As if the warm weather, beautiful people, and awesome accents weren’t enough for us to be jealous of our friends down under, here’s another kick: Australian carrier TelstraÂ is now offering Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus, becoming the latest carrier to scoop Verizon Â for the device. On the carrier’s cheapest Read the Rest of the story [...]
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Yes, folks, the white Motorola Droid RAZR will be available from Verizon on Dec. 15 for $299 on contract. Or, you can get it for $199 if you pony up for a Droid XYBOARD for another several hundred dollars — and yet Read the Rest of the story [...]
Twilio Launches SMS API in Canada
Twilioâ€™s Canadian SMS API allows software developers to build applications that send and receive SMS through Canadian telephone numbers
SAN FRANCISCO, CA â€“ December 13th, 2011 â€” Twilio (http://www.twilio.com), the cloud communications company, announced today the ability of Canadian phone numbers to be used with its SMS API, Read the Rest of the story [...]
We got this gem from a Costco Ninja, and when added to the rest of the leaks and pictures pointing to a December 15 release date of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, the evidence is getting pretty strong.Â Maybe not strong enough for a certain editor who want’s an Read the Rest of the story [...]
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recommended that all 50 state ban the use of all electronic devices, including cell phones, by anyone operating a motor vehicle. The battle over cell phone use by drivers has been going on for years and some states have had “hands-free” bans in place Read the Rest of the story [...]
The day has arrived Fido customers â€“ your new smartphone has hit the shelves! The BlackBerry Curve 9360 is now available and can be had for $350 outright, or $30 on a select 3-year contract. If youâ€™re interested in picking this Berry up you should check out
I have to say RIM really managed to confuse me with the new gift begging and giving service they are adding in App World v3.1. RIM still has not added basic gift cards and coupons on App World but they are ambitiously adding a process where users can beg Read the Rest of the story [...]
Popular third-party browser BOLT has been discontinued according to the company’s site. BOLT first made it’s name on BlackBerry way back in 2009 as being a top third party browser with its speed and tabbed browsing when the native BlackBerry Browser was still lacking in features. It’s definitely Read the Rest of the story [...]
LG tonight announced that its first 720p Android smarpthone — the LG Optimus LTE — is coming to Japan on NTT Docomo. That follows launches in Korea and (surprise, surprise) the United States, with the latter enjoying phone on AT&T as the Nitro HD.
NTT Docomo’s also Read the Rest of the story [...]
The Canadian LTE race is still on, very much heated, between Rogers and Bell. Both companies are quickly expanding coverage area â€“ last week Bell turned on the LTE speed in Yellowknife, and today Rogers has announced they now reach 8 million Canadians, up from 5.5 million with their original coverage.
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