Posts Tagged ‘verizon’

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 […]


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 […]


Next year, AT&T’s contract with Apple to be the exclusive provider of the iPhone ends. No information has been released announcing any renewal and with so much dissatisfaction, Apple would be smart to cater to a larger audience – Verizon. While Verizon has been busy trashing AT&T in their commercials, they do realize that the […]


Before everybody had iPhones, what phone held the largest market? The Motorola RAZR. Back when it first came out, it was a $400-500 phone. It was super slim, had a good camera for that time, and it was super thin. It was unmatched in design. Everyone had to have one. I never got my RAZR. […]


Dear AT&T and Apple, We’d like for you to know that your iPhone SUCKS. We’re sorry your flagship phone isn’t a “race-horse duct-taped to a scud missile fast” like our Motorola Droid. Try to understand, we think your the iPhone is for girly girls and sissies. Did we say sissies? We also meant pansies and […]


The defacto standard on smart phone keyboards are QWERTY. The layout was derived from the traditional desktop keyboard and so the mobile user can easily make the finger to thumb transition when on the fly. Those days may be a thing of the past. Swype Inc. is set to debut a new technology that doesn’t […]