06/10/2013, AT&T is making a push-to-talk service available for its corporate customers who own an iPhone.
01/03/2013, Facebook has been implementing the ideas of popular applications to its suite of apps, even going as far as to create its own Facebook Poke app that is pretty much its own version of Snapchat. Today’s update to its Facebook Messenger app is no different as the update rolling out to its iOS and Android application will make it possible for Facebook users to leave short voice messages to one another, […]
11/14/2012, While the push-to-talk feature might not exactly be a feature designed for the masses, it certainly has its use and its customers. So far Sprint has been offering the service but now it looks like AT&T wants in on the action too, and at the same time probably try to steal some, if not all, the market share away from Sprint. The carrier has announced that they will be trying […]
09/22/2011, Sprint hasn’t officially announced the Motorola Admiral, but it’s been spotted before on a leaked spec sheet that surfaced last week. Well, it looks like the rugged handset is one step closer to making an official debut. Sprint has released a video on its YouTube account, showing an overview of the Android phone to the public.
09/15/2011, Back in early August we reported that some of Sprint’s upcoming handsets had been leaked in name, and one of those devices was the Motorola Admiral, whose photos and specs have just surfaced.
05/05/2011, Sprint announced that they will have two Android business phones arriving on their network. The first one was the Motorola XPRT, and next in line we have the Motorola Titanium. This business-catered phone is built to be more durable than regular phones, so you can expect to find these phones in the pockets of people working at construction sites – or folks with a habit of dropping their devices. How […]
03/19/2010, Verizon has made good on its word to introduce the Push-To-Talk application for BlackBerry smartphones, where this free to download application can be maintained via a $5 monthly fee. With Verizon’s BlackBerry PTT app, one will be able to make unlimited nationwide calls to other PTT devices, with key features being its ability to make group calls with up to 50 participants (great to have a mass relative meeting), Presence […]
03/15/2010, Motorola’s rather plain looking i890 is a basic handset with Push To Talk functionality, where it is available from Sprint with a 2-megapixel camera, speakerphone capability, Bluetooth connectivity, an integrated MP3 player and GPS navigation capability – pretty surprising considering this is supposed to be a basic handset. It retails for $129.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and agreeing to a 2-year contract.