Archive for June, 2006


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How to set up your Cingular 8125 as a modem

10 June 2006

HTC Wizard Web has a very easy to follow walkthrough that shows you how to set up your Cingular 8125 as a modem. Lots of users are either doing this already, or stumbling through the steps. If you’re having trouble getting it to work – read this guide to ease your pain. Read more about […]

O2 XDA Atom Review at MTekk

10 June 2006

MTekk reviews the O2 XDA Atom and is truly impressed – impress enough that the writer bought one for himself – ‘In my opinion, this is a fantastic device. I was impressed while playing with it at the Product Launch back in November 2005, and am equally impressed now. I have prolonged an upgrade from […]

Finally ordered the Treo 700p

10 June 2006

Thursday night, around 7:00 PM I finally broke down and did it. I gave Palm $550 of my money in exchange for better drugs err… a Treo 700p. My 650 has lasted me just over a year and a half – it’s about time to put her to rest. I knew I would get a […]

Motorola Q Review at the Boston Herald

7 June 2006

The Boston Herald reviews the Motorola Q and does not believe it to be a Blackberry killer – ‘There are ways to get instant e-mail on the Q, but they’re slightly clunky. If your company has a server running Good Technology Inc.’s GoodLink software or Verizon’s Wireless Sync program, you can set the Q up […]

Palm Treo 700p Review at Unstrung

7 June 2006

Unstrung reviews the Palm Treo 700p and doesn’t seem to be a huge Palm OS fan – ‘Given that Verizon has a wider EVDO data network than Sprint, offers the Wireless Sync product for free, and (in our opinion) has a better phone/PDA integration, there’s little reason to go with the 700p unless you’re a […]

Giant Blackberry

4 June 2006

The world’s largest blackberry – perhaps the world’s largest “handheld” resides in a Nextel store in good ol’ Las Vegas. No idea why this is cool, but it just is. The best part? It actually works! Via Blackberry Cool.

Vodafone posts huge loss

4 June 2006

Vodafone, a large mobile phone company in the UK, just posted the largest corporate loss in the history of the UK. Now that’s serious. The loss of 14.7 billion pounds ( that’s about 27.7 billion dollars – yes that’s billion with a “b” ) has prompted Vodafone to cut jobs, and speed along the lovely […]

Motorola Q Review

4 June 2006

The most striking thing about the Motorola Q is the thickness – or lack of thickness more specifically. Another entry in the growing “blackberry style” or “Treo style” crowd, the Motorola Q stands out because it is, by far, the thinnest among them. The Q runs Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphones – which means no […]

Palm Treo 700p Review at USA Today

3 June 2006

USA Today reviews the Palm Treo 700p and has some reservations about the pricing – ‘Treos mostly remain the province of business customers. At $550 with a one-year Sprint contract and $400 with a two-year, the device is certainly priced that way. Sprint data plans range from $15 to $25 per month, on top of […]


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