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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Gaming

New Trailer for The Order: 1886, features zombie werewolf

A new trailer was revealed at Sony's E3 press event for The Order: 1886. The trailer shows off a new mythical monster that the Knights of the Round Table will face off in combat.
Gaming

LittleBigPlanet 3 revealed at Sony’s E3 event, focuses on co-op

LittleBigPlanet is back and this time it's on the PS4, featuring four characters, co-op puzzles and backward-compatible support for millions of levels, all coming to the PS4 for the holiday season
Gaming

Ubisoft wants to get you moving, dancing, and doing pushups with two new games

Ubisoft is ready to get people moving more than ever featuring two new kinds of movement-oriented games. One is a Just Dance port for your smartphone, the other a fitness games for consoles.
Gaming

Square Enix reveals Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, a four-player co-op game

Lara Croft is back in another game outside of the major 2013 reboot. This version, called Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, is an action platform game for next-gen consoles and the PC
Gaming

Here is one Redditor’s guide to watching E3 online today

E3 is just getting started, and in case you were wondering, yes there is a drinking game for the convention's major press events. We're at least hoping most of these gaffs don't come true this week.
Mobile

Sprint is finalizing plans to buy T-Mobile for $32 billion

There has been speculation for months about a deal coming forward between T-Mobile and Sprint. That deal may be closer than ever to reality and total a whopping $32 billion to buy T-Mobile USA
Mobile

There’s a $18,000 bounty for anyone who can root a Galaxy S5 on Verizon and AT&T

So far there is no way to root a Galaxy S5 from AT&T or Verizon due to a carrier lock. However there's a huge bounty of more than $17,000 for whoever finds a way to get the devices rooted.
Mobile

LG gets laser-focused about the G3’s camera, claims it is faster than blink of eye

With its new G3, LG claims the camera's autofocus system is faster than the blink of an eye, thanks to the use of laser technology. We take a look at how the system works.
Mobile

The highs, lows, and uncertain future of T-Mobile as the ‘Uncarrier’

T-Mobile has been calling itself the Uncarrier of the wireless industry. 18 months later, is this really the case or is it all just a big markeitng move to win over customers and please investors?
Mobile

Looking for a Mother’s Day gift? Why not put your baby pics in Times Square

Mother's Day is this Sunday and that means its time to scramble for gifts. The digital signage firm Aerva is offering a special option this Mother's Day. Tweet or e-mail a baby picture and it will appear in Times Square
Mobile

Battle of the Godzilla phones: Who’s king of the Android monsters?

With three massive 7-inch smartphones on the market, the era of fat phablets is upon us as we try to hold these monsters in our hands and make calls. The question though remains: Which one is the best?