Much like the they did with Gmail last week, Google, is updating its Car Home app. Car Home, if you’re not familiar, is an app that turns your phone into a hands free device for simple things like headset calling, navigation, music and much more. The app now has customizable buttons and layouts. Instead of seeing your typical android interface, be it Sense,...

So what appears to be the next phone in the Galaxy S line from Samsung has shown its face. The Continuum, as its being called, sports not one but two screens. We’re not talking Nintendo DS here as the main screen looks to be the normal 3.7 – 4″ screen, below that are the standard Android buttons and finally the second screen with is being labeled...

Sprint has upgraded two more cities today with it’s WiMax 4G service with St. Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This now gives Sprint 55 cities using it’s next generation wireless technology and way out in the lead in terms of 4G service. If you are in one of these two areas expect the service to be a little spotty at first as things come on-line. Also, keep in mind that when using 4G services your phones battery will be depleted a little faster than with normal 3G. I’ve taken my EVO 4G down into the city...

Metro PCS has launched it’s second LTE (4G) area today, after Sin City), and it’s Dallas/Fort Worth. While Metro PCS only has one LTE/4G phone (the Samsung Craft), which sells for $299 with a $55 dollar a month plan, it’s not slowing down the carrier and right now it’s beating out the number one mobile carrier, Verizon, in expanding it’s...

Posted on Sep 29 2010 - 9:43pm by Mike Wewerka
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Facebook and Skype have announced a partnership that is surely going to make a lot of people happy. AllThingsD reports that the two mega-social networking companies will begin to incorporate their services using SMS, voice and Facebook connect. Facebook apparently wants to incorporate communications and community and together with Skype believe they have the tools...

So at the DEVCON (Developers Conference) today RIM CEO Mike Laziridis announced its (not well kept) secret tablet now known as the “BlackBerry PlayBook”. The Playbook will feature a high-resolution 7″ screen and a thickness of 9.7mm. It’s going to support Flash with 10.1 accelerated video hardware, HTML5, non-proprietary HDMI and USB connections,...

So today I got email from a Senior Specialist of  Online Marketing over at Vopium, makers of the International VoIP and Wi-Fi service of the same name, Vopium. They informed me that Vopium has updated its App on the Android Market. The latest update has some essential updates such as support for SIP calls, facebook and twitter integration, more IM enhancements...

So on my weekly visit to my favorite store, Best Buy, I decided to check out the new Apple section and when I went over to the iPad display I noticed that the iPad had been jailbroken and loaded with not only Cydia but also a NES application. The the funny part? I said to the employee, while laughing, you do know this is jailbroken right? He said, Huh, what’s...

Well, Apple’s dominating iPad is about to become even more readily avaibable (which means even more dominate). Target has announced today that beginning on October 3rd, they too will begin to sell the iPad in its stores. Want more? Well here you go, the iPad will be included in a store special on October 17th that gives people using their Target Credit Card...

Posted on Sep 24 2010 - 8:51pm by Mike Wewerka
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The gang over at Lifehacker.com posted a story on why Google Chrome is beginning to eat away at Mozilla’s FireFox, in a big way. Firefox has long been the way to go if your tired of your standard browser that comes with your computer, be it Internet Explorer for Windows or Safari for Mac. FireFox really took a bite out of IE’s numbers as being a more secure browser...