The new Tmobile Dash phone is the newest device in the combined cellphone and PDA market. With built -in wifi and bluetooth as well as being a GSM phone, the T-mobile Dash allows you maximum connectivity in a mimimum-sized package.
The new Sony Reader is an eBook reader introduced by Sony that is about the size of a paperback, but weighing just 9 ounces. The Sony Reader works with the Connect service, which is like iTunes for books. With 64mb of memory on board, and an expandable memory card slot, the Sony Reader is capable of carrying dozens of ebooks at once.
We think that you can’t go wrong with the Sidekick hand held Internet email device. For our money, it’s the best handheld Internet email device on the market today.
The new T-Mobile Sidekick 3 (not Sidekick III, no Roman numerals here!) came out this week, and our ongoing testing has revealed that the Sidekick 3, despite being Edge capable, is not actually yet on an Edge network. And if you want it, it will cost you.
For what bluetooth services the T Mobile Sidekick 3 offers, it’s quite decent. Of course, it doesn’t have voice dialing. And it doesn’t stop there. Because it also doesn’t have any of the standard bluetooth services which you can get on pretty much any bluetooth-enabled phone now. Such as, you know, file transfer!
You can find an online users manual for the T Mobile Sidekick 3 at the Danger site (it is, after all, really the Danger Sidekick). To get online help for the Sidekick 3 (not the Sidekick III, as they did away with the Roman numerals with the Sidekick II), go here.
A Sidekick 3 by any other name (Danger Sidekick, Sidekick Phone, T-Mobile Sidekick – just not Sidekick III, please!) is the hottest new device to hit the streets. Complete with its own Sidekick 3 backgrounds (wallpaper) and its own Sidekick 3 bluetooth, here is a side by side comparison and review of the T Mobile Sidekick 3 (not the “T-Mobile Sidekick III” because they did away with the Roman numerals).
After “buying” a stolen Sidekick, Sashacristal8905 at AOL used the stolen Sidekick to log into her AIM account, and take pictures of herself. And then was surprised when she was tracked down, and threatens the rightful owner! So does her brother, WarriorPena84, who is an MP in the Army.
After the massive patent infringement lawsuit by NTP against Blackberry’s RIM, after months with millions of Blackberry users worried that they would forever lose their beloved Blackberry service, and pondering life without their Blackberries, and whether there was a Blackberry alternative, and after the 11th hour settlement between Blackberry and NTP to ensure that Blackberry users wouldn’t lose their service, guess what?
At last, Research in Motion seems to have seen the light, and has gone back to the bargaining table, and settled the multi-million dollar lawsuit against them. But you’d still be better off with a Sidekick, in my opinion.
As millions ponder a life without the RIM Blackberry device, they wonder “is there an alternative to the Blackberry? Is there a replacement for the Blackberry?” The answer is a resounding “yes!”
Blackberry maker Research in Motion, also known as RIM, has suffered another blow in the patent infringement lawsuit brought by patent-holder NTP. As the walls close in on RIM, an injunction may be imminent.
The RIM Blackberry law suit with NTP has been in the news a lot lately. But what does this lawsuit really mean for users of the RIM Blackberry?
Urban Othello is an outdoor game of Othello, using city streets, and the T-Mobile Sidekick.
Bluecasting says that what they do is not spamming, because you asked for it. The Internet security industry is taking notice, and they say that it’s dangerous.