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  • BlackBerry OS 5.0 update
    by Mike
    Posted September 16th, 2009 at 7:07 am
    While I criticized RIM pretty hard, the addict in me still looks favorably on the old friend as I long for something new and exciting. 5.0 was supposed to be launched Aug/Sept according to several pieces of documentation that circulated over the summer. Obviously August is gone and September is quickly heading that way. So what now? We wait longer. According to RIM as they talked tireless at several BlackBerry symposium events, 5.0 for the enterprise and developer networks is already starti...
  • iTwinge gets all physical with your trusty digits
    by Mike
    Posted September 16th, 2009 at 5:27 am
    One of the main draws to the iPhone is the touchscreen only design making it smaller as well as giving users access to countless keyboards and languages without the need for costly hardware changes. However, some people still want a bit more physical interaction in their lives. Introducing the iTwinge. For those of you who just simply must have something to touch, this little doo dad slips over the bottom half of the iPhone that is normally displaying a keyboard and gives you something a li...
  • Afraid of spying eyes? Want a BlackBerry Tour? Sprint has your back.
    by Mike
    Posted September 14th, 2009 at 12:10 pm
    Consumers and consumer based smartphones are dominating in the current market. But that doesn't mean devices marketed towards corporate users are going away anytime soon. While the recent adoption of cameras on just about every BlackBerry (save for the camera-less 8350i and Bold), cameras seemed to be infiltrating ever nook and cranny of RIM's product line. That is hardly the case though as a newcomer featuring one less piece of glass is very soon coming to Sprint: a camera-less 9630 Tour. ...
  • Digital Pro [BlackBerry Theme]
    by Mike
    Posted September 10th, 2009 at 8:52 am
    Hedone Design seems to be keeping a break neck pace on the theme front as they are churning out incredibly rich themes fairly often. Hey, I'm not complaining, I like change. The coolest part about their latest theme, "Digital Pro", is that it takes a more reserved approach as to not embarrass at the office. Even if you don't work in a stuffy, cold cubicle in some dark corner, this theme is sharp. Interested parties have two options with Digital Pro: V1 or V2. V1 features 6 user-customizab...
  • Palm Pixie coming to a Sprint store near you
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 5:17 am
    If you're down with WebOS and can't wait for the next iteration, want a smaller version of the Pre, or simply have been holding off on all of this webOS business until more devices come out of Palm HQ, I'm happy to say your wait can now officially be over. Introducing the Palm Pixie, the smaller, slider-less version of the Pre. Featuring a more standard candybar design, the Pixie (a.k.a. Eos) houses a smaller 2.63" touchscreen on the front fascia of this equally sleek device. CDMA and EV-DO...
  • HTC Tattoo (Click) comes toting Android, oozes of averageness.
    by Mike
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 5:55 am
    Those of you looking to get into the Android game though want something a little on the cheaper side, the HTC Tattoo (Click) may be the device to ease you in to the Android pool. While I say mid-range based on initial specs, the price which should soon come will be the deciding factor. The price, which comes in at a fairly affordable $0.00 on contract means Android now has more of a chance than ever to come to all. As far as the specs go however, there isn't really anything to get too excit...
  • TouchPro 2 to land on Verizon for $199.99? Sprint and T-Mobile weep…
    by Mike
    Posted September 4th, 2009 at 12:32 pm
    If you've got a message to send to your competition, undercutting their pricing scheme by a good $100-$150 on one of the most popular WinMo handsets on the market seems to be a good start. While T-Mobile and Sprint both took the higher road and priced their HTC TouchPro 2 WinMo powered handsets at $350, Verizon, according to a reliable BGR source, will be launching an all out assault with extremely aggressive pricing. How aggressive you ask? Try $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate. Yikes! ...
  • Another reason to never venture into a Sprint store: Best Buy Mobile giving you HTC Hero for $180 flat
    by Mike
    Posted September 4th, 2009 at 9:19 am
    If you're even remotely interested in Android, chances are the HTC Hero coming to Sprint has you all in a dizzy. Hardware that received a gorgeous face lift for Sprint, an already awesome mobile OS that is only going to get better and internals that are up to the job, the HTC Hero is the hottest Android device that isn't too far from release. While going through a pesky $100 MIR will get you down to that nice attractive $180 price point, going to any Sprint store will require you to lay down a...
  • Gmail gets a couple new themes
    by Mike
    Posted September 4th, 2009 at 6:06 am
    The geeks of this world who love change, design, and eye candy and also happen to be users of Gmail will be pleasantly pleased to know that a few new themes have popped up in the themes section: Orcas Island, Turf, and High Score. Obviously, the blatant Nintendo look-alike isn't called "Nintendo" because of various copyright lawsuits that would result almost immediately. If you're a retro gamer or dig the look, have at it. Though be warned, the retro look does make reading anything pretty...
  • Would AT&T be more diverse, more reliable, and less crap without the iPhone?
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 12:05 pm
    On my journey through my ever bloated RSS reader, I stumbled upon a post on Gearlog that really made me stop and think. I sit here day in and day out reading story after story with some tie to either Apple, the iPhone, or AT&T.; More often than not, poor network performance is the center headline drawing me in. The fact that Apple's Jesus phone is causing AT&T; to stutter is an understatement. Heck, even major news publications such as the New York Times are starting to notice. One thing I ...
  • HTC and Sprint come together to announce their Android based baby swaddled in plastic.
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 9:30 am
    Android junkies have no doubt been following the HTC Hero -- one of the most anticipated Android devices of 2009. While we, the electronically informed knew of it's coming long ago, HTC and Sprint have officially come forward to give us all some set in stone confirmation. Starting October 11th for a rather affordable $179.99 after your typical hodge podge of various discounts, the HTC can be your one true love. As you can see from the image to the left, the Sprint version of the Hero got a ra...
  • BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac…….LEAKED!
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 6:03 am
    Building off of the previous story: If you're a Mac user and are tired of years of neglect from RIM, today is your day. The to stop by the Mac portion of RIM's sitespecifically dedicated to the upcoming features of a more official release of Desktop Manager for Mac. Let us know how it goes...downloading as we type! Downloaded! **During the install, i received a message about some missing file, however I was so eager that I didn't even read further. Clicking on, Desktop Manager install...
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