Motorola has officially launched the PRIP push-to-talk service for US-based Android users. This launch is being done in conjunction with NII Holdings and means instant connections between all PRIP users. While the US launch happened today, the service had been available for those in Mexico, Brazil and Latin America. PRIP will work regardless of the carrier and will run on devices with Android 2.3 or later.
AT&T and NEC have announced a device for those needing a rugged smartphone. One perfect for the BYOD market. It's for both work and play, according to NEC, and blends Android and a Blackberry into one oddly shaped smartphone. It's a rugged and military spec smartphone, and even has those Push-to-talk features some still love.
according to FierceWireless. AT&T's PPT service has been available for some time now as a testing platform for a few businesses, but the carrier is now looking to spread it to all of its customers around the country.
XYBOARD tablets to the DROID RAZR and more. Apparently another made the cut and they are now pushing a small update to the not so widely known Casio G'zOne Commando rugged smartphone. If you have one you know it can handle the elements -- and today it just got even better.