With the release of the Touch Pro 2, users are frantically looking for ways to protect their product. While holsters do a great job of
Microsoft has finally released an official client to support WM6.0 and WM6.1. You can get it by going here. You can also get it by
Plantronics Discovery 975 Review November 16, 2009 by tsowen, PPCGeeks The Discovery 975 offers great-sounding call quality on both ends of the line There are
Besides our own App Reviews, there are always new and intriguing sites that showcase other unique perspectives when it comes to reviewing applications and games.
That’s right, after two weeks of planning, a week of waiting, and (nearly) a week of editing, the PPCGP is now available for public listening!
If you are rocking the global versions of the HTC Magic, Hero, or Tattoo there is an update for HTC Sync ready for you. It
UPDATE 11/13/09 8:30am CST: As of this morning, the mobile Marketplace client is pushing out an update. If you go into Marketplace, you’ll be prompted
Our forum member ajac has posted an article from PhoneArena that shows the Toshiba TG01 may be coming to Verizon. The screenshot is from a
As if the At&t’s latest Garmin Nuvifone wasn’t enough, Garmin has leaked plans of a future Android phone for 2010. The leak came on a
The rumor mills are still going around that Windows Mobile 7 will hit manufacturers in Q1 2010 and will be ready for an official launch
It seems that those of you who are rocking an Apple iPhone that has been jailbroken via a SSH client may catch a virus. A
This week I had the opportunity to test out and review the Plantronics Voyager PRO bluetooth headset. It has an internal 20-band equalizer to adjust
Sprint announced today that it will be cutting back internal and external labor costs by at least $350 million in the 4th quarter of 2009.
Google announced today that it will not be investing anymore money into Clearwire, and that the best thing it could do to help the WiMAX
Sprint is preparing to put another billion dollars into Clearwire, its 4G WiMAX partner. Their other partners, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Intel and Google (exclude