According to recent reports released by Apple, 3GS devices my be running low in the arsenal of their products.  With a release date of late September moved forward to the 12th, the new iPhone5 looks like it may be pushing the (now 3 year old) iPhone 3GS to the curb.  According to 9to5mac.com… “until further… Read More


  “ONE WEEK ONLY: biteSMS licenses on SALE HALF PRICE!!! Check out biteSMS, Settings, Themes…NICE!!! Added a ‘mark as read’ icon in the Apple banner roll notification. Added the ability to display the contact pic in the ‘Lock Screen Notification List’ (see biteSMS, Settings, More Stuff, Contact Pics). Better control of Quick Reply. See biteSMS,… Read More


If you have been following along with all of the guys who are behind the scenes of jailbreaking, then you already know. Some how, amazingly fast productivity has kept them on the heals of the the iOS6 developers. Releasing update after update of jailbreaks. Presently, you can upgrade your iDevice, by downloading the iOS6 firmware… Read More


Ah never mind.  This tuned out to be fake.  Oh but I wish it was true.  🙂   This is just TOO good.  I read a story in thepaperblog on how Samsung paid Apple in nickles!  30 Trucks full! Seems the laywer forgot to include any clause about HOW to make the payments.  Nice.  Seems… Read More


Just saw this on Squares website.  This is a BIG win for the Square folks. This could be the tipping point for more established retailers to move to non credit card based virtual payment systems.  This is not all of the news though, Starbucks is going to invest $25 million in Square as part of… Read More


I am here at the Augmented Reality Event 2012 in Santa Clara and saw this rather cool demo from Daqri, a southern California augmented reality dev shop. This augmented reality application that runs on the iPad and I will call an AR body browser, allows users the ability to turn on and off various layers… Read More


Its been a while since the T Mobile Girl, Carley if you will, changed from her girly pink to a bit more edgy black leather, but still with pink accents mind you.  So what does it mean?  Is suppose to indicate an more aggressive T-Mobile that is going to try get back the customers it… Read More


HTC has been the young upstart in the phone manufacturing business jumping fast on the Android train and getting a good chunk of the phone market after only 5 years. However, this year has not been so promising as shares of HTC fell on the Taiwan Stock Exchange after the company reported a sharp plunge… Read More


Charting unknown territory is definitely nothing new for the Danes. Danish companies such as Vestas, Lego, and Unity3D are conquering their industries in a way that would make their viking ancestors proud. Now entering this group is Playingmondo, a platform for creating and interacting with location based experiences. For those not familiar with location-based services,… Read More


Research in Motion has become the mobile industry’s punching bag lately and today is no exception, with a new report saying its upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS is all-around awful. A new report from Boy Genius Report asserts that the upcoming BlackBerry 10 OS, which has already been pushed back until late 2012, is basically a… Read More


In 2011, the competition between Google Android devices and Apple iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) became heated. But as new year-end data shows, consumers turned to the iPhone to play games while they enjoyed broader apps on Android. Clearly, the numbers show that iPhone consumers are using their devices for games, while Android users are… Read More


Great, so now you can get a micro sim from T-Mobile. What does that mean?  Well, you may know that over one million iphone are running on the T-Mobile network despite the fact that you cannot run 3G. However, what you may not know is that you have to take a pair of scissors (or… Read More


NFC payments are still trying to take hold, but while at MobileBeat, I’m listening to Bill Gajda, Head of Global Mobile Product, Visa Inc. about the future of NFC.  He is saying that in NY taxi cabs and subways are starting to accept NFC payments.  Big box stores are just starting to come on board… Read More


MobileBeat 2011 — VentureBeat’s 4th annual flagship conference on the future of mobile — on July 12-13 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, is gathering the brightest minds in the industry to explore this year’s hottest macro trend: the arrival of true mobile computing now that 4G is here. There’s no doubt that 4G… Read More