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FoneCopy

FoneCopy can copy your iPhone Music, Movies, Photos, Contacts and more other files to the other Apple device. It can detect more than...

11 hours ago by Aiseesoft Studio

NSA scoops up millions of text messages

The US National Security Agency has collected almost 200 million mobile phone text messages a day from around the world, according to the latest revelations from the Edward Snowden files.

January 16, 2014

Microsoft brings SkyDrive to iOS and Windows Phone

Microsoft has released SkyDrive apps for the Windows Phone Mango and the Apple iOS platforms that allows users to access, share or remove files stored in SkyDrive folders.The Windows Phone and iOS apps allow SkyDrive users to browse all files and folders regardless of file type.

December 13, 2011 by

iPhone 5S/5C/5 Data Recovery

iPhone Data Recovery for Mac is the world's 1st program that can recover all lost data from iPhone 6+/6/5s/5c/5/4s/4/3GS. This Mac...

1 day ago by Tenorshare

SynciOS Data Recovery

SynciOS Data Recovery for Mac is a set of powerful iOS recovery software that can help Mac users retrieve lost, deleted, formatted...

3 days ago by AnvSoft

AT&T's new OTA eMusic Mobile service results in $1.50 per song fee

AT&T just launched their new eMusic Mobile download service that allows you to download MP3 files from eMusic directly to your compatible mobile phone. eMusic is an online seller of MP3 music from independent labels that has is DRM-free so you can purchase and then listen to your MP3 songs on any device. I am a bit confused why anyone would want to pay AT&T US$7.49 per month for 5 song downloads (works out to just about US$1.50 per song) when you can just sign up for an eMusic account and get songs for only US$0.27 to US$0.33 each, depending on the monthly plan you sign up for. The eMusic Basic plan gives you 30 song downloads for only US$9.99 per month. I guess the AT&T eMusic Mobile service is all about wireless convenience, but that sure is a high convenience fee IMHO.

July 31, 2007 by

Develop a VoiceXML solution using BeVocal

VoiceXML (VXML) is a markup language like HTML. The difference is that a phone browser rather than a Web browser renders VXML. Synthesized speech or audio files create the interface between the application and the user, and the user can respond by either speaking to the phone browser or punching the touch-tone buttons on the phone.

April 26, 2005 by

Beefing up mobile blogging

Blogia's promise? Publish full blog entries with photos and files, on the fly, from your Symbian cell phone in minutes. BellStream CEO Samuli Koski-Lammi gives CNET's Rafe Needleman a demonstration of the new tool.

October 5, 2004 by

Sendo Smartphone to debut in Asia

British handset maker Sendo International will start shipping a cell phone that incorporates Microsoft's Smartphone 2002 software come September. The Sendo Z100 Smartphone will initially be available to subscribers of mobile operator CSL in Hong Kong. First announced last year, the highly anticipated device is a tri-band phone with GPRS (General Packet Radio Services) capabilities and an interface based on the Windows platform. The handset offers various features such as e-mail and Web browsing using a pocket version of Internet Explorer. It has a 176-by-220-pixel thin-film transistor screen that's capable of displaying 65,536 colors. PDA-like features found on the device, powered by an ARM9 core-based processor from Texas Instruments, include audio and video playback using Windows Media Player, file viewers for Microsoft office files, and a cradle to sync with your PC. Ernest Khoo reported from Singapore. To read the full story, visit CNETAsia.

June 19, 2002 by

Sony Ericsson to use Memory Stick in P800 phone

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications announced Monday that its upcoming P800 cell phone will use the Memory Stick Duo removable flash memory technology. Memory Stick Duo is a smaller version of a Memory Stick and is targeted at mobile phones and digital audio players. The P800 is a phone with a built-in digital camera and a color screen that will be available in the third quarter of this year. The P800 will come with a 16MB Memory Stick Duo card. The card will allow P800 owners to store and transfer images and back up files on the phone. The P800 will come with 12MB of internal memory. --Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet News

June 17, 2002 by

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