When it comes to using FaceTime video chat there is only one way to do it and that’s through WIFI- or at least it was the only way. Starting with iOS 6, cellular network access of FaceTime video chat will now be enabled, although it sounds like AT&T is planning on controlling the use of the service and may likely require an additional charge to enable it, at least according to 9to5Mac.
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In BlackBerry’s latest promotional video, the company accidentally showed off clips of their event guests sending messages on what looks like an HTC Incredible 2 — an Android phone. The company quickly pulled the video, but not before Phandroid.com managed to download it to YouTube.
Mark/Space Inc. has released Missing Sync for Pocket PC version 1.0, which lets you connect and synchronize information between a Pocket PC handheld and a Mac running Mac OS X. It’s available now for electronic download. The utility lets you sync iCal calendar events, To Do lists, and Mac OS X Address Book contact information […]