News360 Launches For Android Honeycomb

News360 is an application that has been available for iOS, Windows Phone 7 and RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook and is now released for Android 3.0 (Honeycomb). With News360 you will be able to get full access to real times news from thousands of international and local media outlets giving you a full 360 degree view of the world around you.

When you open the applications, you’re able to start looking through top stories right away. When you find a story that grabs your attention, right in the headline you will be see what sources have covered the story. Read more

T-Mobile Stops Offering Unlimited Data

It is not a shock, but T-Mobile has now eliminated Unlimited Data. T-Mobile has rearranged their plans to be more competitive like AT&T. When people asked me the best value in cellular I use to immediately say T-Mobile. It appears I will need to start saying Sprint. Complete pricing and plans after the break Read more

Installer, The 3rd Party iOS App Store – Jailbreak

If you are looking for an additional jailbreak app store besides Cydia, today may just be your luck day. The Infini-Dev team has resurrected their Installer app and made it available for download.

Installer was the first 3rd party app store when the iPhone was released. To install Installer you will need to add the following repo to Cydia. http://fr0stdev.co.cc/repo and then download the package.

Due to the way Installer operates you are not able to add repos so don’t be looking at this as any type of Cydia replacement anytime soon. We are always up for competition and multiple sources for apps so give Installer a try. This app store is just forming so please understand there is not much content in there just yet. Read more

PayPal For Android Updated Allows Check Scanning

PayPal for iPhone allows users to scan a check directly into their account and allows for them to transfer money between their PayPal and bank account.

Now Android users can have the same experience as iPhone users, PayPal is available in the Android Market for free. You can now scan checks into your account without having to worry about any fees, check your balance, withdrawal money and even view past transactions. You’re even able to send money for free within the United States whether you use PayPal or your bank account. Read more

Motorola Droid X2 Available Tomorrow

Starting tomorrow you can purchase the Motorola Droid X2 online for $199.99 with a new two year agreement. The Droid X2 has a 4.3-inch qHD display, Adobe Flash Player, an 8 megapixel camera with auto focus and HD video recording. The Droid X2 is also Verizon’s first smartphone with a 1 GHz dual-core processor.k. Read more

Intel To Deliver A Smartphone In 2012

A while back Intel announced they were going to bring a smartphone to the market, but as time went by Intel continued to delay the device. The reason for the delay was blamed on Intel’s partnership with Nokia, which they are saying was a mistake. Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini stated that “In hindsight, Nokia was the wrong partner to have picked.”

Paul also clarified the “the 32nm Medfield smartphones are indeed on the way.” He also said, “You’ll see the first Intel-based phones in the first part of next year.” Read more

T-Mobile Offering $99 Samsung Galaxy Tab

T-Mobile is running a great deal on Samsung Galaxy Tab devices right now. If you have been looking for an Android tablet, you might want to take them up on their offer for the Galaxy Tab. Right now you can get the Galaxy Tab for $99 under contract which is a $100 savings. These Tabs are refurbished but carrier the same warranty.

Specifications after the break: Read more

Sprint Experiencing Network Outage

Looks like Sprint is having some issues with their network in some states according to Engadget,  Some customers aren’t able to send text messages and others are having issues with voice calls. More as this develops.

From Engadget:

Uh oh, according to the handful of tips we’ve received, it appears that Sprint is currently having some technical problems on its cellular network in some states. Specifically, customers aren’t having much luck with sending text messages, while some are also not able to make voice calls.

Update 1: Tweet from Sprint “We are currently aware, I do apologize. We are working on a resolution. Thank you for your patience.”

Update 2: Engadget got a response from Sprint:

“We did have some disruption to Sprint SMS traffic earlier tonight, but it wasn’t a complete disruption — we lost partial capacity for about an hour. Engineers immediately began rerouting traffic and after about an hour things went back to normal.

There is no significant voice disruption anywhere in the US except for a small part of our Sprint network in the Washington, DC area. That has since been resolved and had no relation to the SMS disruption.”

Looks like all is well now except a lot of people online are still complaining about issues.

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