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

HTC revenue plummets dramatically in February 2013 and Q4

HTC revenue plummeted by more than 40 percent in February 2013, compared to the numbers it saw the same month last year. The newest HTC One model, which has received rave reviews, could help the company recover.
Mobile

Beats Electronics one step closer to launching new streaming music service

Beat Electronics, LLC secured $60 million in funding, which it will use to launch its new music streaming service, nicknamed Daisy. The subscription-based service should officially launch later this year.
Android Army

China not pleased with Google’s control of its smartphone industry

In an official paper from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the company said it believes that Google has too much control over its smartphone industry. While it hasn't proposed regulations against the company, it's…
Android Army

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 to begin selling on March 7

South Korea-based Samsung announced that its latest generation in tablets, the Galaxy Note 10.1, will officially begin selling this Thursday, March 7. The tablet is chockfull of cool features, but is largely going to be targeted toward…
Apple

Apple’s iWatch may debut this year and run iOS

In the wake of rumor after rumor, it appears that Apple is likely to release their smartwatch sometime in 2013. Last-minute design questions, plus a modified version of the company's OS, are the details the company needs to figure out.
Mobile

Uh oh! Security flaw allows users to bypass Galaxy Note 2 lock screen

A new flaw was discovered showing that unwanted users may be able to make phone calls and access apps on a Galaxy Note 2, even when the phone is locked. While not a significant find, it shows yet another vulnerability in the manufacturer's…
Mobile

Blackberry 10 gets its first software update

Just a month after releasing Blackberry 10, the company announced on its blog that it has released an update to its software. The blog post highlighted five major improvements that it assures will improve users' experiences.
Mobile

Apple vs. Samsung: Judge puts hold on $450 million of $1 billion award

Five months after awarding Apple $1 billion in damages, the ruling judge put a hold on $450 million of the award. The two companies will return to court. The ruling was made because of a potentially unfair breakdown of money awarded per…
Apple

In just 5 minutes, small child spends $2,500 on iPad apps

After getting her iTunes password from his mother, a five-year-old boy racked up $2,500 worth of in-app purchases within ten minutes. We'll show you how to turn off iOS in-app purchases to make sure that can't happen.
Mobile

Hollywood targets apps that use copyrighted movie content without permission

In the war against pirated content, Hollywood is now setting its eyes on mobile apps that use its material without purchasing a license. Major corporations have been extremely cooperative in pulling down any violating apps.
Mobile

Amazon introduces Cloud Player app for the iPad and iPad mini

Amazon announced the release of a new app that allows customers to access the Amazon Cloud using an iPad or iPad mini. The free app allows users to stream music from the cloud on their device while connected to Wi-Fi or a network, plus…
Mobile

EyeVerify developing an eye-scanning unlock tool for your phone

In a world where alpha-numeric passcodes secure our mobile device, EyeVerify is looking to step up protection by introducing eye scanning as a way to unlock. Using the device's camera, the scan should only take a couple of seconds to…