Techs & Trends
send a text message toa sprint phone even though i have cingular service?
anyone a test user at threeoclock.com
They have been sending my 3650 weekly video/text magazines to me for FREE!!
At the end of this month threeoclock.com goes live and I have been told by their tech department that anyone that preregisters will always be able to use the service for free.
I can really recommend the service (but you need a java phone)
Their 60 magazines cover every subject. I have been getting the music and the sports ones and they are really fun.
Long download on GPRS (4 mins)
Need a bit of storage space.
Video is a bit jumpy
Has anyone else been using it, is anyone else a memeber, what do you think??
What is the definition of a smart phone?
Sayno RL2500 to Verizon
AD discussions continues below...
MAC OS10 Compatible phns and palm pilots-HHHELP!!!
Thanks in advance,
PLEASE HELP WITH V400
fast battery drain
What’s Fuelling Japan’s 3G growth?
http://www.makoanalysis.com/news/news_item.asp?NewsI ... »
GSM or CDMA
So what is the best way to go... I have had ATT CDMA and they are pushing GSM ... but coverage sucks and I understand that you can't ROAM ... so if I am in an are that TMobile has tower and not ATT I don't get service ??? I hear that for 3G you got to go the CDMA route ...
What to do what to do ??
prepaid nextel boostmobile.
If It Were'nt For Carrier Hype...
Nokia: Bluetooth flaw gnaws at phone security
"Nokia has confirmed that some of its Bluetooth-enabled cell phones are vulnerable to "bluesnarfing," in which an attacker exploits a flaw to read, modify and copy a phone's address book and calendar without leaving any trace of the intrusion.
Networking and security company AL Digital said on Monday that it had discovered a security flaw in Bluetooth, a wireless data standard, that could allow such an attack. The flaw affects a number of Sony Ericsson, Ericsson and Nokia handsets, but some models--including a handful of Nokia phones--are at greater risk because they invite attack even when in "invisible mode," according to AL Digital.
According to AL Digital's Bluestumbler Web site, vulnerable phones incl...