A funny thing happened today. The Motorola Backflip appeared, unannounced at my door, with a note. It said something about a four week loan.
I was looking for one thing out of the Windows Phone 7 launch announcement. It wasn’t the phones, or the dates, or the prices, it was a commitment to updates. Frequent updates universal to devices and carriers.
In the fifth of their recent Android releases, Telecom are launching the super-weird looking Motorola Backflip. What does that keyboard do when its on the back of the phone?
That’s right. Priced at $999 and not even freely available yet, I’ve got two of these puppies to give away to you fullahs, and I’m not going to make it easy. I’m pretty desperate to keep one of these for myself, so if the entry quality isn’t up to scratch, then I’m not going to let it go.
I spoke to Close Up tonight about mobile prepaid data. Smartphones, iPads, and data sticks are incredibly popular, so what does it take to get a SIM card to connect these devices to the internet?