Verizon Adds New Unlimited Packages
It seems that Verizon is on their way to offering a few unlimited packages such as Unlimited voice for $100 which gives you unlimited voice, Select Unlimited for $120 which includes voice, SMS and MMS, Premium Unlimited for $140 which includes voice, SMS, MMS, VZNav, VCAST, and email as well as 2 other plans. They even have a family plan for this with each additional line going for $100 instead of $10. On top of that, perks such no data cap and one year agreements, among others, are also available. Time to switch to Verizon? [via Engadget]
SkyFire To Support VGA
If you are a beta user of the SkyFire browser who tried running it on your VGA device, you might notice that it does not work. For now that would be the case. The team behind the next-generation browser are hard at work at it and hopefully it will be implemented in the next version. However, this is more of hope than a promise. [via jkOnTheRun]
Sprint’s ACE To Rival AT&T’s BlackJack?
They say that one way of getting success in business is to copy what works with your competitors. Sprint has taken that to heart and will soon be launching their Ace, which comes with Windows Mobile 6 Standard, 1.3 megapixel camera, microSD slot, stereo Bluetooth and EV-DO. A nice addition is the availability of a SIM card slot for you to actually slot in a GSM SIM card for when you are overseas. Pretty nifty I must say. [via PhoneNews]
WoW Coming To Mobile?
If you are an avid WoWer (which I highly doubt because you would be in the game instead of reading this), then you might be interested to know that WoW might be coming to a mobile near you. However, don’t expect to level up on your cell phone. Instead, you would only be able to check auctions and messages. Looks like the last of your free time is up. Back to the game. [via Mashable]
Official: XPERIA X1 Running Windows Mobile 6.1
It seems that the rumor that the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 was running Windows Mobile 6.5 was just that: a rumor. Thanks to msmobiles.com, they now have confirmation that it is indeed Windows Mobile 6.1. Find out how they confirmed it. Plus a bonus on which chip it is using. [via msmobiles.com]