Archive | Jan, 2011

About.me Out of Beta

About.me Out of Beta

About.me, a new service that enables users to create personal profile pages is now out of beta and open to everyone.  Users create simple bios, link to various social network profiles (and other sites), and upload an image of themselves to use as the background.  Users also have access to various analytics to track their profile activity.  Create your own profile today!

Jan 2nd, 2011Comments Off on About.me Out of Beta
Verizon to Debut Android LTE at CES

Verizon to Debut Android LTE at CES

It’s been confirmed – Verizon will be introducing LTE-powered Android devices at CES in the next couple of days.  See the update from their Twitter account.

Jan. 6 at #CES: #Android and #LTE – could it be like peanut butter and chocolate? YUM!

Jan 1st, 2011Comments Off on Verizon to Debut Android LTE at CES
Introducing Mobile Email 4.0 by Verizon

Introducing Mobile Email 4.0 by Verizon

Verizon Wireless announced an update coming to their email app, Mobile Email 4.0, earlier this month.  The application allows users to connect their regular phones (non-smartphones) to Microsoft’s Exchange, push email, and leverage an integrated contact list.  The service cost is roughly $5 per month and is only available to users who have a data plan of at least $15 per month.

Unfortunately, this software is only compatible with a handful of phones at this time.  (via Verizon)

Jan 1st, 2011Comments Off on Introducing Mobile Email 4.0 by Verizon
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