As promised back in May, T-Mobile is bringing Microsoft Exchange support to the T-Mobile Sidekick LX 2009. Starting Tuesday afternoon, Sidekick LX owners will be able to download the Sidekick Sync app from the handheld's Download Catalog and get real-time push e-mail, attachment viewing, and full sync capabilities. In addition, you'll also be able to sync your contacts and Exchange calendar to the Sidekick. Developed by Remoba, Sidekick Sync costs $4.99 per month and requires you have a Sidekick data plan.
Travis Kalanick resigns as CEO, stays on as board member
After taking a leave of absence as head of Uber, Kalanick relinquishes some control of the company he co-founded.
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Google adds job searching, Uber to let riders tip
Today's major tech news includes Google's addition of job search results in its pages, the OnePlus 5's official debut along with specs and pricing and Uber's tipping addition coming to an app near you.