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Adobe Advances Mobile Development with CS4

September 23rd, 2008

It’s a Flash developer’s dream – Adobe CS4 is all about simplified and efficient mobile content development. What this means to all you developers wanting to get in on the mobile device market is that Adobe has simplified life for you and will make it easier to test content designed in Adobe Photoshop CS4, Adobe …

It’s Official: Verizon Wireless says contracts are optional

September 22nd, 2008

Last week, we spilled a rumor onto the Internet regarding Verizon Wireless’ new deal for going contract free. Today, VZW has officially announced and confirmed our suspicions — contracts are not necessary for those who want to pay the unsubsidized price for phones or potential subscribers who want to use their existing CDMA devices. The …

New Seesmic app for your Nokia N95

September 22nd, 2008

Seesmic, the quasi-popular video micro-blogging site, just announced the release of their app for the Nokia N95. The app will allow you to record videos with your phone and upload them so you can have video conversations with all your buddies – well, all your buddies who happen to own N95s or are registered on …

Samsung Armani 2 Night Effect: Now with 50% more tackiness

September 22nd, 2008

Gah! What on earth is this? Not happy with the original success, or major lack thereof, of the original Armani phone, Samsung and the apparently gaudy designers are at it again with the “Night Effect.” The name may seem appropriate as it probably looks better “last night than it did this morning,” if you know …

Telekinetic phones in the future?

September 21st, 2008

The possibility of using brain-activated dialing instead of voice seems like a feasible thing of the future. NeuroSky Inc. of San Jose, CA is developing a new technology which will allow people to perform tasks and certain functions on their phones via brainwaves. Talk about crazy! There is already technology that exists where the minds …

T-Mobile 3G coverage maps are live

September 21st, 2008

Woot! The 3G roll out took damn long enough and it’s slowly making its way to a city near you, and now you can find out if your city has ample coverage on T-Mobile’s website. There’s a lot going on with T-Mobile these days with the HTC G1 coming out soon, and now 3G is …

AT&T Cracking Down on iPhone 3G Users who aren’t on iPhone data plans

September 21st, 2008

Thanks to one of our readers, we’re finding out that some iPhone 3G users have somehow managed to get on data plans that aren’t intended for the iPhone 3G. The following is an e-mail that AT&T sent out to this customer regarding usage: Subject: Important information regarding your iPhone 3G The new AT&T – Your …

T-Mobile’s DevPartner Community goes live

September 20th, 2008

Like Apple, T-Mobile will be launching its own app store and the DevPartner Community is now live. T-Mo is going about this the right way and simplifying the process in which developers can release their tools and other applications. Oddly enough, no games are allowed! WTF, mate?! We don’t know what they’re thinking, but we’re pretty sure …

Apple Ultracompact USB Charger Recall

September 20th, 2008

Attention Apple owners and Mac fanboys: Apple has issued a recall yesterday for their Ultra-compact USB chargers. Apparently the prongs have been breaking off and getting stuck in outlets, putting people at risk  of electric shock. Yikes! Apple is advising everyone to stop using them immediately, which is kinda stupid since they won’t be replacing …

Trouble on Wall St. means trouble for manufacturers and carriers

September 20th, 2008

That dude pictured above doesn’t look too happy, and who can blame him? He’s probably a tech geek, if not a Blackberry user who is sharing the worries and woes of the mobile telecommunications industry, which is heavily affected by the current economic downturn. With several banks and financial institutions being bailed out by the …