Joshua Sherman

Joshua Sherman

Joshua Sherman is a contributor for Digital Trends who writes about all things mobile from Apple to Zynga. Josh pulls his knowledge from years of experience using smartphones and tablets of all shapes and sizes, and has had his content featured on other top sites like MakeUseOf. Josh is a student at Vassar College.
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Mobile

You say you want a revolution? Digital wallets are about to bring one

Big banks, tech giants, and startups are fighting to build the digital wallet of the future. They're writing apps, designing smart cards, and revamping everything in calculated efforts to win our hearts and earn our trust. Whether you're…
Mobile

You can finally buy Samsung's gorgeous Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in stores

Ready to get a Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge in your hand? Here are the carriers and retailers that are launching the smartphone. The phones are now available to buy in stores as well as online.
Mobile

Fun, paint-splattered HTC Desire 530 proves funky design doesn’t need to cost a fortune

The HTC Desire 530 may not be the most expensive or most powerful phone out there, but it does have a fun and funky design that's not only unusual, but also unique to each device. We check it out.
Mobile

MasterCard partners with Coin to provide secure mobile payments solutions

MasterCard is looking to improve its relationship out in the mobile payments space, and has partnered with Coin and WiseKey to improve security and ease of use in making mobile payments using wearables.
Mobile

Newly leaked images show the Galaxy S7 Edge in black, gold, and white at every angle 2:41

Samsung might introduce a 6-inch Galaxy S7 Plus to go along with a 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge, and a 5.1-inch Galaxy S7. An FCC filing confirms the S7 Edge's battery capacity to be 3,600mAh.
Computing

Think your processor is quick? It has nothing on this 7GHz, overclocked Intel Skylake

How fast is your computer's CPU? One Hong Kong overclocker managed to push his new Skylake CPU beyond 7GHz, a record for Intel's latest processor generation.
Mobile

This is why feel-good ads dominate the Super Bowl

Super Bowl 50 is set to be one of the most-watched TV events in U.S. history, and one of its biggest attractions will be its commercials. But what makes a Super Bowl ad work? And why are serious ads so rare? We ask the experts.
Mobile

Is your phone conflict free? If it's from Apple or Samsung, no, says Amnesty International

Do you own a conflict phone? You probably do, according to Amnesty International's latest report. The organization accuses several big smartphone makers -- including Apple, Samsung, and Huawei -- of making phones with conflict minerals.
Mobile

Coming soon to your local library: Wireless hotspots you can borrow for free

Libraries are always conjuring up new ways to help their communities, and in a few libraries across America, the latest service being offered is free, mobile Internet access through wireless hotspots that patrons can borrow.
Gaming

Saving frames and saving lives at this year’s AGDQ, a week-long charity gaming marathon

Saving frames, killing animals, AGDQ 2016 has it all for gamers looking to watch their favorite games. Here's a look at the week-long marathon and what it hopes to offer viewers
Mobile

T-Mobile CEO John Legere responds to Binge On outrage from customers, EFF

T-Mobile is in a bit of a spat over Binge On, its zero-rated video streaming service, over concerns that it's more of a throttling service than anything else. CEO John Legere posted a video on YouTube to dispel concerns.