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.

iOS users beware! Your charger can be used to load malware onto your device

A group of researchers has discovered a way to modify a charger so it can upload malware onto an iOS device in less than a minute. The group will present their findings in detail at this year's Black Hat USA 2013 event.

Mobile

Google Glass gets its first porn app … and then bans it

The latest app developed for Google Glass, Tits & Glass, allows for users to take their porn experience on-the-go. The app, which is sure to result in a slew of awkward public situations, lets users upload, browse, rate, and share pornographic photos.

Android Army

Android dominates U.S. market, but iOS and Windows growing faster

Android is the undisputed dominating smartphone platform, but in the U.S., both iOS and Windows both saw larger growth in sales. However, the growth was so slight, Google should still be able to rest easy.

Mobile

Here’s yet another concept of the rumored iPhone 5S

While Apple remains traditionally tight-lipped over future innovations, another concept for the rumored iPhone 5S has been released. While much remains physically the same, a change in screen size and capacitive home button are the noticeable changes.

Mobile

Android accounts for more than half the smartphone market in China

A new study shows that Android accounts for more than half of the smartphone market in China. This is important, as China is one of the fastest growing smartphone markets in the world.

Mobile

Microsoft launches new site to accompany anti-iPad commercials

Microsoft recently launched a website to accompany its latest batch of commercials, which cast the iPad in a negative light in comparison to Windows RT. The site lets users compare an array of tablet options against the iPad.

Computing

Samsung gearing up to debut Galaxy S4 Zoom and Active

It looks like mobile manufacturer Samsung is gearing up to officially announce two more rumored phones, the Galaxy S4 Zoom and Active. Both are expected to be unveiled at a press conference on June 20.

Mobile

Watch out, Samsung! Sony wants in on the phablet market

More rumors have surfaced that are helping to verify that Sony is, in fact, working on a constructing its own phablet. The 6.4-inch device is said to be a direct competitor with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

Mobile

Iron Man’s phone, the Alcatel One Touch Idol, is now available for pre-order

Tony Stark's phone in Iron Man 3, the Alcatel One Touch Idol, is finally available for pre-order. It's being sold as an unlocked GSM phone with moderate specs.

Mobile

Screw passwords! Soon you might log in with electronic tattoos, or pills

Motorola's head of special projects announced a new way for logging in: electronic tattoos and pills. Both means are in early testing phases, but would eliminate the need to remember passwords in the future.

Mobile

BlackBerry Q10 finally available for Verizon pre-order

The BlackBerry Q10 is now available for pre-order on Verizon's website, with a ship date expected for June 6. The phone will come in both black and white models, the latter being exclusive to Verizon.

Mobile

Think you’re getting a sunburn? The Beauty Sign Plus will let you know

A new gadget can measure the UV index of the sun, plus your skin's current condition, to help you determine when you should get out of the sun. It measures your skin's moisture, oil, and suppleness.

Mobile

Back in the US! Motorola’s Moto X phone will be built in Texas, and come this summer

Motorola announced at today's AllThingsD conference that it would begin production of a new line of products, including a new flagship smartphone, the Moto X. This will be the first time a smartphone is designed and manufactured in the United States.

Mobile

Floome is a stylish breathalyzer that will call a cab for your inebriated self

Floome is a brand new breathalyzer that not only offers extremely accurate blood alcohol level test results, but also a sleek design. The company is hosting an IndieGoGo campaign to help fund its first-run production costs.

Mobile

Watch out Facebook! Amazon now lets users login to other sites and apps

Amazon announced a new service it is releasing which will allow developers to give customers the option to login to websites and apps using their Amazon accounts.

Mobile