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What is Google I/O?

What is Google I/O?

| May 10, 2011 | Reply

Most of our readers know exactly what Google I/O is and many look forward to it each year. But I realized that there might be SOME out there that don’t really know what it is. So for those who want to know and don’t feel like Googling it, here you go: Google’s own description: Google […]

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T-Mobile is a Getting Sticky With Honeycomb Tablet

T-Mobile is a Getting Sticky With Honeycomb Tablet

| January 17, 2011 | Reply

The first device to present Honeycomb was the Motorola Zoom. T-Mobile made a huge statement today.  There is a pre-order page for LG G-Slate on the T-Mobile website showing it will run Honeycomb.   As T-Mobile continued to step up their game with multiple devices this past CES, this product will have heads turning.  Becoming […]

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SHAPE Services releases IM+ Lite for BlackBerry

SHAPE Services releases IM+ Lite for BlackBerry

| March 3, 2010 | Reply

I’ve been waiting around for the longest time for Facebook Chat support on my BlackBerry, and I’m just too stingy to pay $39.95 for an application to only use it for that purpose. Luckily, SHAPE Services released a lite version of IM+ for free. While the application is free, it still retains many of the […]

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Seesmic Twitter App Gets Updated: Supports Multi-Accounts, up to 50 Social Networks with Ping.fm and TweetPhoto

Seesmic Twitter App Gets Updated: Supports Multi-Accounts, up to 50 Social Networks with Ping.fm and TweetPhoto

| February 28, 2010 | Reply

Loic Le Meur of Seesmic gave us the heads up that their twitter client for BlackBerry Smartphones will be getting a big update today (should be live soon). You can visit seesmic.com on your BlackBerry’s web browser to download or checkout their BlackBerry product page here. As for the update, it brings multi-account support as […]

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