June 2011


Boingo Wireless Partnered with Gogo to simplify in-flight WiFi access

Boingo Wireless partnered with Gogo which provides in-flight WiFi service for a number of airlines.

Boingo Wireless Partners With Gogo For In-Flight Internet Access

Boingo customers will still have to pay additional fees for in-flight WiFi service. However, they will be abie to use their Boingo account instead of having to use a Gogo account. This simplifies the login, account management and billing process (one instead of two).

Gogo provides in-flight WiFi service for a number of airlines including AirTran Airways, Delta Airlines, Virgin America, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways.

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BlackBerry Travel 1.1 Update Available

BlackBerry Travel 1.1 is out.

BlackBerry Travel 1.1 Now Available

The new features and enhancements in this update are:

– Mobile Rental Car Booking
– World Clock
– Support for Car and Hotel Bookings in local currencies

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Both iPhone 4GS and 5 Rumors May be Correct?

I’ve been wondering which rumor was correct for weeks now: That Apple’s fifth generation iPhone will be named the 4GS or 5. According to CNN Fortune, both may be correct.

Report: Apple is building two (!) iPhones for September release

Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports that the 4GS may be a lower-end unlocked device with a pre-paid plan priced at $349. The 5 will be the new flagship iPhone product.

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First Google “Ice Cream Sandwich” Phone? Samsung Nexus Prime

Nexus Prime sounds like something from the upcoming Transformers movie. But, BGR says it will be the first Android phone to be based on the Android “Ice Cream Sandwich” release.

Google’s first Ice Cream Sandwich phone to be manufactured by Samsung, possibly dubbed ‘Nexus Prime’

Ice Cream Sandwich is supposed to unify the current fragmentation between phone (OS 2.3 Gingerbread) and tablet (OS 3.x Honeycomb) releases.

AndroidCommunity.com had info that indicated that HTC was producing the next Nexus flagship release. HTC produced the Nexus One while Samsung produced the current Nexus S flagship product.

Google Working with HTC on Ice Cream Sandwich Nexus Phone?

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jQuery Mobile Beta 1 available

Just read that the mobile version of the popular Javascript framework jQuery hit beta-1 release status.

jQuery Mobile Beta 1 Released!

The release announcement has a huge list of key changes.

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