Oh, the hurtin' we had to endure today over here at Tha Mob. First we got teased by a speculative rumor that claimed Apple was lifting the 100-song cap on iTunes phones (which they vigorously deny), then we found out that the next revision of WM5 probably won't be A2DP-compliant (hey, at least we can still listen to tunes through our mono headset), and worst of all, we watched a group of depraved individuals torture a helpless RAZR with knives and explosives- oh, the humanity! On a brighter note, Helio announced a partnership with MySpace, we spotted some tantalizing pics of the might-be-Sidekick III, and learned that Skype for Symbian may be close at hand. Oh, and then there's the little matter of that Treo...
- Introducing Helio's Hero
- Orange, M-Systems unveil 512MB SIM, a world's first
- LG KG920 5 megapixel cameraphone coming to Europe!
- Global Video Sharing trials over IMS begin
- Helio's Kickflip
- RAZR, blowed up
- ALK announces CoPilot Live for Series 60
- First screens of Access Linux Platform surface
- Verizon's UTStarcom CDM-9945 approved by FCC
- 57-story Disney Yeti SMS billboard in New York
- Skype for Symbian UIQ and Series 60 spotted
- Nanoradio introduces smallest WiFi chipset to date
- Rambus wants to collect licensing fees from cellphone makers
- Avalanche Mobile launches texting monitoring software for parents