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Installing games and applications

Installing games and applications Installing third party applications and games is a big part of smartphones and even many normal cell phones. Yet many people don’t do it, either because they don’t know how, or they only use their provider’s options. Here I’ll attempt to describe what it takes to add software to your device and...
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Mobile IM choices

My N73 review Note: This is a repost from July 2006 of my N73 review, updated for the latest firmware. This is my first impressions after playing with my new Nokia N73 for a few days. I’m using one that came from Hong Kong, and supports GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 and UMTS...
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The $5B cash cow

The $5B cash cow MocoNews reports that the US cellular providers reached over $5 billion in revenues purely from the services sector in Q1 2007. This includes application downloads, ring tones, and other data uses. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is the cash cow of the industry. Ever wonder why Verizon disables Bluetooth for file transfers...
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We’re off to a great start

We’re off to a great start I’ve started this site less than a week ago and we just reached 1,000 unique visitors last night. Thanks to everyone for stopping by! As I’ve been cruising the blogs, news releases and forums, deciding what I found interesting and what I wanted to talk about, I’ve been deciding on...
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Battery life: 15 minutes

Battery life: 15 minutes Choosing a phone is usually based on many factors: look, style, type of phone, recommendations from friends, and hopefully features. Many people forget features and go purely for look, but that’s for another time. One thing that the vast majority of consumers forget, is battery life. At most, we see a 4h...
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Mobile IM choices

Mobile IM choices There are a few questions that come up time and time again on smartphone forums, and one of them is “how can I use Instant Messaging on my device”. As people get more mobile, after SMS and email, the next thing they want to do is IM. As I said in a previous...
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Google Maps for Mobile indepth review

Google Maps for Mobile in-depth review Google Maps is one of the most popular mapping web sites online. Google introduced it a few years ago and has added an impressive amount of features to it. Late last year, they released a Java client called Google Maps for Mobile (GMM) which is available for any mobile...
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Nokia E61i review

Nokia E61i review I try to limit my new mobile purchases to one device a year. I follow new releases very closely, and try to spot that gem which will do everything I need it to do well. The Nokia E61i, released last month, caught my attention as a potential gem. I’ve been using my N73...
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