updated 04:35 pm EDT, Tue July 28, 2009
T-Mo adds Sidekick Sync
T-Mobile on Tuesday announced it has made a new Sidekick Sync application for its Sidekick LX handset, which would now support real time push e-mail, let users view attachments in said e-mails. Now available via the Download Catalog, the application will also synchronize its phonebook with a corporate directory, as well as full sync support via an Exchange calendar and its meeting and event reminders.
Users will require to be data plan subscribers, and the Sidekick Sync application has an associated $5 per month fee. The application was developed by Remoba, which had the full backing and cooperation of Microsoft, Danger and T-Mobile.