Archive for October, 2010

Microsoft acquires Canesta : Keyboard and Mouse get Nervous

Microsoft acquires Canesta : Keyboard and Mouse get Nervous

| October 31, 2010 | Reply

Gesture control makers Canesta was bought out by Microsoft recently in a very Google like acquisition to achieve a stronger hold in their technology. Canesta, if anybody doesn’t know, is a company who makes sure we need our mouse and keyboard a little bit less while we do our computer related stuff. They have developed […]

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Foursquare For BlackBerry:  Have You Updated Yet?

Foursquare For BlackBerry: Have You Updated Yet?

| October 31, 2010 | Reply

You BlackBerry location-based junkies out there might have noticed Foursquare for BlackBerry was updated to version 1.9.8 on Friday.  There was no changelog available, but that didn’t matter as it was upgraded to version 1.9.9 yesterday in App World.  The 2 major changes include improvements to the battery life and Connection logic for Push Connectivity. […]

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T-Mobile Galaxy Tab:  Pre-Order On Amazon Now!!

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab: Pre-Order On Amazon Now!!

| October 31, 2010 | Reply

T-Mobile fans…it looks like the wait is almost over.  If you head on over to Amazon you can pre-order your Galaxy Tab for $699 (without contract) with free shipping.  While you can still grab this device on contract November 10 for $399, we’re a little surprised to see this going for $100 more than Verizon’s […]

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Rooted: Changing Android Fonts

Rooted: Changing Android Fonts

| October 29, 2010 | 1 Reply

I’ve had my Android device (Incredible) for a while now and have settled into a custom ROM, screen setups, widgets…… and just needed something to push it over the edge. Well I’m happy to say I found it. Thanks to fachadick over in the xda forums, I now have the ability to change the fonts […]

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PrinterShare – Print from your Android device

PrinterShare – Print from your Android device

| October 29, 2010 | Reply

Have you ever found yourself having taken a great snapshot, needed a report or email from your phone or wanted a printout of your phone log?  Well know there is a really nice option.  PrinterShare from MobileDynamix has provided a great option. Print any of these from your Android: Photos Emails (Gmail only) Contacts Call […]

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Verizon iPhone Confirmed:  Again

Verizon iPhone Confirmed: Again

| October 29, 2010 | Reply

I am pretty sure it is going on 2 years now that we have been hearing “Verizon iPhone confirmed”, but as of late the rumors have seemed to come with more and more information and credibility.  The most recent confirmation comes from Fortune claiming that Apple must partner with Verizon, showing us statistical numbers and […]

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Verizon’s rebate form shows several November releases….

Verizon’s rebate form shows several November releases….

| October 29, 2010 | Reply

Engadget was able to get their hands on a Carrier rebate form of Verizon’s for the month of November.  Normally this would just show various rebate fluctuations of current devices, but this time with several new devices coming to Verizon customers in November, the form shows several new details. Engadget explains: 1.There are two SKUs […]

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New video explains the issues regarding the white iPhone 4 delay

New video explains the issues regarding the white iPhone 4 delay

| October 29, 2010 | Reply

We all know that the white Apple iPhone 4 has been delayed for 5 months now.  earlier in the week we heard it had been pushed out to spring of 2011, but recent reports are suggesting that it may just be canceled altogether.  We have heard that there are camera and/or mismatching paint issues that […]

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Google Maps Update : Real Time Lattitude Now Available

Google Maps Update : Real Time Lattitude Now Available

| October 28, 2010 | Reply

Google is one company that has to make sure they cover all their applications with updates little by little to improve the user experience. Good thing that holds true and even though they are behind the scenes working on things like “Gingerbread” and “Honeycomb” they are updating their own applications like Google Maps. Today they […]

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Clockr – Text Based Clock

Clockr – Text Based Clock

| October 28, 2010 | Reply

If you’re anything like me, you’ll enjoy this developing clock widget. Its called Clockr, by xda member zehro. As you can see, numbers have escaped the scope of zehro’s simple clean design. This is early in development but shows accelerated promise. There are a few versions that have different text options for any shade of […]

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