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Samsung offering free games and apps to new Wave owners

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on October 26th, 2010

If you own a Samsung Wave 525, 533, 575 or 723, we have some good news. The company has announced several free apps and games for the phones. They include FIFA 10, Tetris Refresh, Spore Creatures, Assassin’s Creed II, DioDict French/English dictionary, and Princess Magic Therapy ebook.

It won’t last forever though, so you better hurry. FIFA 10, Tetris Refresh and Spore Creatures will be free for the first 250,000 downloads while Assassin’s Creed will be available for 300,000 downloads and the remaining apps will be available for a limited time only.

Samsung Dive remotely locks, wipes your Wave, Galaxy S for free

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2010

You need to be prepared in case you lose your phone. To that end, Samsung has introduced its Samsung Dive feature which is an extension of Mobile Tracker, helping users lock or wipe the phone in the event of a theft or loss.

You can also receive notifications online when the SIM card is taken out and replaced with a new one, or get the phone’s location sent to you at the same time. Sadly, the tracking feature will not be enabled in all countries due to legal and security reasons, but it will help some of us.

Samsung Wave shipping in the US, $499 unlocked

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2010

Holy crap. What’s with that model’s eyes? She looks like she is about to sprout vampire teeth and drink my blood. Probably without even having hot vampire sex with me. Would you buy a phone from her? It’s creepy. It’s like I’m being threatened to buy or else her and her husband, the Joker will have their way with me while Batman watches.

Anyway, the Samsung Wave has already hit the UK last month, but folks in the US have yet to get their hands on it. Now Amazon is offering the smartphone to US customers for $440 without a contract commitment.

Google Launches the Wave Communication Tool

Posted in Google,News by Darrin Olson on September 30th, 2009

Google Wave communication and collaboration toolGoogle has now started public testing by invitation only of Wave, a new online tool for communication and collaboration between people online. Wave has been described by its designer as what email would look like if it was invented today, and contains real-time communication through text, photos, video, maps and more according to Google.

The communication using the Wave tool is live somewhat like an instant messenger allowing users to see others edits as they make them, character by character. Should a users not be online at the same time, the communications will still be available to view at a later date, much like emails waiting in your inbox.

Google Wave: Like chat, IM, Twitter and Google Docs in real-time

Posted in Google by Conner Flynn on May 28th, 2009

Google WaveGoogle wave should be making waves in no time. Think of it like a live chatroom with a spread of documents, photos and/or videos, where you can reply to any part of any message or anything that’s shared, and it all operates in real-time. Basically TMI.

It’s a combination of Twitter, IM, Friendfeed and other service with semi-real-time stuff. In Google Wave, you can share and collaborate on projects, and all of this is going on at once. Probably great for those with ADD. You start a wave with any message or photo or whatever, and you bring people into the stream, and then they can bring people in.

Reigncom’s iRiver Wave WiFi phone released

Posted in iRiver by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2008

Reigncom’s iRiver Wave WiFi phone releasedTaking some of us completely by surprise, Reigncom has released its Wave wifi phone into the wilds of the Korean market. It’s an iPod Touch type device. It’s basically a portable media player with some extra capabilities, like voice over IP (VOIP), supports music/video playback, photo/text viewer, electronic dictionary function and more. Not a ton of other details, but at least it’s been outted.