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Tue, May 20th, 2008 by Graves and Allen

iPhone 3G

So many people have said so much about the new iPhone, that I won’t take a lot of time to describe it or even to talk about it. Blood Work move It qualifies as the hottest, slickest and best phone currently on the market. I really enjoy mine. Everyone in my family now has an iPhone and they all love their iPhones. My wife even learned to text message on it and she loves to use it to check her email and look things up on the Internet while she is out and about.

I love all the apps that I can add to it. Some of them have proven very useful. The ATT 3G network provides much faster Internet access speeds than its Edge network. The call quality appears to have improved as well.

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The new software released with the 3G iPhone (version 2) greatly improves the iPhone’s eMail abilities.  Although I have been partial to the Blackberry for eMail for some time, Apple has added some new features that the Blackberry does not have and, in some ways I now prefer the iPhone to the Blackberry for eMail.  I find the iPhone’s ability to handle email completely satisfactory.

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You can easily add apps from the App Store, a division of the iTunes Store on the Apple website.  You have the choice of adding the apps through your computer and then synching them into the iPhone through iTunes or add them directly to your iPhone.  As some of the apps are fairly large, you will find that it works best to download them to your computer or to have your iPhone connected via WiFi when you download them.  Visit the Apple website at www.apple.com for more information or go directly to the App Store in the iTunes store and browse for apps.

My favorite non game apps include: Mobile News (a solid news aggregator), Tap Forms (a password protectable storage vault for your personal information such as credit card numbers, bank account numbers, etc.), Stocks (continuous reports on the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P and other individual stocks of your choosing), Google (instant access for searching), ABA Journal (highlights of legal news), Now Playing (movies and times wherever you are in the US), Jott (notes you can leave yourself from any phone and recover on your iPhone in text), Yahoo One Connect (instant Yahoo), Evernote (grab it and store it), iWant (helps you locate restaurants, shops, etc. in your immediate vicinity) and TV.nu (what’s on TV). Surviving the Game ipod If you have trouble sleeping at night or just want some background noise when you relax, you might also take a look at Tranquility. It generates the sound of rain, waves crashing, a babbling brook, a forest at night and a few other sounds to help sooth your frazzled nerves or bore you to sleep.

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Tue, January 29th, 2008 by Graves and Allen

Rim Storms Ahead With Its Newest Blackberry

Blackberry Storm

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Last week I wrote about the Blackberry Bold, identifying it as the best piece of hardware RIM (Research in Motion) (www.rim.com 007 Casino Royale film ) had produced to date.

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I also noted that the Bold’s tenure at the top lasted about as long as a full moon, since RIM released the Storm shortly after the Bold. As good as the Bold is, I like the Storm better.

Why do I prefer the Storm? First of all, it provides all the services and capabilities of the Bold and more. It’s included camera produces 3.2 megapixel stills (compared to 2.0 for the Bold). The camera includes automatic flash, automatic focus and a 2x digital zoom.

The Storm also does videos, plays music, handles text messages, does email as well as any Blackberry device ever has (and I have thought Blackberry did the best job with email of any PDA or multi-function phone for some time).

Other features include built-in GPS, Blackberry Maps, SMS/MMS, Bluetooth and Micro SD card support. The phone works on Verizon’s 3G system (you can only get it with Verizon service for the present time).

Because it works on the 3G system, downloads run fairly quickly.

The large (3.25“) transmissive TFT LCD display supports over 65,000 colors and produces a resolution of 480 x 360.

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What really sets the Storm aside, however, is the new SurePress touch screen technology employed by RIM in the device. The Dark Half download The Storm has no physical keyboard, no dial and no trackball. You navigate by pressure and motion on the touch screen. Although the screen presents a solid surface, when you press it, you feel a physical click response as confirmation of the completion of the contact. The large icons and virtual keys make it pretty easy to get around and to use the keyboard. The technology offers a lot of cool options as well. Deception movie download You can use the Storm in landscape or portrait mode. If you use it in portrait mode while making a phone call, you get a virtual telephone pad. If you use it in portrait mode while performing a text function (such as email), you get a keypad similar to that on the Pearl (2 characters per key) and relatively small keys. If you turn it to landscape mode, the Storm senses the position and gives you a full virtual QWERTY keypad with large keys.

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