Category: Featured

  • Android Market on track to surpass Apple App Store

    Google’s efforts to market the Android OS platform to software developers appears to be working.  A strong open source community combined with developer events and free developer phones have lead to droves of applications popping up in the official android marketplace.  It’s no wonder Steve Jobs and Apple have recently been in the news seemingly […]

  • How to: Prevent cracks of your windows phone applications

    Following is an article authored for PPCGeeks News by our very own member, Ziggy471. He has many years of experience in computer programming and coding, and has written the following to help both aspiring and veteran mobile application developers deal with an issue that may arise. So you have decided to download the Windows Phone […]

  • How Many Apps In That App Store?

    Apps, apps, apps! With Google’s recent announcement that the Android Market has reached 38,000 applications, I decided to find out how many applications are in each of the major smartphone app stores. Remember that these figures are only for the number of applications in the official application store and do not include the total number […]

  • Social Networking Is Central To Microsoft’s KIN

    The rumored “Project Pink” that Microsoft has been developing to succeed their Sidekick phone is real, as Microsoft unveiled it today. Named Kin One and Kin Two, these two devices launch with the same focus in mind: social networking.  These phones are “designed to navigate your social life,” Robbie Bach of Microsoft stated in the […]

  • PPCGeeks Has A Microsoft MVP On Staff- BigDiesel07

    The PPCGeeks staff and community would like to congratulate Sean Van Sickle (who you know by his username BigDiesel07). He recently received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award in the Windows Mobile category. For those of you that do not know what the MVP Program is, here is a brief description by Microsoft. “The Microsoft […]

  • [PPCG Editorial] Making The Move To Android

    I’ve been a Windows Mobile user since 2006, with my first smartphone being the Palm Treo 700wx on Sprint. From there I moved to the Sprint Touch (aka HTC Vogue). I never owned a Diamond, but I’ve flashed one and was able to use one. After that, I moved to At&t and bout the Tilt, then the Fuze (Touch Pro) on its release. Last week I got the At&t 3G-compatible Nexus One, my first time using an Android device. This editorial explains my experience moving to Android and why I’m happy with my decision. Click to read more and share your experiences and thoughts!

  • Meet The HTC Evo 4G, Sprint’s First 4G Mobile Device

    Remember this post we had last week about the HTC Supersonic being announced at CTIA? Well, it has arrived and wow! This device is quite a sight to see! Officially named the HTC Evo 4G, this super smartphone runs Android 2.1 on a 480 x 800 4.3-inch TFT LCD screen that is as crisp as […]

  • Radioshack to carry the HD2!

    Ladies and gents, the word is out! Thanks to the work of JQuill and Jbearamus, we have confirmed Radioshack to be one of the carriers to carry the T-Mobile HD2 upon, or around release. According to SKU lists, the device will be held from sales until the 24th, this coming week, but its confirmed by internal workers in the Radioshack mill! Read on!

  • Updated: Official Sprint WM6.5 Update For TP2 Coming March 19th

    Although most of you are probably running a cooked Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM from our forums, some of you will be happy to hear that a Sprint brochure shows that the Touch Pro 2 will be upgradeable to Windows Mobile 6.5 in March. Our user platin465 was kind enough to post an image of the Sprint Small Business Catalog. Update: Our user 99accordv6 was nice enough to give us thetip that the update will be available this Friday, March 19th.

  • Nexus One hits the shelves free of contract

    That’s right the heat is on! Google’s Nexus one hit the shelves today equipped for 3G action on AT&T and Rogers networks, free of any contract from carriers. The device is available for purchase from Google’s on-line phone store carrying a price tag of $529. For more information on the phone visit Google’s phone store.

  • Welcome To The New PPCGeeks!

    If you haven’t noticed, PPCGeeks has changed out style throughout the site. We’ve were rocking the old style for about 6 months, but we weren’t completely satisfied with it, so over the past month, we’ve been working hard and bringing you something hopefully everyone will enjoy. We will try to go over all of the changes with you so everyone is on the same page. Please give us your feedback in the comments!