This new service from ATT offers up AT&T’s own-branded GPS service for your GPS enable devices. The service works in conjunction with TeleNav and offers up voice as well as color map-guided turn by turn directions directly to your GPS capable smartphones and other handsets. Read The Full Story
You may have seen picture upon picture of the AT&T Tilt, but have you smelt it? No! So come October 5th (that's tomorrow, as of my writing this, or yesterday if you're reading it on Saturday) stumble maniacally down to your nearest store and grab one; that's not exactly the message AT&T are going with, but at the end of the day the important thing is that for the grand sum of $299.99 and a cellular marriage of two years they'll give you HTC's latest WM6 smartphone. Read The Full Story
Some people just get to play with all of the cool new toys. This time, it's not Vincent that has all of the cool phones, but the guys over at Mobility Today got their hands on some of the hot new phones we're going to be seeing this fall. Read The Full Story
Alltel gets on the new RAZR 2 bandwagon today in releasing the V9m with some of its own customization such as XM Radio, Celltop, Axcess Search, and TeleNav GPS. The V9m offers standard features such as microSD expansion slot, stereo Bluetooth support, 2 megapixel camera with video capabilities, and a handsome external display – which are all on par with Sprint (click to read review), Verizon and at&t’s version of the RAZR2. Read The Full Story
So the BlackBerry 8820 is soon to be released on AT&T and someone that is supposedly and insider has outed the notion that the integrated GPS in the 8820 may be crippled by a monthly service fee in order to keep iPhone sales up. I personally think this is ludicrous.
There are several reasons for buying an iPhone, the music capabilities the highly innovative touchscreen, the simple fashion statement it makes. What I cannot come up with is one reason where the iPhone and any BlackBerry would ever compete for customers. Sure the BlackBerry has a lot of great features, features that maximize it’s usefulness for its intended audience, but I cannot think of one that would cause someone to walk into an AT&T store with the intention of purchasing and iPhone and suddenly be swayed to buy a BlackBerry.
If you are one of Treo 750 owner that has been patiently waiting for a Windows Mobile 6 ROM from Palm or your provider should rejoice today as the Internet has saved you from the annoying wait and see phase. Windows Mobile 6 ROM was on the loose and available for download since yesterday. This is not an official release from Palm or Treo 750’s carriers, but a leaked ROM. Here is the list of changes we know so far and many users on XDA forum has vouch for this ROM validity. Read The Full Story
AT&T is announcing today that the eagerly anticipated BlackBerry Curve will be available in stores, online and through the various B2B channels beginning tomorrow (Thursday, 5/31) for as low as $199.99 (with a 2-year contract and mail-in rebates). The Curve exclusive in the U.S. for AT&T and includes such AT&T-specific services as AT&T Music, Push to Talk and TeleNav Maps. This device also operates within the broadest domestic and international coverage area for BlackBerry services of any U.S.carrier. The BlackBerry Curve measures just 4.2” x 2.4” x 0.6”, weighs approximately 3.9 oz., featuring a 2-megapixel camera with zoom, enhanced media player, new desktop media manager, microSD expandable memory slot and spell checker for e-mail. Check back for SlashGear's review of the BlackBerry Curve sometime next week!