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Sprint's New Any Mobile, Anytime Plan Gets Official

Sprint announced today a new plan that could be game changing in the cell phone world. The best part is, there are no special hoops to jump through. Priced at $70 a month, you get unlimited data, unlimited text/video/picture messaging, unlimited mobile to mobile (on any carrier), and 450 Anytime minutes. You also get the other little Sprint perks like GPS, Sprint TV, Mobile NFL Live, and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile. If you are on Sprint's Everything Data Plan, you will be upgraded to this new plan automatically. If you want the new Any Mobile, Anytime plan, you can switch without renewing your contract agreement.

Better plan, cheaper, no contract renewal agreement? Wow, bravo Sprint! I know some people are bitter about how things use to be at Sprint, but it's clear they have taken a completely new direction the last few years that deserves some attention. Not to mention they have some sweet phones out like the Palm Pre and the Touch Pro2 with more to come like the Android-powered Hero and InstinctQ due out in the next month or two.

Check out the official plan detail's page to switch over or just get more information, here.



iTunes 9 Released Today

Apple released iTunes 9 today that has quite a few cool improvements. Besides better organization and new store items, the coolest thing is the new and improved Genius playlist maker. Think of it as a computer DJ right in your iTunes program.

It sounds pretty sweet. Check out a full article on what all is new in iTunes 9, here.

Also, you can download the newest iTunes, here.


Google Sports Calendar

If you use Google Calendar, and follow your favorite sports teams fanatically, then this new Google Calendar feature is for you. I'm not a huge sports fan, but you better believe I added the Gator Football schedule to my Google Calendar.