TS2R Wireless News from Wireless and Mobile News
BlackBerry Twitter 1.1 Out - Twitter for BlackBerry version 1.1 is free and now available in BlackBerry App World. New features include location for Tweets, updated interface, and streamlined layout for Add Photo and Add Locations on the Home screen.
Cheaper Kindle with Ads Added - Amazon has launched a cheaper version of Kindle Wi-Fi eReader, called Amazon Kindle with Special Offers, for $114 with screensaver ads by Amazon partners.Sprint Music Plus Debuts - Sprint is offering a new music service, Sprint Music Plus, powered by RealNetworks. The service features playlists, ringback tones, music search by artist/title/keyword, organization features, previews and reccomendations. DRM-free, full tracks range from $0.69 to $1.29 per song. Customers are charged for music on their Sprint bill.
Cricket Moves to Muve Music in More States - Cricket Muve Music is now available in new Cricket markets across the nation. Beginning today, Muve Music will be available in Lexington and Louisville, KY; Cincinnati and Dayton, OH; Kansas City and St. Louis, MO; Pittsburgh, PA; San Antonio, Del Rio-Eagle Pass, El Paso, McAllen, Laredo, Brownsville, Corpus Christi and Harlingen, TX; Portland, Eugene and Salem, OR; Salt Lake City, UT; and Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces, NM.
Verizon & Motorola Win Harris Poll - Verizon was named the Mobile Networks Brand of the Year among consumers according to the 2011 Harris Poll EquiTrend study. Motorola placed first for mobile phones, followed by HTC, Sony Ericsson, Nokia and Apple.
Full news stories today included new trademarked HTC names, T-Mobile Mobile 4G Hotspot, AT&T LG Thrive prepaid smartphone, and HTC Sensation announcement by T-Mobile.