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Verizon Visual Voicemail is a Go

August 12th, 2008

Kicking things off with the LG Voyager, Verizon Wireless has just gone live with its visual voicemail service. No doubt inspired by the iPhone though Apple was hardly the first to introduce such a service (just ask its legal team), Verizon’s new service allows users to listen to voicemail messages by navigating through a visual …

Schmap Enters Public Beta

August 8th, 2008

This, people, is a smart service. Schmap, provider of interactive online maps with guide and tourism info, has just pushed an innovative iPhone-friendly solution into public beta. The service allows users to quickly and easily publish iPhone-friendly contact details with a map on their websites. When we say “Quickly and easily” we mean it. First …

Jobs’ Full FailMe Email Surfaces

August 6th, 2008

Yesterday we gave you a taste of Stevo’s apologetic internal email to his troops regarding the mess that is MobileMe. As you recall, Jobs essentially states that Apple screwed the pooch in rushing the service out when it was most certainly not ready for prime time. The email has since been leaked in its entirety …

Jobs Jumps on the MobileMe FAIL Bus

August 5th, 2008

It looks like an internal email from El Jobso to Apple employees it quite telling with regards to the current MobileMe situation. What is the MobileMe situation? It’s not good. We’re sure you’ve ready about the many, many problems that many, many people are having with the service. You’ve also likely read that people are …

Nokia May be Working on a Movie Download Service

August 1st, 2008

Typically when a rumor starts off with “I’ve been informed by a strange but totally plausible source”, it’s a safe bet that you shouldn’t get too excited. There are always exceptions to the rule though and since we may have heard a bit of rumbling around the bush ourselves, we’ll run with this one. Apparently …

Only2Clicks: Web-based Visual Bookmarking Rocks

June 10th, 2008

As simple as the concept is, this has to be one of the more useful web 2.0 services we’ve come across in recent history. What if you could have access to your bookmarks from any PC or mobile phone? What if you could organize your bookmarks logically and visually for fast access in an attractive …