Well here’s some interesting (and rather unfortunate) news for BlackBerry owners: apparently Canada’s Bell Mobility is planning not to release BlackBerry 6 updates for devices which were deemed capable, namely the BlackBerry Curve 3G, the Pearl 3G, and the Bold Continue reading Bell to release BlackBerry 6 updates in 2011
Buying a Chinese clone is a risky business and not exactly the Tom’s Cruise movie where everybody speaks in English. But… The quality of Chinese electronics is raising while the price still unmatchable and that makes very hard to resist Continue reading How to buy a clone from China
BGR has gotten a chance to play with BlackBerry 6 on an AT&T Bold 9700. From watching the video, it appears to be an interface more suited for a non-touchscreen device, which is good. It does have all of the Continue reading BlackBerry 6 running on a Bold 9700
Glen Burchers from Freescales has a very clear picture of how Tablets of the future should look and how they should be used. This video shows clearly an example of his vision.
While the iPhone 4 could be called the Apple’s disaster, the iPad is becoming a best seller product. The iPad is what most of us wanted to see when Microsoft announced the Origami Project. What were we expecting from MS: Continue reading Apple took over the Origami Project
ritePen is one of the best ink recognition software available for Tablet PCs. The beigest difference between this software and other of its kind is the fact that ritePen uses the whole screen as board. Check this video and you Continue reading ritePen 4.0 released
How could we not post this flow chart for helping you choose whether you should buy the latest and greatest? I just got this chart from Scordit.com. They have a series of great charts. Enjoy.
How to hold your iPhone free training by Steve Jobs for all iPhone owners. The offer from Apple does have expiration date. I don’t know who is the author of this Photomontage but I found it really good!
What you are about to read in this Los Angeles article is comparable with 911 conspiracy theories. The difference is that in this case Apple admitted the crime: To systematically lie to their users by altering the signal level shown Continue reading Apple’s Antenna Saga
Recap: I am trying to do almost all my work with my phone and I am slowly getting there. This series of articles (this is the fourth part) is intended to document my findings and opinions about the process. Here Continue reading Do almost everything with your smartphone (Part 4/5)