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Not even a month after RIM let loose details on the forthcoming Media Sync application comes yet another piece of software sure to keep your thumbs even closer to your BlackBerry. Available now, the free Flickr mobile photo uploader enables BB owners to snap photos and easily upload 'em to their Fl

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So there's a rumor floating around the internets concerning AT&T, iPhones, and tethering. The story goes something like this: the word tether is mentioned in an AT&T notice about users upgrading to a new iPhone and being forced into another two-year agreement. Apparently, some folks who've

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The rise of the cameraphone has certainly changed the face of journalism, and old-guard wire service Reuters isn't about to get passed by -- the company has entered into a long-term partnership with Nokia to develop new mobile reporting technologies, and the two companies have recently completed t

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If you've found yourself tempted by other interesting DIY aerial photography rigs, but spent all your dough on the Nokia N95 instead, you may still be able to make a lifelong (or momentary) dream come true. A pioneering lad over at the N95 Blog has suggested that nearly unlimited high-resolution ae

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It looks like Helio isn't the only game in town touting a MySpace partnership anymore, as Cingular has not only joined the ranks (well, solidified the friendship, anyway), but upped the ante in the process. While we learned about MySpace's integration with Helio (and the subsequent perks for members

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It seems like now-a-days, almost every new piece of electronics is being introduced with some type of Bluetooth compatibility. From cellphones, headsets, cars and gaming devices, it is more of a standard now than ever. This being said, the influx of devices with Bluetooth technology supported has h

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Looks like our favorite photo sharing website Flickr is coming clean with the statistics of its most popular devices for its mobile upload service. Sony Ericsson has three of the top five spots with the K750 and K800 landing first and second. Now, we are as shocked as you are to see the Nokia N73 -

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If you're just not satisfied with simply uploading your zany videos to YouTube, and don't want to wait around until next year to get a cellular version (or don't have Verizon Wireless), you should point your cellphone's browser to TinyTube. While not accessible from a non-mobile device (it's just Y

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Verizon seems to be throwing as many trendy extras as humanly possible into its (oftentimes overpriced) monthly add-on pool, and may now be nearing a deal with the video clip-broadcasting extraordinaire, YouTube. Not long after announcing a simplistic fee-based system to keep your contact list from

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If photoblogs miss too many crucial life events to be entirely accurate, and moblogs require too much manual labor, Waymarkr's software should fill the void quite nicely. While we've seen the likes of ShoZu and ZoneTag, neither sport the nifty ability to automatically take photos on a timed interva

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You love Flickr, we love Flickr, Flickr's just great. But it's about time we figured out how the hell to moblog with it best, since we've all been using it for, well, what seems like forever. So if you've got a S60 phone and want a quick rundown of four of the more popular moblogging apps, including

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A lot of content providers offer versions of their info optimized for cellphones, but that doesn't mean they do it well -- or that it's easily aggregated into one place with a consistent interface. That's the promise behind MobileGLU, a new service that scrapes your designated content and presents i

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Tired of not being able to fully manage from your phone all those photos of your cat and what you ordered for dinner? Then ShoZu might be the app you've been looking for, with versions for both Windows Mobile and Symbian (Series 60 and UIQ) so you can fully manage your moblog from your phone. ShoZu

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