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Apple seeds new 10.5.7 build to testers

March 8th, 2009

Good news, Mac users, as it looks like Apple is kicking 10.5.7 development into overdrive. Apple’s Mac OS X 10.5.7 build 9J22 went out to testers about a week ago and called for attention to a variety of areas of the OS. Apparently testers did a hell of a job because an updated build, 9J27, …

AT&T completes OS 4.5 roll out for all supported BlackBerrys

February 5th, 2009

It pretty much took forever…… But the day is finally upon us. Each and every BlackBerry user on AT&T with a supported device now has cause for celebration. That’s right people, the long awaited and highly anticipated OS 4.5 roll out is now a done deal. Every BlackBerry handset carried by AT&T that supports OS …

T-Mobile launches Motorola W223 Renew: Recession edition

February 4th, 2009

The Motorola Renew isn’t exactly an unheard of device, but T-Mobile has gone and scooped ’em up. Don’t expect to be taking 8-megapixel flicks here, as this is as low-end as you basically get. How low end? Well, how does $9.99 on a two-year sound? Yeah, it’s that inexpensive. There are some perks to owning …

Apple releases 2.2.1 software for the iPhone and iPod Touch

January 27th, 2009

iPhone and iPod Touch owners rejoice – Apple has just pushed out its latest OS, version 2.2.1. True, we already know this latest build won’t bring push notifications along with it, but it must be packing something new and cool right? This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: – Improved general stability …

Microsoft expects fewer Windows Mobile-powered handsets

January 9th, 2009

What do you do when the honeymoon is over and interest in your mobile OS is fading fast? Spin city! In a recent discussion with the New York Times, Microsoft VP of Windows Mobile Todd Peters happily explained that Microsoft has intentions to cut down on the number of Windows Mobile devices that reach the …

Windows 7 beta 1 coming soon; already reviewed

December 28th, 2008

The first official beta of Microsoft’s knight in shining GUI will soon be issued but reviews are already beginning to pop up around the internet. No, it’s not the first look we’ve had of the upcoming OS but it is the first in a line of official betas we’ll see previewed before launch-time. Of course …

How to: Back up third-party applications on your BlackBerry

December 21st, 2008

Since the first OS upgrade for the Storm came out and OS 4.5 was formally announced by AT&T, a lot of people have been asking if there is a chance that they could lose all of their third-party applications in the upgrade process. While the answer is unfortunately yes, there is a simple back up …

Possible images of HTC Touch Pro running BlackBerry Application Suite

December 16th, 2008

Assuming this is real, which it may not be, you might just be looking at the greatest thing to happen to Windows Mobile since – umm – ever. Sometime back in 2007, news of an upcoming software solution surfaced that would allow Windows Mobile users to emulate the BlackBerry OS and grant them access to …

Google working on a new mystery OS?

December 6th, 2008

After dropping a pretty big bomb recently with news that Microsoft’s OS market share has dropped below 90% for the first time in 15 years, Net Applications is at it again. The well known market research firm is now causing a wave of speculation with regards to a possible new OS that Google may be …