iTwin Reinvents USB Flash Drive

Founded in early 2008, Singapore-based iTwin wants to reinvent the USB drive. The technology is awesome and I think The New York Times would agree with us too. When Akash Nemani from iTwin […] Related posts: Flash Mob In The World’s Best Airport In a serious and fast paced garden city, the renowned… Why Flash […]

Why Flash Mobs Work for T-Mobile

Naturally curious and constantly poking his head into everything and anything, Amos believes that experience is the best teacher and is willing to eat, do or learn anything just for the next big idea in advertising. When he isn’t daydreaming, he can be found playing video games, watching good movies or enjoying music. T-Mobile never […]

Motorola Unveils a New Android Phone: Charm

Motorola today announced some specs, images and availability details for a new Android phone. Dubbed the Motorola Charm, this oddly shaped device will ship to T-Mobile subscribers this summer with a 2.8-inch screen, the current Android 2.1 operating system (not…

Samsung Android Phone Ships with a Copy of “Avatar”

An Android smartphone called Samsung Vibrant (a variant of the Galaxy S) launches on T-Mobile July 21, but when you pay the $199 price tag the phone won’t be all you’ll get. Each handset will come pre-loaded with a…

Facebook Launches New Mobile Site with No Data Fees

Facebook has just launched a fast new mobile version in order to expand its international reach. The new site, 0.Facebook.com, will be available in 45 countries through 50+ mobile and wireless network operators. It is a trimmed-down version of Facebook with most of the features of m.Facebook.com, including status updates, a newsfeed, Likes, wall posts […]

Verizon iPhone: What We Know So Far

Yesterday the web was ablaze with new rumors that Apple is developing two iPhones, one of which would be for the Verizon network. Deep-seeded unhappiness with AT&T’s network only helped fuel the rumors across the web. The reality though is that little is known about the supposed “Verizon iPhone.” Nobody knows if it even exists, […]

Nexus One Sales Are Lackluster: Here’s Why

Ten weeks after the launch of Google’s Nexus One smartphone, sales continue to remain slow. Mobile analytics firm Flurry, who also projected first week and first month sales for the snazzy device, has just released its latest sales estimates, deducing that in 74 days, 135,000 devices have been sold. This is in sharp contrast to […]

Unlocked Nexus One Comes to AT&T and Rogers

Today, Google announced that it is now selling a new version of the unlocked Nexus One that will work on AT&T and Rogers Wireless in 3G. Earlier today, we discussed the lackluster sales of Google’s Nexus One smartphone. One of the reasons we think sales are below expectations is that the phone was previously only […]

Windows Live Messenger for PPC

as seen on WM6 crossbow! A quick look into windows live messenger for PPC… it is true… it really is out there! If you live in the USA i think you can download it now… UK will have to wait (unless you have friends) haha (i have had this phone for a week now and […]

NOT the iPhone® on your Pocket PC

http://www.dvdtoiphone.com for a free trial download of iLaunch. iLaunch is a screen lock and application launcher utility for Pocket PC (phones). It does some of the things the iPhone® does, a lot less, and a few things more. Watch a demo video of iLaunch in action. This video and software do NOT contain copyrighted material […]