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You’re gonna want to steer clear of this CUPID. The Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone, or “stun copter,” can deliver 80,000 volts of pure projectile terror directly into the skin of an ill-intentioned hoodlum. This is serious business for…
Question by : How do I install games onto my Samsung Intercept from the android market?
I just got a Samsung Intercept with Virgin Mobile. I got on the Android market and downloaded some games. Now I cant find them anywhere on the phone.
Answer by Realityhurts
after you finished downloading them, go to market again, hit the menu button, then go to my apps. they should be there.
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Here’s an interesting question for you: if you set up a rule in Microsoft Outlook to forward messages from one account to another, and you do it without the knowledge of the owner of the account you’re forwarding from, are you intercepting or merely copying mail? It may seem like a moot point, but for David Szymuszkiewicz, a former IRS worker, it’s an important distinction. David was afraid of being fired after his license was suspended for drunk driving (he needed to drive to the homes of delinquent taxpayers), so he secretly set up this rule on his boss’s machine to see what the world was saying about him. The rule was discovered and, wouldn’t you know it, he was in trouble. The only question now: whether to charge him under the Wiretap Act for intercepting messages or the Stored Communications Act for merely copying of them.
So, what was your answer to the question above? You might be tempted to say he was simply making a copy, and indeed that was Szymuszkiewicz’s argument, but any Exchange admin will tell you that Outlook rules are executed on the server, not at the client, meaning those e-mails were indeed being intercepted. Szymuszkiewicz was convicted of wiretapping but seems to have avoided a harsh sentence, with 18 months probation being handed down. A light punishment for wiretapping, but a heavy one for diddling menus in Outlook.
The Samsung Intercept M910 for Sprint gives you access to thousands of apps in the Android Market with a large touch screen display that brings it all to life. The full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard makes messaging a snap so you can easily email, instant message, or send texts to your family and friends in a flash. The Samsung Intercept with Google brings you a premium social networking experience at an affordable price. This device seamlessly connects you to your personal and work life through its rich internet browsing, giving you access to Sprint favorites like Sprint TV and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile. The Samsung Intercept brings all of the customization of Android to the masses.
List Price: 349.99
The Samsung Intercept M910 for Sprint gives you access to thousands of apps in the Android Market with a large touch screen display that brings it all to life. The full, slide-out QWERTY keyboard makes messaging a snap so you can easily email, instant message, or send texts to your family and friends in a flash. The Samsung Intercept with Google bring you a premium social networking experience at an affordable price. This device seamlessly connects you to your personal and work life through its rich internet browsing, giving you access to Sprint favorites like Sprint TV and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile. The Samsung Intercept brings Android to the masses.
List Price: 349.99
Looks like Sprint is now offering the Samsung Intercept for pre-order on it’s EVP site. Best Buy did already sell one by accident for $100, so it looks like that may be the price for everyone, not just business customers.
They are asking $99.99 on a two-year contract after rebate. As for features, there’s a 3.2 megapixel cam with video capture, slide-out QWERTY keyboard and your choice of Gray Steel or Satin Pink finishes. We may see an official launch this weekend.
Props to SlipperyBrick.com
When we first got word of a Samsung Moment successor, we were concerned it would be too little, too late… but this week a man headed off Sammy’s new Intercept at a Best Buy (for $100, reportedly), and there’s slightly more to this device than it originally seemed. While the form factor and features are familiar enough — a QWERTY slider with a 3.2 megapixel camera and 3.2-inch screen — that display apparently sports a 800 x 480 resolution now, the keyboard seems much improved, ports and buttons have been thoroughly revamped, and the whole unit’s been given a lovely sheen. No word on internal specs quite yet — and no Froyo, either — but you can judge how responsive it is for yourself in a video after the break.
[Thanks, Brad B.]
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The Samsung SPH-M910 may not be official yet, but we know all about it. This handset is apparently headed to Sprint, taking over for the Samsung Moment (SPH-M900). The SPH-M910 is also known as the Samsung Intercept and it will run on the Android 2.1 operating system, though for all we know it may ship with Android 2.2 instead.
Some other specs include a 3.2″ touchscreen display, Bluetooth 2.1, four-row QWERTY keyboard and some shortcuts to social networks. The Samsung Intercept is scheduled for a July 11th release in the US.
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