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Wireless companies have been building out their network capabilities to handle the demand of increased traffic, and several adjusted data pricing. The Telegraph, and UK based paper, recently published a study that suggests that 10% of all mobile broadband users account for 90% of data traffic. The study also states that roughly 60% of data traffic will be driven by video in 2011. (via Telegraph)
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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)
Google recently added the ability to restore your contacts through the desktop version of Gmail. This update functions similar to a system restore, in which users are able to roll back changes to their contact lists to previous dates (up to 30 days back).
“Let’s say you accidentally deleted a bunch of contacts or wiped the contact data from your Gmail account by mistake while syncing to another device. Visit Gmail’s Contacts section, select “Restore […]