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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’s Boldly adds another UMA phone (BGR) — The BlackBerry Bold gets an update in the 9700 and it landed at T-Mobile this very day. $199 […] Read more »

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ShopSavvy, one of 10 winners in the original Google Challenge contest last year, arrives today on the iPhone. With ShopSavvy, you scan a product barcode with your phone’s camera and the application does a price check, both online and at retail locations. This one was a […] Read more »

It sounds pretty certain that AT&T is dipping its toe in the Android pool within the next few months. The Dell Streak, captured on video last month, looks to be coming to AT&T in 2010 if you believe the Commercial Times out of China, says SlashGear. […] Read more »

After tracking Mozilla’s Weave project since its early days, it’s nice to see the effort mature. Mozilla is now offering the first beta of the Weave Sync add-on for the Firefox browser, which can be downloaded here. In case you haven’t been watching Weave, here’s a […] Read more »

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Welcome to our newest Monday feature — Android Ecosystem! While some folks are bandying around different sales numbers for the Motorola Droid — estimates range between 200,000 and 250,000 in the first week — others are more concerned about the state of the Android Marketplace. Jason […] Read more »

It’s no surprise that the current Intel Atom platform is long in the tooth. After much chatter about the upcoming PineTrail platform, we’re about due to see a slew of products use Intel’s latest in a netbook. The first one caught on film at Wireless Goodness […] Read more »

Qualcomm earlier this year introduced us to the smartbook concept. On paper, such a device sounds like the perfect bridge between a small smartphone and a clunky notebook — all-day battery life, a full keyboard and integrated data connectivity in an easy-to-carry package. Unfortunately, the best-laid […] Read more »

It’s far too early to condemn a product market when shipping products don’t exist, but frankly, I’m worried. Yesterday saw what’s likely the first smartbook, although the device could be a design prototype. It’s made by Lenovo, powered by Qualcomm and will be sold by AT&T. […] Read more »

We don’t often cover much non-mobile tech, but I had to make an exception for the new Chumby One. Besides, the device now has a rechargable battery option, so theoretically, you could take it on the run — for an hour. ;) The Chumby folks asked […] Read more »

Livestreaming is all the rage today, be it from a handset or home computer with a webcam. But one of the major challenges is how to view that live content on a handset. Wouldn’t it be nice if a company could provide a method for livestreaming […] Read more »

Looking for a Windows Mobile software experience like Apple’s iTunes App Store or Amazon’s Kindle store? Then you’ll want to hit Microsoft’s new online Windows Marketplace for Mobile, which just gained new features. The website now makes it an easier to scour the store for applications […] Read more »

Many moons ago I used SPB Wallet on my Pocket PC. And by many moons, I mean not long after Y2K — you kids will have to look that one up on Wikipedia. ;) The application stores passwords, credit card numbers and other personal data in […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: iCan’t deal with parenthesis in MMS (Gear Live) — Although Droid Does many things, it seems to be struggling with MMS more than the shield generators […] Read more »

Time for our Wednesday feature that highlights some of the latest iPhone news! The biggest news item hitting the radar is Apple racing past Nokia in the smartphone market — not in terms of sales or share, but in 0perating profit. Nokia earned about $1.1 billion […] Read more »

Here are some of today’s phone conversations I enjoyed reading or viewing on the web, along with some brief thoughts: Conditional forwarding now free on Sprint (PreCentral) — A few weeks ago, Google introduced some Google Voice services for non-GV numbers. The main offering revolved around […] Read more »

While I’d never advocate this hack from a safety perspective, it’s one of the most amazing uses of an iPhone I’ve seen yet. The real magic is in all of the motors and gizmos to make it work, but Make shows that the Do It Yourselfers […] Read more »

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