For those of you still rocking an old analog or TDMA Cingular (or AT&T, I suppose) handset, you have two years to switch up to GSM before your phone stops working. Cingular is doing away with its legacy non-GSM networks in 2008, the least amount of notice the service provider is allowed to provide according […]
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Earlier this week, we learned that the first official so-called “Google Phone” would be called the Nexus One. It would naturally be powered by Google Android and would not carry any obvious HTC branding whatsoever. Well, we just learned one other reason why we should care about this smartphone: it’s going to be cheap. Whereas […]
Up until yesterday the mobile Skype application had been limited with features and did not included video-calling like its desktop counterpart did. Skype released the latest update for the iPhone and iPod touch, among the improvements is the addition of video-calling for the iPhone 4, it allows a user to make video calls on either WiFi and or 3G network connections. Its ability to make video-calls over 3G is a surprise because Facetime from Apple is still restricted to making video-calls over WiFi.