Archive for June, 2007

Convergence report says wireless standards don’t compete

Jun 27, 2007: 

WTRS’ recent report forecasts good things WiMAX, Wibree and HSPA.

ThoughtPiece: Touchscreen vs. Keyboard: Which is Better?

Jun 27, 2007: 

Thought breaks up some common conceptions about the mobile keypad debate.

BlackBerry 8830 released on Bell Mobility

Jun 26, 2007: 

Comes with 3 months of free unlimited data! Woo!

Antsy investors still want Vodafone to ditch Verizon

Jun 26, 2007: 

ECS is still saying that Verizon is a lost cause, and that Vodafone should drop it like a rock.

E-mail security company joins ISV Alliance

Jun 26, 2007: 

Izecom could help bolster RIM’s security image.

Motorola’s push e-mail offers IT utilities

Jun 26, 2007: 

Good Mobile Messaging 5 now has a slew of IT functions to help admins crack down on disobedient employees breaking corporate policy. Police badge not included.

Push e-mail competitor bashes RIM over French ban

Jun 26, 2007: 

Push e-mail competitor, emoze, is riding the press from the French BlackBerry ban in order to promote their own service as a bajillion times more secure.

Musicphones underrated?

Jun 25, 2007: 

A lot of people aren’t using the music capabilities on their phones. Maybe it’s usability? Maybe it’s downloading fees?

No thumbing for the iPhone

Jun 25, 2007: 

The iPhone’s text input really doesn’t cut mustard, leaving the crown securely on BlackBerry’s head.