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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Coming to BlackBerry, Windows Phone, Symbian, MeeGo

Adobe said today that versions of its Flash player are headed for all of the major smartphone operating systems. When available, these will allow a wide range of mobile devices[...]

Google Nexus One Can Now Sync with Your PC or Mac

The Google Nexus One was designed to let users synchronize their data with online services, but some prefer to sync with their desktop computer. This group can turn to Mark/Space's[...]

Skyfire Web Browser for Android Offers Adobe Flash

A beta of Skyfire 2.0 for the Android OS has just been released. This is the first Android version of a free app that seeks to bring a PC-like browsing[...]

Android OS Will Get Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta this Month

Adobe says it will release a beta of Flash Player 10.1 for smartphones running Google's Android OS in a few weeks. This will allow users to access websites that[...]

Toktumi Line2 for iPhone Review

Toktumi Line2 for iPhone is touted as the first dual-mode Wi-Fi and Cellular phone app for Apple's iOS. Aimed at business users, this service also appeals to consumers. We find[...]

Ovi Store Now Available to AT&T’s Nokia Phones

AT&T has announced support for the Ovi Store on those Nokia smartphones that it currently sells, as well as for future devices. This makes it the first U.S. carrier to[...]

Google Will Free Android OS Users from Limit on Number of Apps Installed

Currently, Android OS-based smartphones can only run software from a small partition of their internal memory, which severely restricts the number of apps that can be installed. Google intends to[...]

Vonage VoIP App Released for Android OS Smartphones on AT&T and T-Mobile

A version of Vonage Mobile has been released for smartphones that run Google's Android OS and have service through AT&T or T-Mobile. This allows users to make phone calls over[...]

Google Releases Free Voice Control Software for Android OS

Google has just introduced Voice Actions for Android. This feature allows users to control their smartphone with a selected group of spoken commands. It can perform many common actions, like[...]

Google Adopts a New Strategy: Mobile First

During his first ever keynote address at the Mobile World Congress 2010 tradeshow, Google CEO Eric Schmidt announced that more of his company's focus is now on smartphones than on[...]

Swype Text Entry System Now Available for Download to Android OS Phones

Swype is a system for entering text on small touchscreens by sliding a finger for letter to letter. It's built into several devices, but Android OS users who would like[...]

Toktumi Line2 for BlackBerry Review

The Toktumi Line2 BlackBerry app lets you add or port a second phone line to your mobile handset. Is this functionality for real, or too good to be true? We[...]

Quickoffice for iPhone Review

Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite is a fully-featured office productivity suite for the iPhone which allows users to work with Microsoft Word and Excel files. Is it worth $14.99? We find[...]

Quickoffice eOffice 4.6 for BlackBerry Review

Quickoffice eOffice 4.6 for BlackBerry is intended to be the next best thing to Microsoft Office on your smartphone. Does it meet that standard, or fall short? Shaun Mahal breaks[...]

DataViz Documents To Go 3.0 for Android OS Offers Desktop Syncing, Support for Google Docs

DataViz Documents To Go 3.0 for Android OS has just been released, bringing a number of new features to this suite of Office apps, including an app for synchronizing documents[...]

Skype for Android and BlackBerry Now Available to Verizon Customers

A mobile version of Skype is now available for a number of Verizon Wireless smartphones. This allows users to make phone calls with their unlimited data plans, rather than voice[...]

More Details Leak Out on Multitasking in iPhone OS 4.0

It appears increasingly likely that the next generation of Apple's iPhone OS will offer complete multitasking support. This will allow users of Apple's devices, including the iPad, to run several[...]

DataViz Documents To Go for iPhone Review

DataViz's Documents To Go is a mobile office productivity suite for Apple iPhone OS. It allows users to work with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. We find out if[...]

LogMeIn Ignition for iPhone Review

Smartphones aren't as powerful as desktops, but with a remote-access app like LogMeIn Ignition you can use your iPhone to do almost everything your office or home PC can do.[...]

Hulu Plus for iPhone Review

Hulu Plus allows iPhone users to watch TV episodes whenever and wherever it's convenient. This streaming video app offers whole seasons of many classic shows and a selection of current[...]