About Brad Ward

Residing in Eastern Michigan, Brad is a lover of all-things Android. Technology has always been a fascination for Brad, which has led to an interesting in writing. His first phone was the Motorola Atrix 2. He currently works at The Droid Guy and enjoys gaming, weightlifting, reading, creating ideas and watching start ups.

Brad has written 1138 articles so far, you can find them below.

HTC November 2012 Sales Not Looking Good From Previous Year

We all know how well HTC and Verizon Wireless’ new Droid DNA is doing, but despite it’s popularity, HTC’s profit continues to go down into the pit, which has put the company in a larger financial hole than they had originally expected. According to a report from Reuters, HTC’s consolidated November sales were T$21.23 billion.

Consumer Reports Shows Verizon Wireless Customer’s As The Happiest

Consumer Reports has just published their annual customer satisfaction rankings for the United States mobile carriers. The new rankings show Verizon Wireless customers as the happiest, while AT&T has been scored the lowest out of the four major carriers (I can personally vouch for this, as their customer service is terrible!). These rankings are all


HTC Gets New Marketing Chief

HTC announced today that a new head of marketing would be joining the company in January of 2013, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Benjamin Ho is a former CMO of Motorola who is currently in charge of marketing at a Taiwanese carrier known as FarEasTone. Ho will be reporting directly to

Chrome For Android Updated

The Android variant of Google Chrome has been updated to fix a few stability issues, according to Google. This news comes just a little while after Google announced on their Google+ page that the company would be bringing the mobile Chrome versions up to speed with the desktop versions by early next year. Right now,

Draw Something Re-Review

Available On: Android, iOS Price; Free, Micro transactions Download: Google Play | iTunes I’ve reviewed Draw Something in the past, but since then I’ve been able to get a Samsung Galaxy Note II, which comes with the S-Pen. It turns out that the S-Pen works extraordinarily well with Draw Something, and actually makes the game insanely

Coupon Apps That Will Help You Save Money

Over the past two years, grocery store prices have increased drastically. So have stores that offer your basic needs as well. Thanks to smartphone apps, all of that extra money does not need to go flying out of your bank account. Finding coupons and discounts can be a bit time consuming, especially when you’re doing

Amazon Says Black Friday Weekend Kindle Sales Doubled From Last Year

Amazon is saying that their Kindle sales have nearly doubled over this Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. That’s great! Unfortunately, Amazon isn’t going to be releasing their sales figures for their Kindles, so we won’t get to see statistics side-by-side from last year’s Black Friday weekend. In addition to that, Amazon isn’t even saying

Sony Finishes SDK With A Final Add-On

Sony just launched their Tablet SDK (Software Development Kit) add-on, which has completed the entirety of their SDK. With this pack, developers will now be able to manipulate some of the special features that are found in Sony tablets. These “special features” include windowed small apps that are found on the Xperia Tablet S. This

Rhapsody Launches New Song Matching App “SongMatch”

If you are looking for a good song matching app that isn’t SoundHound or Shazam, then Rhapsody may have just launched something you would be interested in. The app they’ve launched is called SongMatch. While it’s a free download and you really don’t need a Rhapsody subscription to play around the app, it’s best that

AT&T Motorola Atrix 4G To Get a New Software Update Soon

Motorola has announced, through their Motorola Owners’ Forums and Motorola Feedback Network, that they are looking for testers for a software update that will be headed to the Motorola Atrix 4G. The e-mail did not say what was included in the upcoming update, but many have hopes that it will be Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich


LG France Director Addresses Nexus 4 Supplies

We’ve seen a lot of controversy regarding Nexus 4 production. Rumors even began to spread that LG was halting Nexus 4 production entirely. More recently, LG told the Korean press that they have had no issues with supplies on their end. Today, an interview with Cathy Robin, LG Mobile France’s director, may just give us

Nexus 4 Charging Orb Spotted On Swedish Retailer

The Nexus 4 is certainly an outstanding smartphone, but the one thing that has been driving consumers nuts is the fact that we have seen little to nothing on the wireless charging orb since the Nexus 4’s launch. A sparkle of hope surfaced today, as the charging orb has surfaced on Swedish retailer Dustin Home


Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus Launching In the Coming Months

A new leak hints that Samsung might be preparing to launch the Galaxy Pocket Plus, the successor to the budget-oriented Galaxy Pocket, very soon. The rumor claims Samsung will release the device globally within the first half of 2013. The Pocket Plus, much like the Galaxy Pocket, is aimed at the low-end prepaid market, but

Samsung Galaxy S III Receiving Jelly Bean On AT&T

AT&T users rejoice! The Jelly Bean update for AT&T’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III is finally available to download over the air! It’s been a extremely long wait as Jelly Bean has been available to the AT&T Galaxy S III via Samsung’s Kies desktop software since early December, but many don’t want to

Apple Extends Installment Payment Service To Chinese Customers

Apple is looking to make it easier for Chinese customers to pay for their products. No doubt this is an effort to make money off of low-income customers and isn’t a heart-felt option to help prevent Chinese customers from selling their organs in order to purchase the latest and greatest from Apple. Apple has posted to its Chinese web site