Marin Perez

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Articles by Marin Perez
posted in October 2008

Motorola Causing A Ruckus

Motorola sure gave us some interesting news today. The quarterly loss of nearly $400 million and thousands of layoffs always jump out at you, but, digging a little deeper, I couldn't help but wonder where Symbian fits into Moto's plans.

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Apple Updates MobileMe

The company's wireless syncing service has been getting upgrades to improve mail, calendar, contacts, and overall performance, Apple said.

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Consumers Cutting Cell Phone Spending

Has the global economic slowdown made you change your cell phone plans? You may not be alone, as a new poll for GetJar shows that more than 75% of respondents are planning to cut back on their bill, or wait to upgrade or buy a new phone.

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Edit Office Docs On The iPhone

As wonderful as the iPhone 3G is, there are still a few drawbacks to it for the enterprise user. It looks like we'll soon be able to cross off "editing Office documents," as DataViz will soon be bringing its documents app to Apple's handset.

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Google Improves Mobile Gmail

One of the overarching themes of the G1 reviews is how good the Gmail integration is. Don't worry if you can't or won't get the Android phone because Google has improved Gmail for BlackBerry and J2ME phones.

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Android, iPhone Not Threats, Says Microsoft

It looks like Microsoft thinks the competition from Google and Apple in the mobile space isn't really much of a competition. In an interview with TechRadar, Microsoft's John Curran unsurprisingly sees Windows Mobile being the most successful out of the three in the next three years.

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The BlackBerry Storm Has A Good Keyboard

As you may know, RIM's first touch-screen smartphone was introduced a few weeks ago, and I'm sure that every CrackBerry addict wanted to know if it can provide a messaging and keyboard experience that you expect from a BlackBerry. I was able to spend a good amount of time playing with it at the Black

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RIM Strengthens Developer Tools

The company said it wants to bring the power of the Web to BlackBerry apps, and it will release developer toolkits that support Gears, Eclipse, Visual Studio, and more.

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Early G1 Reviews Leak Out

With the G1 set to be released next week, a flood of early reviews have come out. What's the overall verdict? It appears that the handset is not quite ready for prime time, but the Android software shows a ton of promise.

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HTC Touch HD Not Coming To U.S.

In the middle of September, HTC unveiled the gorgeous Touch HD. With a 3.8-inch screen and 480-by-800 resolution, this looked like an incredible multimedia phone. Sadly, it will not be coming to the United States.

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A Storm Coming Tomorrow?

By now, we've seen a lot about Research In Motion's first touch-screen BlackBerry. We've seen the Vodafone teaser videos, read about the specs, and heard differing accounts on how good the virtual keyboard is. Well, word on the street is that the official announcement is

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RIM's Touch BlackBerry Next?

With Nokia's touch-screen phone finally made official, the industry is turning its gaze toward Research In Motion. BlackBerry's maker hasn't even officially announced the touch-screen BlackBerry Storm (even though we know a lot about it), but there's already a leaked promo video making its

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