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.

Dell’s Project Ophelia Android-powered ‘PC’ fits in your pocket

Dell's Project Ophelia is a small, flash drive-sized dongle that plugs into any computer or television monitor's HDMI port for home computer access. Not only that, but the device will give users full access to everything in the Google Play store.

Android Army

Industrial manufacturer Cat debuts its first rugged smartphone, the Cat B15 – tractor not included

At the 2013 Mobile World Congress, industrial manufacturer Caterpillar industries debuted its first-ever rugged smartphone. The device is aimed at industrial and construction workers, who need a more durable device.

Android Army

Apple proposes reimbursements for kids’ in-app purchases

In the wake of a lawsuit, Apple makes reimbursement proposal for purchases made through kid-friendly apps. A judge is set to rule on the proposal on March 1.

Apple

Chinese manufacturer Zopo to introduce phone with a 32-megapixel camera

A Chinese manufacturing company is introducing a new phone to the local market, boasting a 32 MP rear-facing camera. But it's not likely to actually make it to the U.S. market.

Mobile

Security company transforms Android tablet into hacking machine

Security tools company Pwnie Express built a tablet, based on the Google Nexus 7 specs, that has a fully functioning hacking tool kit working over the Android operating system. They plan to introduce it to the public at San Francisco's RSA security conference.

Mobile

Clipboard bug crashing and wiping some Samsung Galaxy S3 and Note devices

Android-powered Samsung devices are afflicted with a bug that causes the devices to crash when users copy text too many times. The bug has been around for four months, but a fix still hasn't been released by the company.

Android Army

Leaked photos reveal that iPad Mini 2 may have Retina display

Leaked photos reveal that the iPad Mini 2 may come equipped with a Retina display. The photos show a possible test model with a thicker case, which supports the theory.

Apple

Nokia to introduce new line of affordable Windows Phones at MWC

In an effort to increase sales, Nokia may begin to turn its focus to more basic, affordable phones. A lot of details aren't available, but we expect to learn a lot more at the upcoming Mobile World Conference.

Mobile

MIT creating new chip that will improve your smartphone photography

MIT developers are now working on developing a new chip that will help handle post-processing in a much more efficient way. The chip will allow for speedier photo processing and a huge improvement to low-light images.

Mobile

Asus unveiled a new 10-inch tablet today. Yay?

Asus recently announced details on the upcoming release of its new ten-inch tablet, the Asus Memo Pad Smart ME301T. Details of the release are still unknown, but may be revealed at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.

Android Army

ProxToMe app lets you easily share files with anyone nearby

ProxToMe is a new app that lets users easily distribute large files to others in a matter of seconds. Users can distribute both to anyone using the app within 250 feet, or to those they've added to their contact list, from any distance.

Mobile

The Brooklyn Nets now let fans live stream games on their phone from inside the stadium

The Barclays Center, home to the Brooklyn Nets basketball team, just added a new feature to its app: live streaming of their games. In order to stream the games, however, you will have to be at the stadium and connected to the in-house Wi-Fi.

Mobile

BlackBerry Z10 sales estimates cut by 83 percent

Due to a slower than anticipated roll-out, coupled with lower customer demand, expected sales for the BlackBerry Z10 have been drastically reduced. Though the phone hasn't launched in the U.S. yet, it's hard to say if that will help boost expectations.

Mobile

Ubuntu coming to Nexus 7 and 10 tablets

Ubuntu announced it will be releasing a tablet-friendly version of its OS. The release reveals a lot of exciting features that promise to make this platform cutting-edge and multi-functional.

Computing

China surpasses U.S. to become top market for smartphones and tablets

By the end of February China will take over as the leading market for smartphones and tablets, bumping the U.S. to number two. Based on its growth, it's not likely that the U.S. will ever take back the lead.

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