Randy Lipnitzky

Sprint Disables use of Carrier IQ Software

Since the discovery and public announcement that Carrier IQ Software was secretly installed and gathering data from tens of millions of mobile handset users, Sprint has decided to disable using the software. I applaud Sprint for making the decision to stop using the Carrier IQ software. This does not mean that the software has been […]

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Blackberry Bites the Dust as iPhone and Android Pounce

After RIM’s massive global service outage last week that affected an unknown number of global Blackberry users, RIM offers free apps to help win customers loyalty back. To try and make amends with it’s customers RIM is including games like Sims 3, Bejeweled, and Bubble Bash 2, as well as productivity software such as iSpeech

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