Smartphones

Samsung Epic 4G Review: Premium Device, Premium Price

The Samsung Epic 4G marks Sprint’s second 4G-capable Android handset and the first one with a slide-out hardware keyboard. The phone features a 4-inch, 800×480 Super AMOLED screen, Android 2.1, rear-facing 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, front-facing VGA camera, 1GHz processor, and 16GB of storage which is expandable to 32GB via …

What to Expect From webOS 2.0

When you truly believe in a product, you do whatever it takes to ensure its success. Despite whatever shenanigans are going on around you, you simply keep your head down and keep going. This is what Palm has been doing and today they’ve revealed a few things about to expect from webOS 2.0 with an early preview release for developers. …

OnMyWay Uses Your Phone’s GPS to Relay Tardiness to Others

If you’re perpetually late and you can’t afford a personal assistant because that aforementioned lateness causes you to miss out on fancy, lucrative business deals with marginally trustworthy individuals, maybe you’d benefit from something like OnMyWay.

It won’t help you get places on time, per se, but it’ll e-mail whomever you’re …

Dell Aero Runs Cupcake, Thinks It’s April 2009

Announced back in March, Dell’s Aero Android smartphone is now available from AT&T for $100 clams.

A 3.5-inch screen, 5-megapixel camera with 8x zoom and flash and just about every other feature you’d want can not be offset by the fact that the Aero is running Android 1.5. Here’s Dell’s official statement on why that …

Apple Plans To Remotely Kill Your iPhone If It’s Jailbroken

Jailbreaking might now be legal but that doesn’t mean Apple isn’t giving up on thwarting our freedom to do so.

According to the “Systems and Methods for Identifying Unauthorized Users of an Electronic Device” patent that was filed back in February and published last week Apple would be able to remotely identify and wipe …

Ten Quick Impressions of Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G

Sprint’s latest 4G-enabled phone, the Samsung Epic, landed on my doorstep today. I’ll be putting it through its paces for an upcoming review, but here are some initial first impressions. Also, if there’s anything in particular you’d like me to check out for the review, let me know in the comments section.

1. It’s not as big as I …

Bank of America, Visa Prep Pay by Phone System in New York

Here comes the digital wallet—to the New York area, at least. Reuters is reporting that Bank of America and Visa will be rolling out a pilot pay-by-phone program in the New York area next month that’ll run until year’s end.

The system will work with smartphones, but not quite as seamlessly as you’d think. Instead of installing a …

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