Buying a top-shelf smartphone might not be the easiest decision to make financially, but the advantages of making that choice are well worth it. Smartphones are now a great investment, and it is known that the better the quality, the more durable and functional the phone is.
Your phone serves as your personal supercomputer that fits in your wallet. It’s likely that, even if you’ve owned your phone for a while, you’re still discovering new things it’s capable of doing. Even phone features that seem relatively straightforward, such as the GPS, have multiple uses that can help you get more done.
Latest in Kyocera’s Dura Series is tough and waterproof, supports Sprint Direct Connect Push to Talk service
A mobile device tip for those of you in need of an affordable and efficient smartphone solution. You simply can’t go wrong at this price, even if you aren’t a Nokia errrr Microsoft errr Lumia fan!
NEW YORK — Oct. 6, 2015 — Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled new Surface, Lumia and Microsoft Band devices, taking advantage of powerful and versatile hardware to unlock new Windows 10 experiences, including fast and secured login with Windows Hello1; new Cortana2 experiences that turn Windows 10 devices into a personal assistant; improved touch and […]
Huawei and Google introduced the Nexus 6P, an innovative smartphone featuring Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google’s newest operating system for mobile devices.
It seems that even in this day of privacy concerns that adults are still relatively comfortable with sharing their location, particularly for safety. That’s what the findings of a survey of some 1,100+ smartphone users has shown.
Here’s the scenario… you frantically go into a pocket pat-down dance searching for your shiny, new smartphone. Sadly, the device is gone. What’s even worse is that you just got the device thanks to your once-every-two-years upgrade from your carrier and you still owe about $500 on your tab! Don’t panic though as I’m sure […]
Smartphones and tablets continue to ingratiate themselves with mobile phone users. Smartphones became the norm in the past couple of years, and now tablets too are settling into that territory. That’s according to data from research company Frank N. Magid Associates, which found that the number of US mobile phone users who owned or used […]
ARLINGTON, Va.–Smartphone and tablet owners are spending less time using standalone consumer electronics (CE) devices according to new research study, A Tale of Two Techs – Smartphone and Tablet Adoption and Usage, released today by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®. The study shows consumers continue to use standalone electronic devices, such as digital cameras, but […]