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Articles tagged with: cell phone

Hassle-Free Bluetooth Speaker From Jabra

Jabra, a bluetooth cellphone accessory maker has just announced a Bluetooth speakerphone that allows for a plug n’ play experience, without the fuss of an installation.

The system is called Drive and it connects up to devices (e.g. a phone and a GPS unit), and without any setup, it allows the two gadgets to be paired and ‘talk’ to one another.

If you’re just looking to use it as a speakerphone, you can do that too, and users will enjoy 20 hours of talk time and 30 days of standby time on a single charge.

Caller ID On T-Mobile, $50 Per Year??

Okay, so I have to admit Caller ID is cool for a number of reasons. I think first and foremost, caller ID is the perfect tool to figure out whether you should take a call or not (especially if you are in a meeting or on the road).

Secondly, as a human being, I think the majority of us prefer to avoid surprises whenever necessary. If you need an example just think about Christmas when you were a kid and how you wanted to sneak out to the living room at 4AM to check the presents under the tree.

KT Telecom Reveals TAKE Janus KM-S200

The Korean wireless carrier, KT Telecom has just priced the TAKE Janus KM-S200. The TAKE Janus looks similar to the Samsung Galaxy S and is the world’s first 1.5GHz dual-core smartphone. The device runs a tried and true Qualcomm MSM8260 and features 1GB of RAM, as well as a vibrant 4.3″ qHD display, running a resolution of 960 x 540.

The Janus KM-S200 shoots full HD 1080p video and has an eight megapixel camera with an integrated DMB-TV digital tuner. With 16GB of storage, you can be sure to pack your favorite songs in this little device, and a 1.3MP front-facing camera lets you video chat with friends.

T-Mobile Announces Amazing Plans That Saves Users The Most Money

The official announcement of T-Mobiles press release for new plans came out May 23rd. The T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced new family and individual plans. The company does a phenomenal job of making data affordable for families on the largest 4G network. There are plans that are available for new and existing customers.
You can purchase either a single or multiple line plans. There is options depending on price points for talk or unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data — with no data overages — offering 200 MB, 2 GB, 5 GB or 10 GB of high-speed data. Each of the plans also includes unlimited nationwide T-Mobile to T-Mobile calling, and unlimited nights and weekends.

7% Of All Downloads Are Infected

Microsoft has recently claimed that one out of every 14 programs downloaded by Windows users are malicious, so be careful with your trigger-happy fingers, especially after you’ve had that second cup of coffee. Although some modern browsers have quite a few security features to help protect users against Internet danger, about 5% of these people ignore the warnings and download the malicious Trojan horse programs anyway.

AT&T and T-Mobile’s Marriage: What Will This Mean?

As all of you have probably read, AT&T has acquired T-mobile and there is much talk about what will become of the AT&T giant. In terms of coverage, AT&T will focus on combining its 2G and 3G networks with T-Mobile by combining the two carriers’ frequencies. Yes, this will double the 3G capacity in many areas, although existing phones will only be constrained to one frequency or the other. AT&T boasts about how much their coverage will improve, but many consumers are worried about something else:

Samsung Galaxy S II Hands-On Review

The new Samsung Galaxy S II is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone with a dual core processor and a large, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display. The new Samsung phone features an 8MP, 1080p HD capable camera and the new Samsung TouchWiz 4.0 user interface.