Tag: mobile

Samsung Propel Pro: My first professional hands-on gadget review

As many of you know, I’ve been writing/blogging for the TechCrunch Network (i.e. MobileCrunch, CrunchGear, & TechCrunch) since December 2008. Today’s MobileCrunch post marks my first professional hands-on gadget review.

iPhone 3G in chocolate?

Apple might not have any plans to add a brown model to its impending iPhone 3G lineup (black or white), but you can still get the iPhone 3G in chocolate…literally!
USBfever is now accepting pre-orders for its ‘IPhone Chocolate Style Silicone case.’  This novel case turns big A’s mobile into a bar of chocolate – providing …

Mobile is halfway there

According to the International Telecommunications Union, 49% of the world’s population (3.3 billion people) use mobile phones as of the end of 2007. In contrast, only 20% of the globe has access to traditional landlines.

It’s time to mobilize

With more and more people accessing the Net via mobile devices, it has become more important than ever to make websites compatible with mobile browsers. Thanks to MoFuse, creating a .mobi site has become a snap.
It’s as simple as signing up for a free account, inputting some info about your site, and pointing readers …

All for one(Connect), and one(Connect) for all!

Yahoo! announced an upcoming mobile app today at the Mobile World Congress in Spain – oneConnect. The major appeal of this application is its ability to consolidate just about every IM and social network into one place.

Users will be able to send messages to contacts across a wide variety of sites including Facebook and …

Good Times, Bad Times

T-Mobile has just rolled out a new service: HotSpot @Home. This service allows their customers’ cellphones to automatically switch from the T-Mobile cellular network onto their specially configured home wi-fi network seamlessly.
What’s the big deal you ask? Well for one thing, once you have jumped onto your (or any other authorized) wi-fi network, the …