The end of unlimited data is nigh! As I discussed in yesterday's post, AT&T's announcement of limited data packages at lower prices has everyone up in arms. But the switch to a-la carte data is a positive move for everyone involved, including AT&T, the customer, and the US wireless phone industry as a whole. Reality Check Despite the hollers from the crowd, AT&T … [Read more...] about The End of Unlimited Data – Part 2: Who’s Being Subsidized?
I've been pretty pleased with my Jawbone Icon headset. It has good battery life, clear audio, and is comfortable to wear for an extended period (once I found a loop that works for my ears). But Aliph's claim that the Jawbone Icon could be upgraded with "apps" was underwhelming: None of the launch apps were compelling, and the app site itself remains in beta. But the company … [Read more...] about One More Reason to Buy a Jawbone Icon Headset: A2DP Bluetooth Audio!
It's finally here! The iPhone now has most of the functions of the BlackBerry - over-the-air push and sync of Exchange email, contacts, and calendars! Apple let the 2.0 OS out of the bag earlier today, and intrepid souls (and me) have taken the plunge and installed it. While most people, including me, headed to the (also active) App Store to try out the native games, I … [Read more...] about How To Set Up iPhone Exchange ActiveSync