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Shazam gives Android users unlimited tagging in 2011, Shazam Friends

April 28th, 2011

Shazam and eBay have teamed up to offer Android users a nice freebie. From now until January 1, 2012, Android Shazam users can enjoy unlimited song tagging without having to buy Shazam Encore. “This is the first exclusive App sponsorship deal agreed by eBay anywhere in the world, and the first time Shazam has selected a partner …

Apple exonerated in Cover Flow patent case

April 5th, 2011

A federal judge ruled on Monday that Apple, Inc. did not infringe upon the patents of company Mirror Worlds in the creation of its Cover Flow interface. Mirror Worlds filed its initial lawsuit in 2008, claiming that Apple copied technologies protected by its “document stream operating system” filing from 2004. Back in 2010, a U.S. …

AT&T to support mobile hotspot feature for iPhone in iOS 4.3

March 3rd, 2011

While speaking with blog Phone Scoop, AT&T spokesperson Seth Bloom acknowledged his company’s plans to support the mobile hotspot feature available in iOS 4.3. “To utilize this feature, customers will need to subscribe to the DataPro 4GB, $45 tethering data plan,” said Bloom. The $45, DataPro plan is currently required by iPhone customers looking to tether their …

Hotmail begins offering email aliases to curb spam

February 4th, 2011

In a recent blog post, Microsoft announced a new feature aimed at keeping spam away from the inboxes of its Hotmail user-base. Currently, Hotmail users are allowed to modify their email addresses with a plus-sign (+) to facilitate easier mail management. can modify his email address to to help make mail organization and identification easier. …

Facebook creates native app for feature phones

January 20th, 2011

It’s hard for us to fathom, but it is true: not everyone needs a smartphone. But not owning a smartphone should not prevent you from getting your digital-stalking on while on the go, no? Facebook has announced a new, feature-phone ready mobile client, created in conjunction with Snaptu. As Facebook explains, “The app provides a …

Verizon introduces Mobile Email 4.0, brings Exchange to feature phones

December 21st, 2010

Think you can avoid having corporate email on your mobile device by buying a feature phone? Think again, as today Verizon Wireless announced an update to its feature phone email solution, Mobile Email 4.0. The downloadable application will allow users to connect their non-smartphone devices to Microsoft’s Exchange environment, leverage push email, and utilize an integrated contact list. The …

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December 19th, 2010

December 13th – 19th Will Steve Jobs announce the Verizon iPhone at CES? Google Nexus S review BGR Breaks It Down: How to watch Flash video on your iPhone without jailbreaking Google Nexus S giveaway! 68 iOS apps from EA reduced to 99¢ for the holidays LG B images leak; thinner than iPhone 4, stunning …

Google rolls out ‘restore contacts’ feature to Gmail users

December 15th, 2010

If you’ve ever accidentally deleted a contact from your Gmail address book, you know what pain is. The action has been, since the inception of the contacts feature, irreversible. But that all changes today. Google has announced a new “restore contacts” feature that will grant those whom have accidentally deleted a contact 30-days of clemency. …

AT&T's Pantech P9050 outed by FCC, to be called Sparrow?

September 22nd, 2010

The FCC has graciously put up several images of AT&T’s Pantech P9050, also to be known as the Sparrow. The Sparrow is a dual-band GSM/WCDMA device with a 3.1-inch display, 480 x 800 resolution, full-QWERTY horizontal sliding keyboard, Bluetooth, GPS, and a 3 megapixel camera. No operating system was specified by the FCC, however — judging by the lack of Android keys and …