Nokia study on digital convergence

June 17, 2006

On June 6th, Nokia has released the results of a global study they did to find out what else consumers do with their cell phone. This study allows them to get a feel of the future of what they call ‘digital convergence’.

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3 Don’ts when shopping for a camera phone

June 9, 2006

Nicolas Fogelholm from About Nokia writes on 3GWeek.NET about camera phones. In his article, he gives three tips when shopping for a camera phone: Don’t opt for a plastic lens. Try to find a cell phone with an optic lens for the best results. Plastic lenses are really not worthy of a real camera. Don’t […]

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The 31st Carnival of the Mobilists is taking place at All About Symbian

June 8, 2006

The Carnival of the Mobilists stops this week at All About Symbian. For the best articles on mobile technology, head over to the 31st Carnival of the Mobilists and spend some time browsing through the excellent articles that have been submitted this week! I have contributed to this edition of the Carnival with 7 tips […]

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How to get out of your cell phone contract for free

June 7, 2006

It’s hard to resist signing a 3-year contract when you buy a new cell phone. Cell phone carriers give you such a fat discount on the phone when you buy it with a contract, yet getting out of a contract can cost you hundreds in early termination fees. Chip Chick gives a tip on how […]

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7 tips to help protect your cell phone privacy

June 6, 2006

Today I received a brand new credit card because my old one had expired. To activate the new card, I had to call my credit card company so they could verify the card was indeed in the hands of the rightful owner. Having dropped my land-based phone line recently, I made the call from my […]

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The top tens of cell phone radiation

June 4, 2006

CNET’s Quick guide has a list of the ten highest radiation cell phones and the ten lowest radiation cell phones. The radiation level is expressed in SAR, Specific Absorption Rate. It is the amount of radiofrequency energy absorbed by the body when using a mobile phone. Top Ten Highest-Radiation Cell Phones (SAR: 1.58) Motorola SLVR […]

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Free maps on your cellphone with Mobile GMaps and Google Maps

May 27, 2006

Online maps such as Google Maps are very useful when you drive to a new place. I usually print the maps before I go on such a trip to help me find my destination faster. But from now on, it’ll be even easier with Mobile GMaps and Google Maps Mobile. Mobile GMaps Mobile GMaps is […]

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Sometimes, even a cell phone requires a reboot!

May 18, 2006

Something made me realize yesterday that my Motorola RAZR V3c is much more than a simple cellular phone. I had a battery problem that I solved by rebooting the RAZR. As I left for work yesterday morning, I disconnected my cell phone from the charger and made sure it was fully charged. The LCD screen […]

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The 28th Carnival of the Mobilists

May 18, 2006

The 28th Carnival of the Mobilists is taking place this week at Digital Evangelist. The Carnival of the Mobilists features this week’s best articles related to mobile technology, be it cellular phones, portable computers, and everything related to the mobile field. I am very honored since my article on cell phone ban in school has […]

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How to send text messages from a computer and easily customize your cell phone

May 17, 2006

Have you ever wanted to send your friend a text message on his cell phone when you didn’t have access to one yourself? Do you want to customize your cell phone without additional cables and softwares? I’ve found myself in this situation once. Had I known that the following two services existed, it would have made my life easier.

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