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.

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.

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

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.
Health & Fitness

Mediatek announces host of new hardware for IoT, wearable devices

MediaTek is firing up CES 2016 with three new chipsets, designed to provide a host of functionality to devices of all shapes and sizes in 2016. The chipsets will support this year's latest wearables, IoT command centers, and new enhanced…

How HTC went from smartphone trailblazer to barely breathing

From its early successes in smartphones to its epic rise to the top of the Android world and fast crash back to Earth, no company has a sadder story than HTC. Does it have what it takes to make a comeback?
Buying Guides

Grab the gear you’ve been waiting all year for with the best Cyber Monday deals

Get ready for the biggest online shopping day of the year with our handy guide to all the best Cyber Monday deals.

New Raspberry Pi Zero micro computer is smaller, faster, and costs $5 2:44

The new Raspberry Pi Zero has launched for the holidays and instantly sold out. Costing just $5, it is more powerful and less expensive than the older Raspberry Pi. It is a full-blown programmable computer that can run Linux.

12 essential apps to navigate the Black Friday maelstrom

If you're about to brave the Black Friday crowds, you best be prepared. These 9 apps will help you streamline and save during your Black Friday deals hunt. We've got you and your car covered, no worries.

How to find your lost Android, iPhone, or other smartphone

Need to know how to find a lost cell phone? We’ll help you locate your lost or stolen cell phone and get your life back on track.

Customize your Android phone with the best 10 launchers, lockscreens, and more

After a while, looking at the same old homescreen can get a bit boring. Here are a few ways you can freshen things up on your Android device. We've got the 10 best launchers, cool widgets, lockscreen apps, and more suggestions.

Microsoft Surface Book vs. HP Spectre x360: The PC laptop showdown

Which two-in-one PC will reign supreme? Here's a look at the new Surface Book stacked up against HP's own premium 360-degree laptop, the Spectre X360. Both devices are vying for your wallets, but which one is right for you?