We have nothing but good news tonight. Google, BlackBerry and Tesla are on the spotlight, so keep reading!
The Search Giant has been really slow at bringing MMS support to Google Voice. And we mean slow… it has been years since this feature became one of the top requests for the service.
Support for MMS has finally expanded to over 100 carriers in the USA and Canada, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Bell Canada, Rogers and Telus. Sadly, Verizon is not on the list. That’s kind of a big deal!
Opinion: We have been waiting a long time, so go enjoy your MMS messages if you can! I gave up a long time ago and now I just use my regular phone number for everything.
The black and white BlackBerry Passports are awesome, but who can pass up a luxurious golden smartphone? People seem to love the golden-colored phones, and it seems there may be a Passport sporting the luxurious hue soon.
Images of a golden BlackBerry Passport have shown up online. Their authenticity hasn’t been confirmed, but it seems this is not made by one of those companies that custom make golden devices.
Opinion: I am usually not a fan of devices with flashy colors, but for some reason I kinda like this golden Passport. Must be for the same reason I even like the Passport at all!
Tesla vehicles are luxurious and amazing. These cars are every geek’s dream, but they also cost a very pretty penny. This is why it’s exciting to hear Tesla is planning to launch a program in which they resell Tesla vehicles.
Model S vehicles would be sold under the “certified” category, costing less than a brand new car. They would resell their trade-in vehicles, which are to be inspected and fixed in case there is something dysfunctional.
Opinion: Will this put more Tesla cars in the road? I don’t think these used cars will “affordable”, but the program may make it more enticing to get one of hese all-electric cars.