Unlimited SMS savings for iPhone (or any phone) family account holders

There are currently three different iPhone plan add-ons for at&t family accounts. Each plan offers unlimited data usage & visual voicemail. The only difference which dictates the price of each (3) is the number of text messages available. At current, the iPhone plans for existing customers break down as such: $20 includes 200 SMS Text […]

How-to: Proper Gmail IMAP for iPhone & Apple Mail

UPDATE 03/28: Check out this Mail plugin which adds email archive support to Apple Mail. UPDATE 11/18: inaequitas reminds us that in order to star messages on your iPhone, simply move the message the starred items directory. UPDATE 10/26: RayL re-confirms the advantage of mapping your client-side Sent, Drafts, & Trash with server-side Gmail labels […]

iPhone vs. TyTN II Kaiser, which came out on top?

Roughly 20 days ago, I took delivery of a shiny new HTC TyTN II Kaiser (recently re-badged and offered stateside as the at&t Tilt). Similar to the feature packed Nokia N95, HTC’s TyTN II Kaiser pulled out all the stops offering everything you could possibly want in a mobile handset that still managed to fit […]

Hold your breath, Apple iPhone to HTC TyTN II Kaiser

UPDATE: My thoughts and experiences concerning the HTC TyTN II Kaiser. Naturally, as time progresses, personal interest and taste change; replaced with new interest(s). Despite my own attempts to persuade myself to ignore the urge, I rarely follow through with my intention(s) to resist falling for the next latest & [purportedly] greatest gadget. Call it […]

MyQuire, experiences, and DEMOfall 2007 conference

In early June I hinted of change. One of those changes was my decision to join the Quire, Inc. team developing a web application known as MyQuire. Since then, I’ve experienced the joys of working [physically] in an "office" which made Nerf gun wars a reality meant help was a slap on the back of […]

MOTOROKR S9, wireless – sounds OK, looks dorky

UPDATE 10/29: Lindsay has been selected as the winner. Email confirmation sent. Congrats Lindsay! Motorola is trying their best to make a niche for themselves in the mobile entertainment arena with the ROKR (rocker get it?) line of cellphones & accessories. Sprint / Motorola sent me Motorola’s latest, the MOTOROKR S9. Although I admit fascination […]

Maybe shopping in person actually does save time?

Yesterday I was hoping to have some free time to visit the grocery store to pick-up a few necessities. Unfortunately, I realized all too late that hopping in a car for a trip to the grocery store was out of the question. Having heard a thing or two about the “convenience” of shopping online for […]

$200 iPhone price-cut?! I expected that next year

UPDATE 09/06: Steve Jobs posts an open letter confirming that early iPhone adopters will receive a $100 voucher to be used at the Apple Store. September 5th, Apple announces new iPod hardware – which iPod are you? Not surprising considering early rumors spoke of such updates weeks ago. What was not expected was the significant […]

Logitech Harmony 720, an easy-to-use universal remote

Despite the fact that I had managed to keep my home entertainment system "clean" and free of exposed wiring, I was still juggling three different remotes (depending on what I was doing) – one remote for the Toshiba 42HL67, a second for the digital cable box, and a third for the Mvix MX-760HD. Although both […]