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Verizon really does want to differentiate itself from the pack, doesn’t it? Aside from getting sued for allegedly comparing its 3G network coverage and allowing free GPS navigation on a smartphone, it’s treading where Sprint has decided not to walk — smartphone tethering. The Motorola Droid will […] Read more »

Starbucks is changing its card programs next month, which has an impact on accessing Wi-Fi in its locations. It’s all actually confusing in terms of the Wi-Fi, but Glenn Fleishman at WiFiNetNews takes a crack at decoding the new deal. Essentially, Starbucks is consolidating its different […] Read more »

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Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: T-Mobile service disappears in U.S. (Twitter)– I think my facetious tweet sums it up best: “I felt a great disturbance in T-Mobile, as if millions of […] Read more »

Fans of Microsoft’s Windows Live Sync using Snow Leopard can have a sync party tonight — the file synchronization application received support on Apple’s latest Mac OS X version today. Live Sync was born from the old FolderShare service, and offers a free way to sync […] Read more »

So aside from hot new phones today, there’s a new Twitter device out too (PDF). The folks at Peek have repurposed their original email only device, programmed it for Twitter functionality and are hoping people want a dedicated Twitter client in their pocket. The new $99 […] Read more »

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Google Chrome’s bookmark sync has come a long way since I last looked at it. The latest Windows beta build now offers bookmark sync, which by itself may not sound glamorous. But at the tail end of the video demonstration it gets a bit more interesting. […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: HTC HD2 hitting UK next week (T-Mobile) — Thanks to Phil in our Cornwall bureau, I see that the highly anticipated HD2 arrives on November 9. […] Read more »

Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! The week kicks off today with the general availability of Motorola’s CLIQ. You should be able to walk into a T-Mobile retail store and leave with this Android handset in either Titanium or Winter White color. Pricing […] Read more »

Folks are finally starting to pick up on something we’ve been saying for years — there is a market for e-books on phones. Before you start the “it’s painful to read books on the small screen” comments, hear me out. I agree with those comments, but […] Read more »

Now that Windows 7 is here, ASUS is updating its convertible notebook with multitouch display to match, Liliputing says. The original T91 is in stock for $484.99 at Amazon, but the new T91MT gets a few upgrades, not to mention a pre-order price bump to $549.99. […] Read more »

Even though my Palm Pre supports Facebook contact info through the webOS Synergy function, I’ve barely used it. The main reason is because most of my Facebook friends aren’t people I contact outside of Facebook. But the Events functionality of Facebook is becoming more useful as […] Read more »

For those keeping score in the mobile software wars, it’s roughly 100,000 to 10,000 to 300. That’s the number of available apps for iPhone, Android, and webOS devices, respectively. Although the number of apps for Palm is relatively much smaller, it is growing at a decent […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: $30 gets you a Droid dock (Gearlog) — Earlier today, I showed Barb the video of Google’s new navigation. She was impressed — and she’s not […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: More spending on smartphones than notebooks in 2012 (CNET) — This linked article is actually focused on a survey of smartphone owners to determine market share. […] Read more »

Earlier this summer, James took a look at reMail for iPhone and iPod Touch devices. The $4.99 application puts Apple’s mobile Mail app to shame when it comes to searching for information. With reMail, you get full text searches of emails even while offline. reMail intelligently […] Read more »

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