Earlier this evening, I received my invitation to join the private beta for Hulu, the new video joint-venture between NBC Universal and News Corporation. I’ve played around with it for a few minutes, and here are my first impressions. First, it’s obvious this isn’t intended on being a direct competitor to YouTube. There’s no way […]
Earlier today, Google released the latest version of their Google Maps application for mobile phones, including the BlackBerry. This update includes one really great new feature that us Verizon BlackBerry Pearl users will find especially useful. Because the GPS on our handsets is locked-down to only work with the carrier’s VZ Navigator subscription software, Google […]
Three weeks ago, I ordered my new phone to replace the Motorola Razr V3C that I’ve had for the last two years: The BlackBerry Pearl 8130. It arrived via FedEx a couple of Tuesdays ago, and I’ve been using it ever since. What follows is my review of the Pearl and my thoughts on it […]
I have become extremely disenchanted with national politics over the last several years, which might come as a shock to you based on how engaged I was back in the 2002 and 2004 election cycles. A lot has changed since then, yet too much remains exactly the same. It seems that regardless of who’s in […]
So Google made a big announcement on Monday about the much hyped gPhone, or lack thereof. For what seems like years now, people have been speculating about an ad-supported phone to be given away by Google. Reality turned out to be a little more boring, but much more significant than a free phone. Android The […]
Casey is currently participating in the National Blog Posting Month, which challenges you to write at least one blog post a day, for the entire month of November. She’s off to a great start so far! If you want to check out her work, she’s posting over at her blog, The Beautiful Letdown.