Thursday's News Bits
- webOS developer wannabes get a green light to go ahead! Palm has finally made the Mojo SDK beta and documentation publicly available. The manufacturer will begin taking application submissions this fall, so you might want to start brainstorming right away. (source: webOSdev via Engadget)
- The new Pizza Hut app for the iPhone takes ordering pizza to the next level. Users will be able to utilize their phone’s capabilities, in order to get exactly what they want. For example, adding sauce to the wings is done by shaking the device, while choosing the pizza size is done by stretching. Hey, who said it’s pizza time?! (source: PizzaHut via Gizmodo)
- Dev-Team has released version 0.9 of its ultrasn0w unlock tool. A number of reported issues have been fixed, so the tool should now work flawlessly on both the 3G and the 3GS, regardless of how you have jaibroken your iPhone. You can check the link for more details on the update. (source: Dev-Team Blog)
- Cricket has launched the PCD TXTM8 slider. As its name suggests, the TXTM8 is a messaging-centric device. It has a full QWERTY keyboard, 2.2-inch QCIF landscape display, 1.3-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth and a price tag of $139.99. (source: Cricket)
- Better Keyboard 2.0 for Android has been released. The new version features a compact QWERTY layout that might be a bit slower to type with, but you won’t have to hit the backspace key that often. Check it out at the developer’s site! (source: BetterAndroidApps)
1. hmcougar09 (Posts: 137; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
Cricket is lame. I don't think that this wireless company should even have a company. Pathetic!
2. BlackberryUser (Posts: 609; Member since: 26 Jun 2009)
They offer a decent product for a decent price that helps a lot of people that can't afford plans with other companies or don't qualify for a plan. What's wrong with that? I'm glad to see more competition, it keeps other cell phone companies more competative. Not to mention, eventually they could be the #1 cell companny. Who knows? Every company has to start somewhere and they've made a lot of good improvements over the years. I don't understand why people hate on companies for just offering a service. If you don't like it, don't use it.
3. hmcougar09 (Posts: 137; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
That's EXACTLY why I don't use it. Try again, with that last line. Sorry :[