprise that all things digital continue to inspire and amaze Joshua. After working as an editor for Travel + Leisure for 7 years, he left to take on the freelance world. And while doesn't look forward to a complete Cylon takeover, he does eagerly await the day he can become half cyborg.

10 iPhone apps you definitely don’t need

There's no doubting there are myriad insanely useful iPhone apps, but in the massive sea of available downloads, there are some strange choices. We found a handful of some of the biggest oddballs we found.

Apple

BlackBerry Q10 ‘hit the ground and died,’ according to WSJ

According to a recent report from Wall Street Journal, sales of the Blackberry Q10 have been unexpectedly low since its release. Sales from corporations may help boost company profits, but it seems to have lost its buying power in the consumer realm.

Mobile

Thinking about texting a friend that’s driving? You may be held liable if it results in a crash

A New Jersey appeals court ruling recently revealed that a remote texter can be held liable in the event that their text causes the recipient to crash. However, the plaintiff has to prove the texter had definitive knowledge that the recipient was on the road…

Cars

MixBit App Review: From the makers of YouTube comes the newest video-sharing app

The creators of YouTube have released MixBit, the newest social video-sharing app, now available for iPhones and iPod Touches. A version for Android should be available in the coming weeks.

Mobile

Planning a road trip? Don’t take off without these gadgets

Planning a late-summer road trip? From phone docks to road flares to headrest mounts, here are some of our favorite mobile gadgets to pack with you on your next trip across the country.

Mobile

12 iPhone cases that should have never been made

When it comes to strange cellphone cases, the creations made for iPhones over the years trump all others. We found the strangest of the strange, all of which were at one time, or still are, available for sale.

Mobile

Lose your phone? Android Device Manager will help you find it

Android announced today that it will be releasing its new Device Manager, an app that will allow users to track and find their devices, plus remotely wipe them if need be. The new service will be available to Android 2.2 and above users later this month.

Mobile

It’s here! Moto X officially debuts with customizable Moto Maker site

Details surrounding the highly anticipated Moto X have finally been released, verifying much of the information we've all been guessing for some time now. The customizable phone will be ready for release late August or early September.

Mobile

The 9 weirdest and strangest cell phones we’ve ever seen

Sometimes, the world of design comes up with some weird stuff. We've seen a lot of crap, but these are some of the most unusual cell phones we've come across in our ventures across the Internetss.

Mobile

10 technically possible but totally awful ways to charge your phone

Mobile charging has come a long way over the years, but along the way there have been some unusual methods developed to power devices when an outlet isn't available. These are some of the strangest that we've come across.

Mobile

Jay-Z’s Samsung ‘exclusive’ album hacked onto HTC device

Jay-Z's new album, Magna Carter Holy Grail, which was supposed to made available to Samsung Galaxy users three days before its release, made its way onto an HTC device. The apparently failed promotion also resulted in the RIAA changing the way it determines…

Mobile

Intel CEO talks about ramping up mobile efforts, remains cautious on TVs

In an interview with Reuters, Intel's new CEO said that, while the company is still considering going into providing television content, it is shifting its primary focus to mobile chip manufacturing, an area that it has admittedly fallen behind in.

Mobile

Researchers use Wi-Fi signals to see through walls

A professor at MIT developed a way to use modified Wi-Fi signals to see through walls. The technology could be used to expedite disaster rescue efforts and may even make waves in the gaming industry.

Mobile

British Airways testing out new E Ink luggage tags

A company called Designworks teamed up with British Airways to develop an E-Ink luggage tag that is designed to help baggage reach its destination without fail. The tag will be updated via the customer's smartphone, which should also help speed up the check-in…

Mobile

New iPhone dock doubles as smoke and carbon monoxide detector

A new Kickstarter project proposes an iPhone 5 dock that doubles as a top notch smoke and carbon monoxide detector. If successful, the company has plans to release additional versions of the dock for both Android and Windows devices.

Mobile