Welcome to the second edition of the PPCGeek Spotlight where we get enlightening perspectives and great insight from well known and well accomplished community members.
Spreading across the internet news feeds is the latest update for Google's Android Voice Search application. The update offers Android users the option of “personalized
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It's not the official updated version but it's close enough, especially if you are getting impatient waiting for the new Android Market update. Found at
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According to the Wall Street Journal and their recent research, both Sprint and T-Mobile will have their own 4G, high speed tablets sometime in the
HTC is pursuing higher growth for 2011 following the appointment of its new COO Matthew Costello and other top-tier executives. What's their plan of pursuit?
During our Podcast last night wideawake, Laos101 and a few others mentioned this event and their beliefs. Most of them agreed that this could possible
Microsoft looks like it wants to make sure it's Windows Phone 7 is a sure footed competitor in the wireless industry. According to Forbes, Microsoft
The latest Verizon flyer is making its way in the homes of millions nationwide and is making Curve and Bold users very pleased. The flyer
We’ve all heard rumors that the Storm3 has been cancelled, but from the looks of it, it seems that the phone is alive. The Blackberry
Sprint held a media conference call yesterday at 11:00 am announcing their plans to enhance services such as coverage, quality and speed. Sprint has awarded
Talk about a fast turn around. In the last weeks of November, we reported of the unlocker being released for Windows Phone 7.
15 apps seems like a lot when you talk about push notifications, especially considering battery life (although push is better than pull). According to