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Apple unveils Snow Leopard with all its guts and glory

June 8th, 2009

Always mindful of its competition, Apple comes right out of the gate saying that Windows 7 is just Microsoft’s tool to get them out of a hole — that it’s nothing more than just a new version of Vista. Ouch. Pot shots aside, Snow Leopard is on today’s menu and it doesn’t look to disappoint. …

T-M0b!le h@x0red?

June 8th, 2009

One thing consumers always seem to worry about is electronic security, especially when it comes to places like mobile carriers where a lot of sensitive information is stored. Although unconfirmed, there have been reports that T-Mobile’s infrastructure has been hacked and proprietary operating data, customer databases and financial records became vulnerable. T-Mobile hasn’t made any …

Opera 9.7 Beta now available for Windows Mobile devices

June 8th, 2009

As Opera continues to chip away at its competition and gain mobile market share, you can bet it’s not resting on any laurels. The software company has just released its 9.7 Beta version for Windows Mobile and promises to render pages faster and with better compression. The new version also includes Opera Widgets manager. Do …

Google Chrome finally available for Mac, but not recommended for download

June 6th, 2009

Lots of Google fans who are using Mac computers have been waiting for what feels like ages for Chrome. Well, it’s finally here. The only catch is that Google doesn’t recommend downloading it right now. Say what? That’s right, it’s still in very early stages and it’s actually not for general consumption just yet. So …

T-Mobile cuts handset prices, no MIR necessary!

June 5th, 2009

The folks over at T-Mobile can be a little unpredictable sometimes. First, the company ditched the handset upgrade fee only to bring it back just a short while later. Then, out of the blue, new smartphone purchases absolutely had to be accompanied with data plans. When will the insanity stop? Luckily, T-Mo’s newest bag of …

Apple introducing six new versions of iPhone; iPod nano update imminent?

May 26th, 2009

With WWDC just around the corner, iPhone rumors continue to spike as expected. This time, word is that there will be a few variants to Apple’s smartphone; six, to be exact. As speculated before, it will come in two storage capacities as it always has — presumably 16GB and 32GB this time around. The rumored …

Virgin Mobile broadband card to be carried by Best Buy

May 22nd, 2009

You know everyone has a mobile broadband card when Virgin Mobile is going to be carrying one… We just got word, and this screenshot, from one of our ninjas saying Best Buy is going to be carrying the data card starting June 14th. Just like everything else from Virgin Mobile, there will apparently be a …

Sprint to sell Palm Pre to a lucky few one day early

May 21st, 2009

If being an early adopter means anything to you, we hope you pre-registered for a Pre. We’re hearing that, along with the Palm Pre launch party, those who pre-registered for the new device will be able to buy one on June 5 at 6:00PM. We know that major cities will be having a party for …

Palm Pre Launch Party for Sprint Premier Customers

May 19th, 2009

This morning Sprint announced that the highly anticipated Palm Pre will be launched on June 6 for $199.99 with MIR after a two-year contract. Just now we got word that a special launch party will be hosted by Sprint for the coming handset, which arrives at retail stores the very next day. If you’re a …