Joshua Sherman

Joshua Sherman

Former Digital Trends Contributor
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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How to turn your smartphone into a spy camera or baby monitor

You don't need to spend a fortune if you're looking to monitor your home or child. In fact, simply retrofitting your old iPhone or Android device with the right app will allow you keep tabs while you're away.
Mobile

Your wireless carriers are doing better, and we have the numbers to prove it

You know them; you hate them. Wireless carriers are rated among the worst companies, but they're doing better by their customers compared to a few years ago. We've crunched the numbers. Here's how much better off we are.
Mobile

The must-have Pebble Time apps, watch faces, and games for your wrist

The cool thing about the Pebble watch is that it has third-party app support. It can't hold very many, so you have to choose well. We've picked 36 of favorite apps, games, and watch faces for you to choose from.
Mobile

Master the art of accepting credit cards with these payment processors

Mobile payment processors and card readers are the greatest way to accept payments from the palm of your hand, but which one is right for you? Check out our comparison of Square, Dwolla, and five others platforms for a closer look at the…
Mobile

Earthquuuake! This app could warn you before the next big one hits

The odds of a major earthquake hitting the west coast in the coming years are high, and UC Berkeley Seismology lab is teaming up with the United States Geologic Service to create an app that will warn people about imminent earthquakes.
Mobile

The ZTE Grand X Max 2 is an 8-core phablet that costs just $200

ZTE is back with another bargain phablet called the ZTE Grand X Max 2 for those interested in an 8-core smartphone with two rear cameras for only $200.