As an attempt to keep some of the customers that seem to be moving on to Verizon, AT&T is offering them 1000 Free rollover minutes to be added to their rollover pool. The offering comes to their iPhone customers via Continue reading Do You Want 1000 FREE AT&T Rollover Minutes?
As reported on a previous article (click [here]), we just completed a migration into Google Apps. Our initial goal was to replace MS Exchange, but we are going to use the other features available in our yearly fees. In this Continue reading Mobile Access to Google Apps
Today RIM and AT&T held an event to reveal their next device, the BlackBerry Slider we’ve been seeing pictures of. Well that slider has a name, the BlackBerry Torch, named for Torch Mobile, the company they bought to build their Continue reading BlackBerry Torch 9800, BlackBerry 6 Revealed, On It’s Way to AT&T
After last week’s “they do it too” from Apple regarding the iPhone 4’s signal problems; Nokia and Research In Motion have responded to Apple’s claim. The Antennagate seems to continue forever. Had Apple resisted the urge to hit back, with Continue reading Nokia, RIM Respond To Apple’s Claims
I just received an email from our friends at SPB Software House; you can visit their website [here]. They announced that their software SPB TV version 2.0 is available for FREE. The software is available free of charge for Windows Continue reading Free SPB TV For Watching IP TV Without Subscription
Smokescreen, this is a great name for a tool that allows iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users run Flash content. On top of that it is a great name considering the developer behind it is actually called Chris Smoak. For Continue reading Flash Content on iPads, iPhones and most likely all other Mobile Devices!!!