Mobile web is the future of internet browsing. With HTML5 support for mobile web, there’s no doubt it’ll be easier to access the internet using a mobile device.
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I spent some time at Verizon this morning helping a client port her number from a T-Mobile Android to a Verizon iPhone. The real fun began when we couldn’t transfer 2,400 contacts off the Droid’s SIM card. Needless to say, I wish we had the ConXfer App!
ConXfer is a patent pending wireless, mobile to mobile secure contacts transfer application. It simplifies the process of securely transferring a user’s contact and mobile business cards from one device to another using WiFi or Bluetooth.
United Airlines just announced plans to have Wi-Fi broadband Internet on international flights!
Although on the surface, this may not seem like such a tremendous deal, as there are already a bunch of US airlines that offer “In-Flight Wi-Fi”; this announcement is really a big departure from the norm.
Did you know you can save, as well as edit and create documents on your iPhone 4 / iPad 2? Purchase the Documents To Go application. It will allow you to save a full suite of Microsoft Office documents to your device (Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint documents) in their original format. Documents To Go will also let you save and view Adobe PDF files, Apple iWork files, and others.
Want to forget a wifi network? You can! If you accidentally connected to a wifi network once, your device remembers it for life—right? Wrong! There’s a way to prevent that annoying wifi pop-up. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Find the network under the ‘Choose a Network’ heading. Select the blue arrow next to the network you’d like to remove and tap the button on the top that says ‘Forget this Network’. And it’s gone!
BlackBerry’s newest edition, the BlackBerry Playbook went on sale April 19th, getting a snub from both AT&T, Verizon.
More than two days after the PlayBook debuted, two of the largest U.S. wireless carriers announced they are still unsure about offering some of the tablet’s features, or perhaps selling the device at all.