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    PScast: Episode 25 ... BlackBerry browser getting a real makeover?

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    This episode includes:

    WIR recap; Smartphone Discussions
    Site Announcements (Top Posters Contest)

    Episode 25
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    PinStack Week in Review: Smartphone News, Reviews for August 21, 2009

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    Awesome!
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    Great cast guys. I actually enjoy the short and sweet podcasts so I can listen on the way to work. Grats THB for top poster.
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    Once again, another great PSCast.

    To clarify on the Visual Voice Mail, I am on Verizon, but it downloads the VM to the phone so you can listen to them any time, as many times as you want without having to dial your VM and go through menus. You then have a list of the VM's that are in your box, and you can see the caller ID information, time, date, etc. If you delete from VVM, it will also delete from your VM box.

    Verizon's VVM does not transcribe them. You still have to listen to them, but you don't have to make a call to do it. I use it all the time and love it.

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    Nice PSCast. I find it interesting that Gary is actually faster on a touch screen device lol.

    @Cherri, using labels for GMail is how you can 'simulate' folders. Create labels with the folder names you want, apply those labels to the appropriate emails, and then archive them. Then when you go to the, say 'soccer' label, you'll see all the emails inside that and NOT in your inbox.

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    Fat Thumbs I suppose.....Ya know, we normally plan to keep it short, but then we always find plenty to talk about! Still our goal to set up to allow call ins some day, so all the Stackers can participate!
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    Yeah, call ins would be kewl!
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