Hey Sprint! Got Something for You
By: Doug Simmons - 11 April 2011 - 4 Comments

Word is Dan Hesse is getting benched from the Sprint ads. Figured now’s the time to throw you fellas a bone (complete with a visual prototype). Doing this as a gesture of tepid spite,

Cocktail Flow Is Free This Week
By: David K - 11 April 2011 - 4 Comments

Cocktail Flow is the premier drinks app for Windows Phone and in fact, the aesthetics of the app make it something everyone should take a look at. if you haven’t tried it, when you

Does This Count?
By: Doug Simmons - 11 April 2011 - 18 Comments

Ooo I hate it when you guys rub my nose in Android fragmentation! Bullies. But some big news hit the Android world late last night, that Gingerbread (the latest Android phone OS) is available

The Top Selling Weave RSS Reader Is On Sale
By: David K - 10 April 2011 - 1 Comment

Weave is the top selling paid RSS reader in the Windows Phone Marketplace and it’s on sale now (through the weekend) for just $.99. The trial mode is ad based and has almost all

Damn Curiosity
By: Doug Simmons - 10 April 2011 - Comments Off on Damn Curiosity

You know what that is? Hard to tell because of all the sex offender dots smothering the map but that’s my hometown, New York City. I was on the random section of a laissez

HTC Alarms Fixed! – Don’t Know Why
By: Jim Szymanski - 09 April 2011 - 15 Comments

Factory reset my Surround a couple weeks ago to research/resolve a Live Tile issue and when I reinstalled my 140+ plus apps/games I left about 20 off, thinning things out a bit. One of

Silver Navigator: Turn By Turn Navigation For Windows Phones
By: David K - 09 April 2011 - 10 Comments

Silver Navigator was just released in the market and it promises turn by turn directions using Bing maps. Here’s their description: Silver Navigator is the very first navigation software for the Windows Phone 7.

RIM Will Lose the Enterprise Market Too
By: Doug Simmons - 09 April 2011 - 5 Comments

RIM’s edges over Android, iPhones and Microsoft phones in the serious business world have included a reputation of being the no-brainer choice for businesses in terms of security, auditing and total remote control. Another

Shrinks, Go Easy on the Email
By: Doug Simmons - 09 April 2011 - Comments Off on Shrinks, Go Easy on the Email

Also defense attorneys and brothel madams. I just got a Nigerian scam spam from a psychiatrist I did a computer gig for a few months back. Hopefully he’s the type of shrink with enough

Bing FTW! The Best App of Early 2011
By: Murani Lewis - 09 April 2011 - 1 Comment

At times like this as its best to just get out of the way and let the awesomeness be experienced.  Behold, the best app I’ve ever seen for mobility and one that puts Google’s