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SportsBoard Chameleon

SportsBoard Chameleon is an iPad-based mobile player assessment app that revolutionizes how coaches at all levels of sports assess...

October 19, 2014 by West Shore Technologies

Lorex Surveillance Camera

Lorex Vantage Stream wireless IP surveillance cam with 30 foot night vision range, 2-way audio, push / email alerts and smartphone connectivity.

June 6, 2014

Zamzar launches free file conversion via email

The Zamzar website, which converts files between formats, has launched a new service: it will now convert files submitted by email. This could be particular useful to smartphone users who are often emailed files that their device is unable to display.

February 10, 2012 by

RIM details revamped BlackBerry Internet Service 4.1

Research In Motion has revealed details of the next iteration of its BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS), which includes extended email support.The BlackBerry smartphone maker introduced the new features on Monday on the BlackBerry Knowledge Base pages.

September 13, 2011 by

Yahoo blames Microsoft for Windows Phone 7 data bug

Microsoft's implementation of email retrieval settings on Windows Phone 7 is to blame for Yahoo Mail customers using unexpectedly large amounts of data on that smartphone platform, Yahoo has said.In the latest twist to the search for culpability over the issue — some users have been consuming 25 times the data that should be needed to retrieve Yahoo Mail emails on Windows Phone 7 handsets — Yahoo said on Wednesday that Microsoft was responsible.

February 2, 2011 by

ScheduledSend for Outlook

Use ScheduledSend for Outlook to send an email on a schedule (later date). It is a great tool for sending reminders about upcoming...

May 18, 2014 by Topalt

RIM edges away from Indian ban

Research In Motion, the maker of the popular BlackBerry smartphone, has averted yet another ban of its email and messaging service, according to news reports on Monday.

August 30, 2010 by

Do you really want to carry another device just for Twitter?

I stayed up late last night and watched Josh reveal the Twitter Peek device on the Late Night show with Jimmy Fallon. The new Twitter Peek has the same form factor as the Peek email device, but it only does Twitter. The Peek Classic cost $19.95 and has a monthly cost starting at $15 for email while the new Twitter Peek will cost $199 and includes lifetime Twitter service or $99 for six months followed by $7.95 per month after that. I guess if you are a die hard Twitter fan and don't have a cell phone that supports a Twitter client (every smartphone has clients) then this may be something to look at.

November 2, 2009 by

RIM BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220

The BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 (let's just call it the Flip for short), is the first clamshell device from RIM and it is not short on features. It goes without saying that it meets RIM's mobile email criteria, and it also packs GPS and Wi-Fi, which are two near necessities of the modern handheld/smartphone world.

December 4, 2008 by

More photos and a video of the Palm Treo Pro are revealed

Last week Palm inadvertenly posted some details on the Treo Pro device and then removed the information. This morning I had an email from a news alert site I subscribe to that stated Palm Unveils Treo Pro Smartphone that linked to photos and a video, but by the time I went there the site was pulled. Vincent was faster than me and has the photos and video up on SlashGear so I think we can move this device out from the rumor category to a definite product. There is still no official word or announcement from Palm posted yet.

August 19, 2008 by

Palm settles lawsuit for excessive Treo 600/650 repairs

I just received the following notice in my email inbox from an email address (Palm__Inc@news.palmnewsletters.com) with Palm Inc. in the header. Apparently there was a class action lawsuit that was settled out of court and all the details can be found on the Palza Settlement website. The detailed email is quoted below, but essentially if you purchased a Treo 600 or 650 then you can either get a US$50 or US$75 rebate (depending on your device) on a new Palm smartphone if you had experienced two or more repairs or you can get your hardware repaired even if your device is out of warranty.

January 23, 2008 by

Nokia reveals glimpses of the mobile future

The headline was what appeared in my email inbox late last night so I immediately opened up the message to read what Nokia had to say about the future of mobility. Nokia was giving a briefing at The Way We Live Next event held at the Nokia Research Center in Oulu, Finland. You can actually listen to podcasts of the presentations, along with PDF versions of most presentations, at The Way We Live Next site. In addition to the presentations on the future of mobility, Nokia also demonstrated MOSH, Widsets, Point & Find, Shoot to Translate, and virtual worlds. All these functions were performed using a Nokia multimedia computer (aka smartphone).

October 23, 2007 by

Buyer's Guide: smartphones for business

Want to work on the move but don't want to lug a laptop? You'll need a smartphone of some kind that lets you do email, open business documents and browse the web, among other things. Here are ten recent contenders.

June 26, 2007 by

HP expands Windows Mobile line with the iPAQ Voice Messenger

HP has had Pocket PC Phone Edition Mobile Messenger devices for a couple of years, but they have never really seemed to have taken off. HP continues to try to compete in the mobile market and is launching their HP iPAQ 500 series Voice Messenger. The Voice Messenger is a Windows Mobile 6 Standard device (aka Smartphone) and looks to also have a 1.3 megapixel camera. The HP Voice Messenger is capitalizing on the increasing popularity of VoIP and includes capabilities and integrated WiFi for this functionality. HP is also including a powerful voice command system that actually allows you to reply to email by dictating and sending a voice response without the need for any typing. GSM/EDGE and Bluetooth radios are also included on the device. The new HP Voice Messenger should be available this Spring, but you can check out our image gallery in the meantime.

February 11, 2007 by

HTC S620

If you primarily want to handle email on the move, this slim BlackBerry-like Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone with Direct Push technology is a good option. It has its quirks, though, and isn't suitable for creating or editing longer documents.

January 16, 2007 by

Sony Ericsson M600i

Sony Ericsson's M600i is a Symbian/UIQ smartphone with wide appeal, thanks to its support for 3G connectivity, push email, the Opera Web browser, plus a range of multimedia features.

July 24, 2006 by

Is the Nokia E61 the real BlackBerry contender?

You may not think of a Nokia smartphone as a business focused device, but the E61 has more to offer to the executive than the RIM BlackBerry or Motorola Q. Get "push" email, full Office compatibility, integrated thumb keyboard, WiFi and Bluetooth in this latest device from Nokia.

June 2, 2006 by

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