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Verizon rumored to be prepping Storm OS update for today

December 5th, 2008

In case you’re one of the squares who hasn’t yet grabbed a leaked copy of OS 4.7.0.75 for the Verizon Storm, you’re going to love this. Rumor has it that Verizon is getting its servers all set to officially unleash an OS update to fix the problems that have become the bane of some users …

OS update for BlackBerry Storm 9500 now available

December 4th, 2008

With many of the Verizon users who took advantage of the leaked OS upgrade for their version of the Storm reporting vast improvements, it’s only understandable that a lot of Vodafone Storm users are upset about the lack of a new OS available through legitimate means or otherwise. Thankfully Vodafone Germany has stepped up to …

BlackBerry Storm OS 4.7.0.76, other versions left dead in their tracks

November 30th, 2008

What’s that? You somehow got a hold of the 4.7.0.75 OS for the BlackBerry Storm? Well, in this heavily-connected world we call BG Land, you’re already rockin’ something old. We’re running 4.7.0.76 on our Storm, and boy, does this thing improve a whole heap more than 4.7.0.75 did. Here’s a list of the improvements we’ve …

Story or no story, the Verizon BlackBerry Storm OS has issues

November 26th, 2008

We gave you our theory, we gave you RIM’s official statement and now people, it’s time to move on. The bottom line is that everyone who snagged a Storm from Verizon ended up with v4.7.0.65. The indisputable caveat – v4.7.0.65 has issues. No firmware is perfect and no future firmware revision will ever be completely …

Verizon BlackBerry Storm review

November 20th, 2008

The BlackBerry Storm. It feels like ages ago since  we first broke news of this bad boy, but the release is finally right around the corner. Literally, it’s tomorrow! Need we say more? Heck yeah! We’ve got a pretty substantial review on the device and we’ve even taken the time to compare the Vodafone units …

Shortages of BlackBerry Storms Friday?

November 19th, 2008

We were told all along there were more than enough Storms to go around on launch day, but a couple of our solid tipsters have hit us up to inform us there might be some issues. First off, we’re told that a last minute security flaw was found in the OS and they had to …

iPhone 2.2 screenshots: App Store

November 11th, 2008

There are plenty of iPhone 2.2 OS screenshots floating around, but we just got a hold of some we hadn’t seen. These detail the changes to the App Store which honest to god makes so much sense. Finally you can sort the categories themselves by “Top Paid”, “Top Free” and “Release Date”. In addition to …

Confirming the reconfirmed confirmation: Windows 7 in 2009, maybe

November 8th, 2008

2009… 2010… 2009… 2010… Despite the fact that the Windows 7 time line seems to bounce around more than a kid with ADD at Chuck E. Cheese, we’re relaying this news with the hope that Microsoft has finally pinned down a workable time frame. During a presentation at a recent Windows Hardware Engineering Conference in …

Windows 3.x goes the way of the dodo

November 5th, 2008

The election is over, the country is responding and here all we can think about is the fact that Windows 3.x is now officially dead and buried. Ok that’s not entirely true, but it really is the end of an era. Windows 3.x, the game-changer that it was, survived for 18 great years though it …

New Mac ads respond to Windows ads responding to Mac ads

October 20th, 2008

First is was hilarious. The Mac, Justin Long, all cool and hip with his witty retorts and his, umm, jeans. The PC, John Hodgman, all dorky with his thick glasses and his ties. Oh lordy that PC, how silly he was with all of his dumb ideas and his inferior OS. After a while, Microsoft …