Having the ability to load the applications you choose – that’s what “jailbreaking” your phone does. And hackers have been furiously attempting to circumvent the Apple lock and key surrounding…
Wireless telephones work by communicating via radio waves using a system of base stations (sometimes known as “cell sites”) that send and receive calls and relay them to other networks, like the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)…
Your cellphone seems to be the center of your universe these days – so, if you are already living the iLife on the iPhone – what you are missing is a (are you ready?) – projector.
Fresh from the web, this is the first CKing projector-phone with an LED projector capable of a 30 inch VGA resolution (640×480) image. Not to shabby for an iPhone knock off with a bunch of extra internal components (and it looks like there is a fan in it too – check the back).
Cellphone lovers tend to buy more unlocked phones these days because many features are cut out of the phones purchased from carriers including Verizon, and T-Mobile. Reduction in features reduces the cost – and thereby allows them to sell phones for less or provide them at reduced costs when purchased with a service plan. CompUSA customers have had access to unlocked GSM phones for some time and with unlocked CDMA phones compatible with Verizon and Sprint on the horizon with their new ‘open platform’ approach – the advantages to no contract extension requirement and sometimes many more features – makes them a winner.
People who have purchased unlocked n-Series Nokia cellphones, specifically the models based on the Symbian Series 60 OS, including the N81, N81 8GB, N82, N95 and N95 8GB, were provided a treat today – their phones are completely ready to participate in the new Nokia N-Gage game download service.
AT&T was announced as a big winner in the FCC Auction of frequency for next generation wireless services, and with AT&T expecting to deliver AT&T 3G services to nearly 350 major U.S. markets by the end of the year, they are already planning for the years ahead when our bandwidth needs are greater and more digital mobile services are in use.
With broadband speeds in the hundreds of Megabits – this is no slow connection and promises much for the future of wireless.
Making videos can be fun, but winning a contest with a video you made would be excellent! Nokia has announced their ’2008 Nokia Mobile Filmmaking Awards’ as a worldwide event.
Participants must submit videos that have something to do with acts of kindness, inspiring or even something that ‘makes you smile’ and be no longer than 2 minutes in length.
Converged networks. Seamless link exchange. Passing Off to the next tower. These are all things we take for granted – and your cell phone is a great example. While you can seemingly stay connected for an endless stretch of the road – you are actually making those calls from different cellular towers along the way. The closest tower is generally going to get the call. As you move, that changes and they are passed between one another without you even realizing it.
Wasn’t it just last year that RIM (Research In Motion), BlackBerry’s maker, suffered a technical failure that brought the system down for more than ten hours? Well, it happened again yesterday to about 4 million U.S. and Canadian customers, idling thumbs across North America for fewer hours, but with no less pain. In the end, it was a new software installation (an upgrade that was designed to accelerate e-mail processing) that was the culprit in the RIM systems.
Garmin International Inc., the worldâ€™s leading GPS manufacturer, announced its entrance into the mobile phone market with the nÃ¼vifone. An all-in-one, slim bodied, touchscreen device, the nÃ¼vifone combines the features of a premium phone, mobile web-browser, and cutting-edge personal navigator.