The popular RSS reader application Viigo, which also happens to be the most downloaded third-party BlackBerry app, has been acquired by BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM).
Text and photos by Gadjo C. Sevilla
With its off-the-wall specs and opulent screen plus its refined handling of the Android OS, the Google Nexus One is powerful, versatile and innovative player in the smartphone market.
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
Overall, the Motorola Milestone really showcases where the Google Android OS is headed. As a smartphone, it has tremendous potential, especially for users who crave a physical keyboard, large memory capacity and access to Google’s more advanced cloud applications.
By Ted Kritsonis
Ringtones are great for personalizing your phone and contacts, but why pay for them when you don’t have to? We show you how you make or find your own by only using a Web broswer.
by Lee Rickwood
If you go, you’ll be able to hear the insights of Alex Nicolaou and Punit Soni of Google, as they discuss the increasing utility and usage of mobile devices.
by Lee Rickwood
Multiple Twitter feeds and Foursquare meet-ups can be managed using new tools from Vancouver’s HootSuite
By Gadjo C. Sevilla
Regarded by enthusiasts as “the ultimate Google Android smartphone,” the Nexus One was built by HTC specifically from Google’s design specs. The device runs on a speedy 1GHz Snapdragon processor and features the best screen in the market today, a 3’7 inch 480 by 800 AMOLED display.
Vancouver-based Canpages, the online local search firm, is launching a nation-wide contest for smart phone application developers on the iPhone, BlackBerry, Android and web platforms.