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LG’s VX8800 and LG VX10000 live shots!

September 5th, 2007

Are you an LG fan with a chip on your shoulder? Brush it off, cause we’ve got some brand new LG shots to make your day. First up is the LG VX10000, which you might remember from a little while back. This device is set to replace the current LG enV as the Verizon messaging phone …

Palm cancels Foleo!

September 4th, 2007

We did not see this one coming. Palm’s infinitely-wise CEO Ed Colligan has just made a public statement, announcing that the company has decided not to release the Foleo Mobile Companion in its current configuration. While his statement certainly left the possibility of a future Foleo release open, it seems like this might be the …

Another PS3 price cut forthcoming?

September 4th, 2007

As 60GB PS3’s start to die off, speculation is abounding about the $499 price tag. Will Sony let it disappear? Will the 80GB version start sporting this price? Perhaps an "added value" bundle is in the works. Regardless of which Sony chooses (if any), the hot new rumor from simExchange is that they’ll make some kind …

MobileChat brings better IM to the iPhone!

September 4th, 2007

What a glorious day in iPhone land. ApolloIM, we still love you! While they were the first to bring a native IM application to the iPhone, they are by no means alone in the quest. Fresh on the scene is this new app from programmers twenty08. Their new native application, cleverly named MobileChat, is a …

Verizon offers new senior citizen plan

September 4th, 2007

Wow. First the Coupe, and then this? Is Verizon trying to cash in on the older demographic? We think yes. The carrier has just announced a new wireless rate plan, cleverly entitled America’s Choice 65 Plus. For $30 a month subscribers receive 200 anytime minutes, 500 night and weekend minutes, and unlimited mobile to mobile. …

Verizon announces the Coupe

September 4th, 2007

With the growing trend of packing more and more functionality into cell phones, it’s almost comforting to see a carrier drop an ultra simple phone dedicated to nothing more than, you know, making phone calls. Sounds crazy, right? Verizon announced the Coupe today, a phone that features little more than a tip calculator, world clock, …

Apple iPhone two months later: Personal impressions

September 4th, 2007

What is the most hyped-up consumer device to ever launch? If you said the i-mate JAQ, you’re wrong. It’s the Apple iPhone, and it has taken the general public by storm. People who would normally never ever consider buying an Apple product have went out and bought one (believe me, I conned 6 non-Apple users …

Apple iPhone outsells all smartphones in July

September 4th, 2007

Reuters came out with a news story with statistical data by iSuppli claiming that both Apple’s iPhone models, the 4GB and 8GB out sold RIM’s whole BlackBerry lineup, the entire Palm line, and also any single smartphone that Motorola, Nokia, or Samsung had to offer. This accounted for 1.8% of all mobile phones sold in …

Google patents SMS payment system

September 4th, 2007

Whether this is a sign of things to come from the "upcoming" Google Phone, or just a good idea remains to be seen, but we’ll take what we can get. Google has recently been granted a U.S. patent for a system that will allow mobile phone users to pay for goods and services by way …

Apollo IM updated again

September 4th, 2007

Ok, we know. But still, anyone fiendin’ for some AIM love on their iPhone has found a match made in heaven, so to speak. There have been countless updates to this application, and the best one…you ready…sound and vibrate alerts! Currently a limitation in Safari for web apps, this native iPhone Instant Messaging application finally …