Archive for the ‘cell phones’ Category

In the U.S. looking for the perfect handset was simple (everyone buys a RAZR) and still is (everyone buys an iPhone). I hardly ever see variety. If you’re poor, you have an iPhone and if you’re rich, you have an iPhone. Maybe if you’re sitting on a pile of cash you’ll deck your iPhone out […]


As if Gizmodo’s extensive leak of the iPhone 4 prototype wasn’t enough to convince you that the new iPhone is going to take a new path in design, SmartPhoneMedic has video proof that they have obtained the middle plate for the next iPhone. Based on the video, SmartPhoneMedic confirms that the new micro-sim card has […]


Take this as you will. USA  Today is reporting that AT&T’s exclusive partnership to sell the iPhone is a 5-year deal with Apple. If this holds out to be true, then that sound you just heard was that of millions of Verizon customers crying about having to wait until 2012 for the possibility to get […]


Take that iPhone. NPD Group’s latest survey estimates that Google’s Android-powered smartphones have slipped up into second place for the first quarter with 28%. Apple’s iPhone total iPhone is sitting in third place for the first quarter with 21%. The king is still RIM’s BlackBerry with a market of 36% amongst cell phones for the […]


At last Monday’s Mobile World Conference in Barcelona, Microsoft took the wraps off their next generation Windows operating system for their mobile division dubbed Windows Phone 7 Series. Ever since the wildly popular iPhone OS hit the scene in June 2007, Microsoft has been sitting on the edge of its seat, waiting to retaliate with […]


When Palm first announced the Palm Pre running webOS last year, the main feature that astounded most iPhone dorks was its multitasking capabilities. Using a “card” system the Pre can open multiple apps at once, something that the iPhone can’t do unless you’ve jailbroken it and installed some special apps. The Verizon Palm Pre Plus […]


Tired of getting nowhere in the smartphone wars, Palm is planning to stage a comeback. First on the agenda, the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus (Triple Ps as I call them) will land on the Verizon Wireless network on January 25. Both webOS phones are currently on the Sprint Nextel network. Verizon’s iterations […]