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Local business getting free WiFi help from Facebook in exchange for check-ins

To help local business, Facebook has entered into a deal where they send routers to businesses. Users can then log onto the internet for free, provided they check in on Facebook. The resulting routing to the business’ Facebook page is intended to help bolster likes for lesser known businesses and improve Facebook local searches.


Motorola announces new “exchange program”

We’re not sure what the deal is with Moto, but they have a reputation for not updating their phones to the latest Android. I mean, seriously Motorola, why not just correct the problem instead of bribing people which adds to your bottom line?


Walmart, Target, Best Buy, other retailers join the mobile payment race with Merchant Customer Exchange

With all the hoopla about using NFC-equipped devices as a mobile payment solution and how it’s been dubbed as the future, we’d love to know how many people actually use it or even know that they can perform some wireless payment trick on their mobile device. That being said, it seems like every major corporation is trying to get a piece of the action. Just last week we’re treated with the news about the Mobile Payment Committee that Google, U.S. carriers, and several others have put together. Now the big boys at retails are setting up a similar body called…

Video: TouchDown Exchange client getting speech abilities and new Android 2.0 features

My personal favorite app for the Android platform, the TouchDown Microsoft Exchange client by, is getting a whole slew of new features – many of which are tied to the new Android 2.0 system we see on the Motorola DROID. I’ve been testing the latest beta builds of the TouchDown client and have put together a video that highlights both new and old features of the application, which I consider to be the best Exchange client available on any smartphone platform.  The new Android 2.0-specific text to speech and speech to text features are quite cool, but the new…

Live photos of T-Mobile’s myTouch 3G – with Exchange support

I took some time to get a few live photos of the new T-Mobile myTouch 3G at T-Mobile USA’s launch event in New York city.  This is the first time I’ve seen the phone in merlot or black in person, and I have to say that I like both colors much better than the white that it will also be available in.  The merlot in particular was quite pretty, and the black made the device look even smaller – which ain’t a bad thing. While the email client on the phone lacked Exchange support, I did get a chance to…

T-Mobile myTouch 3G gets official, features Exchange support, not available until August

Today T-Mobile USA unwrapped its new HTC Magic-based myTouch 3G.  Specification-wise. the phone is a near clone of the Vodafone model that is been available for some time with the exception of the built-in Microsoft Exchange email support.  While we haven’t seen the device itself yet, we are expecting that it lacks the “with Google” branding found on the G1 and will be shipping with the same HTC augmented version of Android as seen in some Asian markets. Features of the phone include a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera, a music player application with support for MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, OGG, and…

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