So what is this 4G business and why should we care about it? Weren't we just hassled by our carriers to upgrade to 3G? Is it as as unreasonable as 3DTV?
Well firstly, no it isn't. Nothing is as unreasonable as 3DTV. But 4G is very important, and is a trend that you should be well aware of. Let's take a look at what 4G is and why you should care about it.
When it comes to deciding how to pay for your cell phone, the choice can be tough. If you use your cell phone a lot, chances are you may want to sign up for a contract. If you only use your phone occasionally, a prepay plan may be the best option for you. It’s not always that clear cut, however. Let’s take a look at exactly what prepay and contract mean, and which is a better plan for you and your needs.
Physical buttons are so 90's. Who wants to touch a piece of rubber just to fast forward a video? You can't even clean it easily without messing up the electronics below. An iPhone, on the other hand, you can spit-shine like it's no tomorrow. Check out our picks for the top 5 best iPhone apps that turn your phone into a universal remote control.
When the time comes to ditch your ancient cell phone for a brand new Blackberry, what should you do with your old cell phone? Rather than stuff it in a drawer never to be seen again, why not do one of the following with it:
AT&T announced its plan to sell 5 handsets running on Google's Android platform in the first half of 2010 at the recently concluded Consumers Electronics Show. The folks at Engadget has obtained a render of an unannounced Motorola phone that might be one of AT&T's upcoming Android smartphones. The Motorola MOTOSPLIT is alleged to be a Snapdragon-powered Android smartphone that features a unique design.
Verizon has revealed the prices for its upcoming webOS smartphones which will hit the stores on Monday, January 25. The highly anticipated Palm Pre Plus will be sold for 150 after $100 mail-in rebate while the Pixi Plus will cost $100 after $100 mail-in rebate. Requirements for these Verizon webOS smartphones include a voice plan (minimum $40/month) and a $30 unlimited data plan.
Sony Ericsson's newest flagship Android phone is large, bright, and full of flair. Too bad there's no announced American release date, though their presence at CES could only mean that an American announcement is imminent. But to pass the time, we got a private demonstration from a Sony representative at the show. Check out the video after the break.
The Motorola Backflip Android smartphone is arguably the star mobile phone of the recently concluded CES 2010. However, the carrier and release date for this upcoming Android-smartphone were not included in the official announcement at CES. Rumors indicate that the Motorola Backflip is headed for AT&T and the folks at Phandroid have been tipped that the device will be released on March 17.