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.
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Mobile

iPhone 5 now available for pre-order with T-Mobile

T-Mobile is now accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 5, with down payment prices starting at just $100. Since the carrier did away with contracts, however, new phones will have to be paid in full.
Apple

Apple vs. Samsung: The legal battle continues

An FTC judge ruled that the text selecting functionality Samsung uses on several devices infringed on an Apple patent. If the ruling is upheld, the export of several phone models to the U.S. may be suspended.
Mobile

There’s still hope! Nokia Windows 8 tablet may still be in development

After months of rumors and speculation, it looks like the Nokia Windows 8 tablet may still be a possibility. Rumors of an exclusive Nokia tablet app have surfaced, breathing new life into the possibility.
Mobile

Study shows decline in PC sales is here to stay, and it’s your phone’s fault

A new study released by research firm Gartner declares that the decline in sales of PCs has no end in sight. The decline can be largely attributed to the decreased prices of tablets.
Mobile

Is Microsoft working on its own version of Google Glass? Source says ‘Yes’

According to a new rumor, Microsoft may be looking to take on Google, with its own version of Glass. If the rumor proves to be true, we can expect to see the Windows variation by the middle of next year.
Mobile

LinkMe smart bracelet shows your text messages on your wrist

A new Kickstarter project, LinkMe, is a smart bracelet that users can sync to their smartphones and receive select messages. If funding is raised, devices will hit the market later this year.
Mobile

iPhone sales continue to grow while Samsung and Android slows down

A new study from ComScore shows that iPhone sales continue to rise, while Samsung and other Android devices have begun to slow. The upcoming Android releases, however, could help boost these numbers.
Cool Tech

The iPad is officially a piece of art

A new art installation incorporates iPads in a creative way and helps to teach people in an interactive way. nClosures, the company behind the design, invites others to suggest additional ideas it could implement.
Mobile

Will budget-conscious shoppers hurt iPhone and Galaxy S4 sales?

The CEO of France Telecom says that high-end smartphone sales will suffer as consumers seek out more cost-effective options. The proliferation of these affordable smartphones may start to put pressure on the manufacturers of pricier models…
Mobile

Apple lands patent for street view maps that let you virtually enter buildings

Apple landed a patent today which shows plans to implement its own street view for the company's ever-improving maps. To boot, the patent even outlines plans to let users virtually enter buildings.
Apple

ID, please. Apple adds age ratings to its App Store

Apple recently added age ratings to each of the apps listed in its App Store. The prominently displayed ratings may be in response to a recent scandal when adult content made its way onto micro-video sharing app, Vine.
Mobile

Facebook Home FAQ: Everything You Need to Know

At a press conference today, Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook colleagues revealed the company's latest innovation: Home. Compatible with select Android devices, Home seeks to transform phones from app-centric to people-centric devices.