via Streaksmart and Android Central. Still have a post on upgrading to alternate firmware forthcoming, though it’s less urgent all of a sudden.
I posted yesterday about some of the features I wished my iPod could do, and some of the things it can now as of the 2.0 software upgrade. There was a huge din of silence surrounding some vagueness about being able to watch video and listen to podcasts on your iPods. To clarify, of course [...]
I get a kick out of the various sites proclaiming what criminals Rogers Communications are. Specifically their wireless division. I’ve asserted for some time that the problem is deeper than that: The whole company stinks. From customer service to the jackasses running their websites. It’s a terrible customer experience. Why, in the midst of the [...]
Electronista is claiming that there’ll be a Canadian iPhone in June with an all-you-can-eat data plan for $7. With RIM about to introduce a BlackBerry 9000 phone, users are going to have a decent set of options to choose from for hardware. Unfortunately, the BlackBerry plans aren’t exactly competitive compared with the iPhone’s supposed $7 [...]
After struggling for a couple of weeks to get a working ADSL connection installed (and eventually giving up and getting a cable connection), I see the following article on Ars Technica: Canadian ISPs furious about Bell Canada’s traffic throttling Not that Rogers is any better. This leaves exactly zero alternatives for a residential internet connection [...]