Sunday, February 10, 2008

Jim Rapoza’s 10 most overhyped technologies of the century

mig33 hits 10m users and launches Blackberry application
mig33 just keeps on getting bigger. They’ve hit the massively impressive 10 million user mark worldwide. Now they’re gunning for America with news today that they’ve launched a Blackberry version of their application. It’s been a little while since I last tried out mig33 — and it’s done quite a lot of evolving. It now offers voip, picture sharing, email along with text and instant messaging services. Get this: mig33 is generating 2 million user sessions per day. PER DAY. 45 million messag

Motorola Announces Management Solution for WiMAX and Mobile Devices
Next generation NBBS accelerates carrier introduction of wireless services and devices Horsham, PA. – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) unveiled its next generation NBBS device management system. With the new 5.0 version of NBBS, Motorola has extended its industry leading device management solution to serve wireless carrier needs – enabling broadband customer premises equipment (CPE), femtocell and mobile device management for WiMAX, GSM/UMTS and CDMA operators. With the new version of NBBS, carriers

Satellite High-Speed Internet
Satellite High Speed Internet is available across Canada. In Atlantic Canada, the provider/reseller is Aliant (the Satellite belongs to Telesat). The good news for those of you outside Atlantic Canada is that you don't have to deal with the phone or cable companies to get your hi-speed Internet (you don't even need a phone line). The bad news is that the prices for satellite high speed Internet, below, are similar regardless of the reseller: High-Speed LiteHigh-SpeedHigh-Speed UltraDownload S


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