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Official Google Voice application for iPhone lands in App Store

November 16th, 2010

The day hath cometh. Today, an official — Google made — Google Voice application landed in Apple’s iOS App Store. The new program, which requires and iPhone and iOS 3.0 or higher, offers push notifications of text messages and voicemails and allows users to access GV’s settings and dialer directly from their device. If you’re …

Twitter updates Android client to version 1.0.5, includes iOS UI elements

November 3rd, 2010

Social networking site Twitter has just rolled out a new version of their Android mobile client. The new version offers several UI enhancements, including several of the gestures and features present in the company’s iOS offering: • Pull to Refresh: This popular feature, which was first available through our iPhone app, functions just as it …

AT&T says T-Mobile’s fake 4G network isn’t the biggest

November 3rd, 2010

AT&T released an official statement Wednesday regarding T-Mobile’s recent claims about 4G. AT&T’s problem was a bit different than ours… you know, that all 4G talk is bogus right now. Instead AT&T pointed out that T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network is in fact not the largest in the country. Instead, AT&T possesses the biggest HSPA+ network — …

BlackBerry OS 6 for BlackBerry Bold 9700 leaks

November 2nd, 2010

We normally don’t cover BlackBerry operating system leaks, but we figured we’d make an exception. Why? Well, since we showed the world BlackBerry 6 on our 9700, people have been begging, emailing, and stalking us for it. The OS that just leaked is newer than the one we have been running on our Bold, and …

PwnageTool 4.1 now available for your pwning pleasure

October 20th, 2010

The Dev Team announced in a blog post today that the latest version of its iPhone hacking tool is now available. PwnageTool 4.1 does exactly what the name might suggest — it pwns iOS 4.1. Currently available for Mac computers only, the Dev Team’s latest creation will jailbreak any of of the following devices running …

Nintendo and Netflix bring disc-free streaming to the Wii

October 18th, 2010

If you’ve got a network connected Wii and a Netflix account with streaming capabilities, today is your lucky day. Via a press release, Nintendo and Netflix announced that U.S. and Canadian subscribers will be able to download and install software directly to their Wii consoles to allow Instant Queue streaming. Previously, the Wii console required a Netflix …

Angry Birds for Android available… for free

October 15th, 2010

Hey Android, Angry Bird fans… want to know why you’ll have a leg up on the rest of the Angry Bird-playing smartphone world? You’re version of Angry Birds is free! Rovio has just released the addicting, airborne-avian, game via site GetJar for the irresistible price of $0. Hit the jump to check out Rovio’s full …

Skype 5.0 launches, adds Facebook integration and group video

October 14th, 2010

Today, internet calling giant Skype announced that the new version of its Windows client — Skype 5.0 — is now available to the general public. The new code brings with it a cleaner, redesigned interface, automatic call recovery, Facebook integration, and group video chat. The new software is available as we type at skype.com; there …