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Hey, I am a Sr. Database Administrator and Systems Administrator for a large defense contractor. My background in mobile technology stems from Blackberry BES administration when I first started my IT career. My personal use of phones expands from Blackberry, Apple, and Android.


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By now, if you are an Android fanatic, then you definitely know what Ice Cream Sandwich is. Luckily for you, Google Nexus S owners, there is a team of developers out there working on getting a port of the new Android OS over to your device. If you’re one of the brave, let’s get you started on getting this thing set up!

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Nokia is still hard at work with Nokia Maps; said to be one of the best features on their own devices. They have now ventured out to bring Nokia Maps to all Android and iOS touting devices out there in the market.

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We all hoped to see a LTE iPhone 5 earlier this month when the iPhone 4S was released. The best we got was “4G-like speeds” on AT&T with the update to a HSDPA antenna. Well, sources say we should expect to see what we’ve been asking for in 2012!

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Want to order an Apple product from the convenience of your couch or home and pick it up in-store? Well, there will be an app for that sooner than you think.

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The MacBook Pro isn’t the only thing getting updated today, Apple is also updating the Smart Cover for iPad 2 devices. Of course its not as awesome as a hardware upgrade, but let’s see what they are updating.

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Google released Google Music which is a cloud-based locker for up-to 20,000 songs with a web-based media player. Google is now interested in creating an online music store of its own to compete with the likes of iTunes and Amazon MP3.

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The good folks over at Remember the Milk have managed to integrate Siri with their app. It uses CalDAV, an Internet standard for allowing a client to access scheduling information on a remote server. Follow the instructions below to get up to speed with Remember the Milk and Siri.

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You may remember the post we made about Steve Jobs’ last project not being the iPhone 4S but instead being, possibly, the next iPhone 5. Well it has been confirmed that Steve worked on that project all the way until the day before he died.

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After announcing Galaxy Nexus, Google finally made Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich official. The said OS is specifically designed to run on this type of powerful hardware. Also, Samsung is confirming that Ice Cream Sandwich’s native resolution is 1280×720, 16:9 aspect ratio. The Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 will be available in November this year.

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Although possibly overshadowed by the Google/Samsung event later this evening, the Motorola DROID RAZR was unveiled for Verizon Wireless today. We’ve read rumors and got a glimpse of the full device floating around the web yesterday, but aside from the pretty picture, what is Motorola offering this time around?

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One thing we have come to realize is, Siri isn’t as useful as some of us may like. In its current state, Siri is unable to interact with Twitter and Facebook natively. Our very own whiz kid Steven Chi has documented a workaround so that you can update your Twitter and Facebook account via Siri.

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I have been using Google Music service for months now and have found it very useful as it holds my current library on the web and allows me to access it and play it via web browser at work. For those of you using Android, like myself, it also gives ability to stream music via Bluetooth to the car audio, which is perfect for those long drives.

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