Posts Tagged ‘Smartphones’
  • Adobe Flash coming to more mobiles in 2010
    by Mike
    Posted October 5th, 2009 at 5:38 am
    Flash, long the sticking point in the move to experience a full desktop-like internet experience on a mobile device is getting closer to becoming a reality for those on the go. As more and more websites incorporate flash into the designs, mobile users get pushed further and further away from the "real" web as it was intended to be experienced. Adobe however has a solution, which they just announced in Adobe Flash 10.1. This new variant will give mobile devices of all platforms (iPhone NOT i...
  • Yell, UK based local search widget coming to Samsung touchscreen devices
    by Mike
    Posted September 22nd, 2009 at 7:34 am
    Are you the type that likes to mix it up a bit? Or, do you happen have a photographic memory that sadly is constantly exposed meaning you often forget important details such as the number or address of a particular business? UK users of Samsung touchscreen mobile phones have a new friend in Yell, a local business search service. The people behind Yell recently tied the knot on a new UK partnership that will bring information on over 2 million local businesses to many Samsung touchscreen dev...
  • Baltimore Police Department on their way to BlackBerry thumb
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 5:41 am
    RIM's little BlackBerry device has enjoyed an explosion in popularity the last 1-2 years thanks to aggressive model refreshes and marketing campaigns. Their push is paying off as the ever popular consumer market is literally eating up these plastic wrapped Berries like none other. A new force has joined club Berry and with their story, can and probably will inspire others like them to adapt a Berry thumb. That force in question is the Baltimore Police Department. The fine young and women...
  • This Thanksgiving, have a turkey and a BlackBerry 9700
    by Mike
    Posted September 2nd, 2009 at 5:29 am
    The wait for a 3G BlackBerry on T-Mobile USA has been a long, long, long road. Watching carrier after carrier steal all of the good speedy devices can certainly become discrouraging after many cold shoulders. However, TMO USA users caught a second wind when it was announced that an upcoming version of the Onyx, the BlackBerry 9700 would be coming to T-Mobile -- with 3G no less! Building upon those previous known tidbits, a claimed reliable source to TMO news is reporting that the TMO 3G tot...
  • Samsung Galaxy/I7500 heading to T-Mobile USA…soon?
    by Mike
    Posted August 27th, 2009 at 5:43 am
    The year isn't over for Android folks. While the MyTouch 3G was already released and may have been the savior many had been waiting for, I along with many others are still waiting for something truly unique that captures our eye. Could it be that the often rumored I7500 in american form is quickly on it's way to the U.S.'s fourth largest carrier? A recent FCC document detailing the passing of a Samsung device packin' Android seems to suggest so, or at least we'd love to think that. Of cour...
  • Android concept makes current products seem downright archaic
    by Mike
    Posted July 10th, 2009 at 6:06 am
    Futuristic design with sleek contours and big touchable screens leave us simply awe-struck. The latest design from Twaiwan based Tryi Yeh is quite possibly the sleekest and coolest mobile device I've gazed upon yet. The all glass front while probably delicate is nothing short of gorgeous. The OLED buttons on the slide out panel is super cool and handy to boot. The only sad part about this phone is that it is still years off. We simply don't have the technologies to make the battery last ...
  • T-Mobile spills the beans about Touch Pro2 via Twitter
    by Mike
    Posted July 8th, 2009 at 5:51 am
    Twitter is quickly becoming the defacto standard for communication in the tech world as it allows instant notification to thousands of people at once. While you sister to breaking news gets shared via Twitter, perhaps the most useful (to geeks anyway) is that of new product announcements. You see, the old way of doing things was to have a formal press release followed by a couple live demos or shows to showcase your companies new product. Heck, now you spend 10 seconds typing out a tweet an...
  • Nokia denies Android Rumors
    by Mike
    Posted July 6th, 2009 at 11:51 am
    As is customary in the corporate world, Nokia has come forth finally relinquished a smattering of words and punctuation in regards to the latest, hottest Nokia rumor going around -- the Nokia/Android team up. According to Nokia: "It ain't happenin' folks" (loosely paraphrased). Of course, Sony is perhaps the greatest deny machine whom repeatedly throughout history has denied rumor after rumor only to have a fairly good amount materialize. So, take these denials with a grain of salt for now....
  • iPhone OS 3.1 to drop before end of July? [Rumor]
    by Mike
    Posted July 2nd, 2009 at 12:51 pm
    With numerous iPhone 3G/S overheating horror stories popping up over the web, tales of slugishness with this new found 3.0 software, and overall bugginess, one would think Apple would want to get on it and issue a fix ASAP. And that is exactly what Apple is doing. Leaked images of beta builds of iPhone OS 3.1 have been making their way around the web the last couple of days bringing with them numerous fixes and enhancements. One recent security hole that was found involving malicious code s...
  • For those of you who think that just because you’re near the top…you’re the best
    by Mike
    Posted July 1st, 2009 at 12:44 pm
    I just got done reading one of, if not the best articles ever written in regards to a company that is losing sight. Boy Genius an avid BlackBerry user has voiced what so many BlackBerry users feel everyday -- that their beloved CrackBerry is awesome in the hardware department. However, the software department is a joke, a downright failure. Now the OS is more than capable...three years ago. Putting it up against your Mobile OS X and Android shows just how behind RIM is in software terms. ...
  • BlackBerry 8520 swoops through FCC
    by Mike
    Posted June 30th, 2009 at 3:14 pm
    While BlackBerry world tends to be filled of tales featuring the latest Berries brimming to the top with gooey feature goodness, some people enjoy the slower pace of life. All of the increasing demands these new features place on the oh so taxed lithium battery within all of them isn't worth it to them. For those people, the BlackBerry 8520 is their Berry. Since it just passed through the FCC, a release is farely close, (read: by August is likely). Since AT&T; has focused more and more on 3...
  • Best Buy: “We want your mobile dollars”
    by Mike
    Posted June 24th, 2009 at 3:37 pm
    Since the original iPhone debuted a little more than two years ago, mobile internet usage has sky rocketed. Naturally, resellers want to get in on this lucrative market and make put a few bennies away in the bank. You may have noticed in recent outings to the well known electronics giant, Best Buy, that their mobile phone section got a relatively large boost in size. It is all part of their grand plan to open 40 new, standalone mobile phone stores in hopes of capturing a bigger chunk of all...
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