Posts Tagged ‘email’
  • HTC Hero going Blue in 2010
    by Mike
    Posted October 20th, 2009 at 5:21 am
    We all knew it was inevitable that AT&T; would eventually jump in on the Android game. Though I'm sure many hoped they'd be a bit more timely and original. A few of you may see AT&T; as milking the iPhone and it's publicity for all it's worth. While others may believe AT&T; was simply waiting for the right handset to launch Android with. On that note, details of an HTC Hero launch on AT&T; in early 2010 are building, leading to what we all suspected -- that AT&T; will finally launch an Android ha...
  • Oh snap: Thousands of Hotmail passwords leaked online. [Update]
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 9:23 am
    **Update 4: Looks like this just became everybody's problem...Read more here... If you pride yourself in being a Windows based (, and email user, now's the time to possibly think about changing your password. You see, an anonymous user at (a site that allows developers to share code) apparently uploaded the passwords of thousands of Hotmail users on October 1st. Not exactly great news to start your Monday morning to, I know. Naturally stayin...
  • Verizon bound Motorola Sholes gets new name, specs.
    by Mike
    Posted October 1st, 2009 at 5:47 pm
    Well well well. Verizon junkies and Android hopefuls have something to get all hot and bothered over tonight. First up, the Motorola Sholes as it has been called up until this point apparently has a new name: "Droid". I know, you're thinking "how original". The name whether it is Motorola Sholes, Motorola Droid, or whatever else they decide to call it is irrelevant as all we really care about is the specs. What's it packin'? 3.7" 854×480 WVGA capacitive screen (Awesome!) ARM Cortex 500...
  • Satellite/Cellular Hybrid phone coming to AT&T
    by Mike
    Posted September 30th, 2009 at 12:25 pm
    Want to make a call or send a text but can't because your normal AT&T; phone keeps dropping calls? *Soon* you'll be able to look no further than the Genus. A love child created between new found partners TeraStar and AT&T; are aimed at bringing expanded coverage to remote areas via satellite. The handset will allow users to "seamlessly" switch between satellite and cellular networks without hiccup. While the Genus is being marketed towards more government and utility companies, AT&T; and TeraSt...
  • Sprint does one for the little guy. Drops Touch Pro2 down to $199 [Update]
    by Mike
    Posted September 30th, 2009 at 8:06 am
    Even though I'm not very well versed (read: not at all) in the Windows Mobile world, the Touch Pro2 is a striking handset with good looking hardware and some pretty decent specs to boot. The sky high price tag a couple retailers such as Sprint and T-Mobile were charging was a huge sticking point however. Sure the TP2 is a good phone, but is it $349 good? Many and I would venture to say most would claim "No". Noticing the math error, Sprint has gone ahead and restored some sense of civility t...
  • Apples rumored iTablet gets more compelling evidence, feature list.
    by Mike
    Posted September 29th, 2009 at 8:42 am
    So far I've held off on really mentioning anything about the iTablet because so often rumors have come and gone with no tangible object in site. Not to mention, such rumors just drum false hope and drama. However, a new light has been cast on this much sought after gadget by way of a treasure trove of information that highlights some of the best features of the tablet that may or may not exist. Continue on inside for the full rundown... (more...)...
  • About that Verizon != Pre thing….*just kidding*
    by Mike
    Posted September 25th, 2009 at 1:30 pm can't always get them right. And this one we apparently did not. Following yesterdays reporting from multiple sources that for reasons unknown, Verizon was going to pass on the Palm Pre are looking to be a bit...well..false. Several respectable sources such as The Street and Deutsche Bank’s Jonathan Goldberg are saying yesterdays scare doesn't have much weight. Mr. Goldberg in particular stressed that the Verizon/Pre fallout wasnt accurate and that demand is still healthy enough ...
  • Bad: Paid Pre apps delayed. Good: Pre iTunes sync coming back.
    by Mike
    Posted September 25th, 2009 at 9:33 am
    Well well well. If it isn't Palm and the Pre in the news again. We love hearing good stories and often dread the "but there's a bad part" part. It appears the roller coast Palm Pre owners have been on as of late isn't about to stop anytime soon. First, as not to spoil the fun, and because the best always goes last, we'll start with the bad. Bad: The Paid Pre apps and webOS update are delayed until a future date -- obviously -- (next week?). The update will be 1.2.1. And now the good...
  • Facebook 1.6 for BlackBerry released. Brings OS 5.0 compatibility. OS 5.0 imminent?
    by Mike
    Posted September 23rd, 2009 at 5:52 am
    Sometimes, being on the up and up of technology means having to go without. Without your favorite accessory, your favorite theme/skin, or your favorite application. In the case of those loyal BlackBerry users who chuckle at constant reports of OS 5.0 "coming soon" as they've been using it for many weeks now, their cold hard reality of being that tech savvy has meant going without certain applications. Applications that currently aren't compatible with the leaked beta versions of BB OS 5.0 flo...
  • Real PUSH finally graces Gmail service for all.
    by Mike
    Posted September 22nd, 2009 at 11:42 am
    The bread and butter of BlackBerry is the robust messaging capabilities, especially the push email. So far, no one has replicated the ease or efficiency that RIM has brought forth with their little wonder Berry. Those lucky CrackBerry users were part of only a few select groups which had access to push Gmail. That was until today. Mark it in your calendars folks, today is the day Gmail become a much more useful email service. Freshly announced via their mobile blog, users of iPhone, Windo...
  • Sony Xperia X3 gets unboxed!
    by Mike
    Posted September 21st, 2009 at 12:26 pm
    One of the most lusted after Android handsets on many Android fans' lists is that of the Sony Xperia X3. While the X2 is still brand spanking new and not even available yet, the X3 brings in a much nicer looking and functional Android core, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, and that much hyped "Rachel UI" that have many second guessing their current phone of choice. So far, the unverified specs for the X3 include: 4" WVGA display 1GHz Snapdragon processor Android Donut 8.1 megapixel camera w/ L...
  • Xperia X2 dominance short lived? Android powered Xperia X3 coming early 2010?
    by Mike
    Posted September 17th, 2009 at 6:21 am
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