by Joe Levi | May 21, 2010 8:34 AM
Admit it, you miss running Internet Explorer when you're on your Android powered phone. Now you can! Same goes for Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. Wait, what? Okay, so it's not REALLY the desktop browsers, but these apps make it look that way. Take a look!
by Daniel Webster | February 18, 2010 12:30 AM
About a week ago Brandon posted a news article about how to get 3G speeds in the US on at&t's network and we recently acquired one and decided to test it out. In this video we demonstrate the HTC HD2 running at 3G/HSDPA on at&t's network. The phones that we have matched up against each other are the HTC Telstra HD2 (T9193) and the LG eXpo. Both devices sport a 1ghz Snapdragon processor and have the capability of operating on at&t's 850Mhz 3G network. The Telstra HD2's connection settings are unfortunately locked to Telstra's Next-G 3G network but the device comes SIM unlocked. To use the ...
by Chuong Nguyen | February 15, 2010 12:12 AM
While Adobe, maker of the Adobe Flash browser plugin, has been working with team Microsoft for a Flash 10.1 edition for Windows Mobile, that version will not be compatible with Windows Mobile 7 at launch--Windows Mobile 7 is widely anticipated to be announced at Mobile World Congress in a few short hours. We have learned from an unofficial source that Adobe has been testing Flash for Windows Mobile 6.x in Internet Explorer Mobile, which is based on the desktop-grade IE 6 protocol. According to PhoneScoop, Adobe has issued a statement that says that forthcoming information regarding Flash ...
by Chuong Nguyen | January 4, 2010 5:31 AM
When Microsoft debuted Windows Mobile 6.5 on October 6 as CTIA was going under way in San Diego late last year, the mature mobile operating system was met with mixed reviews from consumers and tech journalists who had anticipated more out of the Redmond, Washington software giant. However, the operating system seems to have weathered the test of time--through history--as well as in the months that have followed since 6.5 had debuted. According to one study, more Windows Mobile 6.5 users are surfing the net--in fact the increase is quite great at a whopping 50% more. The change? It could be ...