If you are one of the millions that like to send e-cards and do the JibJab sendables, then the Egozoo app should be on your download list. This app has sentiment themed scenes and allows you to record your voice then select music and/or sounds to customize the card. Once
According to a report from UBS Investment Research analyst Maynard J. Um, Apple and Verizon are currently in talks about a Verizon iPhone launch in the summer of 2010, but are in disagreement over pricing. Rumors of negotiations have been floating around since last fall, but many are still skeptical that Apple would make a CDMA-enabled handset. According to Mr. Um, it's true, but pricing is still being negotiated.
Northwest Securities is corroborating rumors that Apple's next iPhone for 2010 will support both CDMA and WCDMA wireless data network technologies, as well as the international standard, HSPA. The change would allow the device to operate on non-GSM wireless companies in the US, including Verizon, the nation's largest cellular network provider, and still work in foreign countries that only have GSM networks.
There have been a few rumors in this vein buzzing around here and there with little substance, but the latest is from a fairly confident source. 9to5 Mac got word from an unnamed tipster claiming that Apple is hard at work on a CDMA version of the iPhone 3G, which they are currently negotiating a deal for with US carrier Verizon Wireless.
Things in Canada seem to be getting better for cell phone owners, and surprisingly fast. Not long after the announcement of the formation of a new Canadian wireless carrier as a result of a recent spectrum auction, Canadian carriers Bell and Telus have both announced plans to drastically transition their entire networks from.