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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Sprint unveils Vital, new exclusive phone on sale June 14

Sprint announced that its newest phone, the Vital, will be available for sale starting June 14, in time for Father's Day. The phone has been given platinum certification by Underwriters Laboratory Environment.
Mobile

Lenovo enters the affordable tablet market with the A Series

Lenovo unveiled its new A Series tablets, a collection of affordable devices. Two of the three models are currently available for pre-order, while the third, middle-of-the-road model is still not yet available.
Mobile

Intel wants in on mobile: Claims Silvermont processor outshines ARM’s top chip

Intel announced that it will soon be releasing a new processor that it claims will be the best on the market, topping even ARM, found in most smartphones. Using Silvermont technology, more performance-enhancing circuitry was able to be…
Android Army

Sony Xperia Z to join the Google Edition club, and Moto X will be a standalone device

Sony's Xperia Z may join the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One as a trio of Google Edition smartphones offered through the Google Play Store. It's expected to be available for purchase in July.
Mobile

Heard of Tizen? It may just become one of the top five operating systems this year

Tizen, one of a handful of open source operating systems debuting this year, will quickly become one of the top five in the world, according to on analyst. However, the dominance of Android and iOS will mean that it will still have a small…
Mobile

Nokia’s 41-megapixel Lumia phone shell seen in leaked photos

It was less than a month ago that we reported about the rumored Nokia Lumia EOS (Electro-Optical System) smartphone, a device that could be a homerun for the comeback manufacturer because of its rumored 41-megapixel camera. Since we’re…
Mobile

BlackBerry to sell new flagship touch phone, the A10, by the holidays

BlackBerry is will be replacing its current flagship phone, the Z10, with a brand new top tier device, the A10, by the 2013 holiday season. This release will let the company offer newer devices across three levels of affordability.
Mobile

Customize your phone with these E Ink cases

Gajah, an electronics manufacturing company, introduced customizable smartphone cases with E-Ink displays on the rear. The accessories will first hit markets abroad; no word on whether they'll make their way to the U.S.
Mobile

Nvidia introduces smart, pressure sensitive stylus for Tegra 4

NVIDIA today announced a new technology that will allow stylus users to passively change thickness of lines by simply applying varying pressure. The same technology will also seamlessly switch to eraser mode just by using the opposite, flat…
Mobile

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.
Android Army

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…
Mobile

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.