BlackBerry OS 4.6.1.231 for BlackBerry Curve 8900 gets leaked

BlackBerry OS 4.6.1.231 for BlackBerry Curve 8900 gets leaked

We have yet another leakage of a BlackBerry OS today courtesy of CrackBerry, this time round it is BlackBerry OS 4.6.1.231 which is for the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone. Apparently the word is this OS update is quite a step up from any previously leaked BlackBerry Curve 8900 OS, thus Curve 8900 owners may wish […]

Microsoft Windows Marketplace gets snooped and leaked

Microsoft Windows Marketplace gets snooped and leaked

Apparently Microsoft is in the final stages with Windows Mobile 6.5 OS and this should mean that Windows Marketplace mobile app store should also be ready for launch. Wmexperts has gained a few screenshots of what the Windows Marketplace looks like; they got the screenshot from a ppcgeeks forum member called MrHawaii who got into […]

iPhone OS 3.0 will allow Page 3 type content in App Store

iPhone OS 3.0 will allow Page 3 type content in App Store

It seems the big news is that Apple is to ship new parental controls in iPhone OS 3.0 which will enable adult content to be placed in the Apple iTunes App Store and thus downloaded onto the Apple iPhone according to a report on appleinsider. Apple recently rejected Newspaper app creator Makayama’s submission due to […]

Apple iPhone 3.0: Parental controls within Apps Store

Apple iPhone 3.0: Parental controls within Apps Store

Apple has been known to reject applications to the Apple iTunes App Store due to what they call inappropriate content. Well now according to 9to5mac that type of rejection may soon change. Apparently Apple has announced new parental controls in iPhone OS 3.0 that will allow the submission of adult content for the Apple iPhone. […]

BlackBerry Smartphones to receive Push Gmail from Google

BlackBerry Smartphones to receive Push Gmail from Google

Here’s a bit of news for all you BlackBerry smartphone users who have a Google Gmail account as pcworld announce that Google has unveiled a new service which will push their Gmail and calendar items to BlackBerry devices. This new service from Google is to be included with the Education and Premium editions of Google […]

RIM release push API to consumer software developers

RIM release push API to consumer software developers

The popular BlackBerry push technology is being injected into the consumer arena by Research In Motion via 3rd party developers writing apps that can tap into the push tech states a post on pcworld. According to the VP of strategy and research at Interpret, Michael Gartenberg, this move by Research In Motion could bring many […]

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 now available say RIM

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 now available say RIM

On Monday according to a report on Cnet, RIM announced the availability of their next generation of push-based server software for BlackBerry business users, BlackBerry Enterprise Sever 5.0. BlackBerry Enterprise Sever 5.0 enables users to get into corporate email, voice mail, wireless networking, instant messaging and enterprise apps while version 5.0 furthermore helps IT admins […]

Video: Fliphone remote control helicopter test with iPhone

Video: Fliphone remote control helicopter test with iPhone

Ever wanted to fly a remote control aeroplane or helicopter via your Apple iPhone handset? Well now you can, as some clever guy has wrote an iPhone application that allows him to do this. We have a video of the testing of FliPhone on a TX 450 Helicopter, the guys says you have to move […]

Nokia N86 8 Megapixel with app launch kickstand

Nokia N86 8 Megapixel with app launch kickstand

The Nokia N86 8 megapixel handset incorporates a kickstand and thanks to symbian-guru we now know that the Nokia N86’s kickstand isn’t simply just a kickstand. There are a series of screenshots which show that the Nokia N86’s rear kickstand can actually launch an application when the user flips it out to use. Kind of […]

Fennec takes advantage of Google Location Services for geo-location

Fennec takes advantage of Google Location Services for geo-location

Mozilla Firefox’s mobile version, Fennec is apparently to use Google Location Services for geo-location says Mozilla’s Doug Turner reports UnwiredView. Apparently geo-location will be an “opt-in toll” which shares the users location only if they so desire. Furthermore, if the user uses geo-location apparently the browser will get smarter, and thus deliver a better web […]