by admin on August 23, 2008

GPS (Global Positioning System) vs AGPS (Assisted Global Positioning System. Which is better for a mobile phone user. Here’s an attempt to understand:   Sprint describes how their system is supposed to work from their online FAQ: Q: What is Assisted (…)

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iPhone is launched in India

by admin on August 22, 2008

Airtel and Vodafone launch the iPhone 3G in a non-3G country at the ridiculous price of approximately USD 700. Still many will buy it. Mostly from the grey market where it’s cheaper and install a hack. If only cellular service (…)

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Remember the Milk on your BlackBerry

by admin on August 16, 2008

Remember the Milk is available on your BlackBerry.    Installing MilkSync for BlackBerry There is a 15 day free trial, which begins the first time you synchronize with MilkSync.Using the browser on your BlackBerry, access the URL below and follow (…)

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Olympic Apps for your phones

by admin on August 14, 2008

Of course, the first requirement is a working data connectionFor your Blackberry:CNN: To download the icon, visit To download the icon, visit http://m.nbcolympics.comViigo: Download Viigo from here CBC: visit for more infoWorldMate Live (gives you currency, weather etc (…)

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How to take iPhone Screen Grabs

by admin on August 13, 2008

Turns out you can take iPhone screen-grabs by holding Home and tapping the power button. Photos are (logically) sent to the Photos app.!Get the latest software update if this doesnt work. Haven’t tested it ourselves… 

Google iPhone App

by admin on August 13, 2008

From the official Google Blog Our first downloadable iPhone application is here. It’s free, and it makes searching faster and easier. It’s never as easy to type on a mobile phone as on a full keyboard and the mobile network (…)

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Lotus Notes on iPhone

by admin on August 9, 2008

Planned for delivery in 2008 as IBM Lotus iNotes™ software, Lotus Notes data will combine with the flexibility and connectivity of the Apple iPhone. To be built on the time tested IBM Lotus Domino Web Access infrastructure, users will be (…)

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