Blackberry - "Field Full"
I have a Blackberry 7100g. Not because I'm some business person... but merely because I'm a net junky & this just made sense.
So anyway - when I want to post something on a message board... or frankly... I'm talking about my livejournal it gives me the "field full" message rather early on in the field. I don't understand why. It's not the website... & I've typed much more on my computer... but the damn crackberry won't accept it. Is this a setting I can change... tweak... or am I screwed?
BTW - I would have posted this in the RIM forum if there were any living souls there... & I tried the Development forum & apparently everyone is dead there as well.
Verizon: Can I still make voice phone calls with just the data plan?
I like the Audiovox 6600 and would like to use that as a wireless modem for my laptop. It would mostly be used for that, but I would also like to be able to make and receive occasional phone calls. I don't mind paying 25 cents/minute for the voice phone service, as my voice needs would be minimal. Since my voice needs are so low, I really can't justify $35/month for a voice plan on top of the $80/month for the data plan.
Can anyone advise if this will work? I'm also curious what voice "goodies" if any I would have access to, like call forwarding, v...
Bitpim and N330
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help with bluetooth and I 860
what is the bet bluetooth headset ??
Bluetooth Printing Off of Mobile Devices
I can make the connection but since I haven't figuered out a way to install the print drivers on the mobile devices I am not getting very far.
Research Question - How Many Current 3G Subscribers by Provider?
1. Verizon's CDMA EV-DO service (both phone and data card - if separate, even better)
2. Sprint PCS' current CDMA 1xRTT service (both phone and data card as above)
3. Cingular Wireless' UMTS service (which is available in six markets so far)
4. T-Mobile's nationwide HotSpot service ($29.99 for unlimited access at over 5,400 locations nationwide)
And finally (if possible), approximately how many regular users of Wi-Fi not subscribing to T-Mobile's HotSpot service.
The latest nationwide numbers would be great. Also is there any way that the data can be extrapolated for a particular market? Thank you f...
Intel Debuts First WiMAX Chip
April 18, 2005
Intel Debuts First WiMAX Chip
By Michael Singer
Intel (Quote, Chart) began shipping its first ever processor that taps into the wireless standard 802.16 or WiMAX, the company said Monday.
At separate press events in Washington DC, London and Shanghai, the chipmaker is expected to introduce its Intel PRO/Wireless 5116 broadband interface device. Previously known as Rosedale, the chip is designed for wireless modems and residential gateways. Prices were not disclosed by press time.
The processor's radio features an OFDM (define) physical layer, an integrated 10/100 media access controller, inline security processing and a time division multiplexing c...
Fast Growth Predicted for Wireless Broadband
http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release ... »
Novatel V620 and PowerBooks - We got em talking!
Apple provided drivers built-into Mac OS X 10.3.5 that support the Sierra PC 5220 card for Verizon's BroadBandAccess. The problem, the PC 5220 card is not that available (soon completly out) and Verizon, is pushing the Novatel V620, which is not compatible with PowerBooks.
We had a group of volunteers working on getting it working and we did last night.
http://www.EVDOinfo.com/Tips/PC_5220/PowerBook_Mac_O ... »
Question for Rich...
Bluetooth Adapters for non-bluetooth phones
All I am looking to do is have a phone that will also be able to sync up with my bluetooth enabled vehicle (Chrysler / UConnect). Would using an adapter on a non-bluetooth work for this?
Thanks for any advice!
Questions about EDGE
A. Is it available in the US yet?
B. Do you need an EDGE enabled phone to benefit?
C. What are some of the new capabilities for phones with EDGE?