Google Voice is one of my favorite and most useful applications. I love it because of the transcription for voice mail, the ability to listen to your voice mail, screen calls, and above all it’s FREE. The latest update is small but does have the labels included, just like there are labels with your Gmail […]
Well, nearly almost all calls. First, Google Voice is only available for the U.S. currently. Secondly, according to their official Google Voice Blog, the update isn’t active at this time for 100% of the calls, but they are planning for it to be effective sometime next week. What’s so great about Google Voice?
With a large leap from 4.0.2 to 4.2.0, Google Maps was updated today to include a few interesting and exciting new features. Download it here. Included are the following: I’m not positive about whether or not I have some functional issues or the application does, but with the new share places feature, when I select […]
Google updated their mobile Search app, and this time there was love for the BlackBerry Storm and Storm2. I’ve even included what Google said in their blog about the changes for the new morning update. So if you updated last night, it’s time to update once more.
Google has their updated mobile apps versions up, so if you use mobile Google Search (v3.6.11), Google Sync, or Google Voice (v0.1.7), you should download and replace the versions you have. There’s no log listed yet, but when there’s an update, there’s always some fixes and improvements. Update your Google apps from the Mobile Google […]
FourSquare users, get your update now from foursquare. The FREE beta GPS game foursquare for BlackBerry just updated, it’s faster and tweaked, and it’s ready to be downloaded. If you haven’t played FourSquare, it’s a fun game where you check in to each place, your friends can play, it’s really similar to Google’s Latitude meets […]
First off, a big thanks to Charlotte and Kevin from SMobile for this exclusive. Today I had the opportunity to speak in conference call with Kevin Thomas, Vice President of Business Development of SMobile Systems, and the security concerns of the Apple iPad coming aboard to the Mobile World. There’s a lot of excitement, a lot […]
We first heard about BIS 2.8 launch last week, and now RIM has released official details about it’s launch. BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) version 2.8 will launch early to mid September, and will feature Google contacts synchronization, and will also no longer require Hotmail/Windows Live users to re-validate their passwords every 90 days. So keep […]
RIM has reported $643 million in earnings (that’s $1.12 per share), for the 1st Quarter that ended May 30th. A year ago, that result was 482.5 million (that’s $.84 a share). Excluding a $175.1 million tax credit and other items such as that, RIM earned $564.4 million (that’s $.98 a share). Revenue was $3.42 billion, […]
Google definantly loves intorducing new features to their mobile applications. They have just launched a new update to their Google Mobile App which now gives you the ability to search for business around by using either your devices GPS or triangulating from the cell towers. Best of all you can either type your input in […]
Have you ever wished you had a BES (Enterprise Server) for your BlackBerry but you don’t want the cost? Well Google has introduced a new version of their Google Mobile Sync for BlackBerry, which allows you to sync with BlackBerry address book and caledner into their web-based email. Previously Google Sync only transferred your calender […]