It's Tuesday and nothing major has happened. Again, Tuesdays are when companies like to bring out new gear. However, we got a lot of new Blackberry Storm news today. Looks like launch is days away. More specifically, Vodafone has come out with its website for Storm.
- Gizmodo on Vodafone's 3D Tour.
- This one is big. BGR reports Storm will be free. Catch: Only for tariffs over $35. About $70. I have to say, it's steep but not bad. "Game On!" says RIM.
- Ubergizmo on some specs. Agreed. No Wi-Fi?!
- Onxo on Blackberry Application Store.
- Onxo has started an update on Storm.
Mobile Devices Update:
- Google on Android Maps.
- Onxo on new laptop battery. Must read. Up to 40% increase battery life in 2009.
- T-Mo News on new plans. Could be important considerations for G1 users.
- Ars Technica on Motorola's Android plans.
- The iPhone Blog is saying EU may force iPhone to have removable battery. Sure, I'll go for that.
- Onxo asks if Apple can make America read again.
- Onxo on state of mobile war. Part 2: mobile devices versus laptops.
- Onxo reports NDP says iPhone big winner. ATT does pretty well too.
- Daily Wireless on Pakistan's continuing WiMax push.
- Onxo on economy and mobile fees.
- Onxo analyzes Microsoft putting Zune on Windows Mobile.
- Yahoo News reports cell phone growth estimates cut.
- Small Wave on app stores differences.
- Small Wave wonders if Google's Android is truly open. We don't think so. We believe Google learned some bad habits from its new wireless friend.
- RCR Wireless believes wireless providers need cloud to keep customers. We think they only have to do one simple thing: stop being evil. Let's "open" mean "open". Let "unlimited" mean "unlimited".
- Wireless Week on wireless stocks drop with the stock market.
- Appleinsider says kids like Apple gears. This does not bold well for RIM given that it's so closely associated with enterprise. Such a reputation is difficult to overcome. Maybe this is why Apple do not public push Macs on enterprise.
- MacDaily News on Apple-ATT anti-trust lawsuits. Ultimately, Apple may still come out ahead. Read to find out why.
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