Google Labs is working on a podcast catcher/player that is available for Android. It lets you search, subscribe, download and stream. You can subscribe to search terms and it will automatically create an ‘audio magazine’ for you that is automatically updated everytime you listen. It’s worth checking out and be found in the Android Market.
Source: Listen at Google Labs
It’s been a long time since we updated the Categories on our site. Over the next few days we will be applying changes to the categories list and going over each post to reflect those changes. When we are done you will be able to use the categories much more effectively.
Looks like the October rumors of the HTC HD2 coming to T-Mobile are true! WMExperts got slipped a T-Mobile branded HTC HD2. For those who don’t know, the HD2 is HTC’s latest flagship Windows Mobile device offering that has a 1GHz Snapdragon processor along with a massive 4.3″ capacitive multi-touch display.
Here are the details on the ROM leak:
– 2.01 ROM (The latest official release from HTC is 1.61)
– Windows Mobile 6.5 Build 21889
– Opera 9.7
– Teeter 2.0
– HTC Sense 2.5 branded by T-Mobile
– …and by the looks of it – all the other regular T-Mo software that comes with their Windows Mobile phones
Coupled with HTC’s Nexus One which also packs a 1GHz Snapdragon, it looks like T-Mobile will have some great offerings for 2010. The HD2 is rumored to launch in March, however, there is no pricing available.
From the HTC Support page:
“This update for HTC Touch Pro2 lets you write the way you want to. Now in addition to the full QWERTY keypad, simulating a full physical keyboard experience, HTC Touch Pro2 now offers handwriting recognition to give you more flexibility in your messaging to send messages to your loved ones”
Keep reading for the installation instructions and link. More >
For those on a tight budget this year for the Holidays the UMA Shadow is being given away for free with a 2yr activation. Parents could add an extra line for $10/month and get this smooth operator for their kids. Although the UMA Shadow doesn’t have GPS it does have the ability to locate you using cell towers with Google and Bing Maps and even with a higher degree of accuracy using Navizon. Navizon is a service that uses the known locations of cell towers and wifi access points to triangulate the position of a device. It is very useful and an easy way to give your older devices GPS.
Check out this video for a good overview of many of the features in DVD Catalyst 3+ with Booster Pack. Now the Cat takes advantage of multiple cores/processors better than before with faster conversion and better performance all around. Updated frequently, DVD Catalyst 3+ will convert video for any popular device. Check out the video and tell us what you think in the comments if you want a chance at winning a free copy!