The realignment from WiDi to Miracast is complete in Windows 8.1. But, Wireless USB is absent. Here’s what you need to know.
This is an article for developers, or those of us that play developers on TV. If you aren’t either, you may want to skip this one… With Google offering its own form of Ubuntu to its employees, I really wish Google would offer a compiled branch of Ubuntu specifically for creating and building both Android […]
Being in the wireless industry for basically a decade already, there are a few phones out there that I just have an affinity to. Of course, a few of them aren’t exactly easy to get. As such, if you have any of the phones, below, get in touch with me, and let’s see if we […]
For those of you living under a rock, I’ll prime this article with the information that you should already know. One, there’s a Linux-based platform called MeeGo. Two, it was formed by a partnership between Intel and Nokia. Three, Nokia bailed on it after Microsoft gave them a billion in cash and resources. Four, MeeGo […]
I’ve been going to CTIA Wireless Expo for many years now. This will be the first year since I started attending that PhoneNews.com does will have any presence at the show. And, as you may have noted, PhoneNews.com will be suspending the display of advertisements from Google AdSense. We took a careful look at CTIA […]
As I noted previously, Sprint 4G modems issued at Sprint’s Open Developers Conference did not work with Windows 7 or Vista SP2. Fast forward to last week. SmartView 2.28 was released, and I fired it up in hopes that the demo units finally worked. The result? They do. Download it and finally enjoy your 4G […]
I’ve run into a bug, and am having a bit of trouble pinpointing who’s side it’s on. Here’s the long and the short of it. Take an SD card, format it on your (Snow Leopard) Mac for MS-DOS (FAT32). Now, insert it into a Windows Mobile device. As I’ve found, Windows Mobile won’t read the […]
That’s right. Unfortunately, Sprint just informed me that Vista SP2 and Windows 7 will not work with the Sprint 4G demo cards handed out at the Open Developers Conference. The reason is that Vista SP2 and Windows 7 are not compatible with the older Sprint SmartView included on the demo CD. That version of SmartView […]