Communicating in today’s society requires that you have a cell phone. Today’s phones do much more than make simple calls. For “connected” individuals and families you can do everything from checking your email, watching a movie, surfing the internet, downloading music, or paying bills and sending cash. So how do you... Read More
T-Mobile USA, Inc. and LG Mobile Phones have unveiled their Android 3.0 tablet, the T-Mobile G-Slate with Google by LG. With a high definition 8.9-inch 3D-capable multi-touch display, the T-Mobile G-Slate delivers mobile entertainment along with the ability to record 3D and full HD video. The first 4G tablet... Read More
The Augusta National Golf Club is now available in the Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 12: The Masters demo on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Players approach the tee box of the famous closing hole during the tournament’s final round in their quest to become the Masters champion... Read More
The WiFi2HiFi app, now available on the Apple App Store brings a world of music from your computer to your living room without an expensive audio streaming box. The new WiFi2HiFi app turns your iPhone into a wireless audio receiver for your stereo system or sound-dock. Combined with the ... Read More
Sony Ericsson has announced the Xperia PLAY, the latest phone in its Xperia range of Android based smartphones. Xperia PLAY delivers smartphone functionality with the immersive gaming experience that any gamer would want. In portrait mode, the Android smartphone offers all the benefits that users have come to expect from... Read More
Well, it’s finally happened, after many years of false starts, empty promises, vague threats, and near ceaseless innuendo; on February 10, 2011, AT&T’s North American stranglehold on the world’s most coveted mobile communications device will at last be broken. On that date, Verizon Wireless will begin offering the iPhone. ...
The trend toward text messaging as a primary form of communication brings with it a number of challenges. Among them, the temptation to send and read text messages while driving. Decisive Magazine has found a proprietary anti-texting software for cell phones that deactivates the keyboard and eliminates the ability...
According to a study by American Express, the American family will spend $550 on back-to-school items this year, despite a consumer confidence in sharp decline. One explanation may be that many feel pressure to “keep up with the Joneses”. Shopping is dominated by clothing and shoes but retailers have reported a...
The recession is changing how consumers shop foods and perceive the brands that supply the groceries A new study from Deloitte shows a new more budget-conscious consumer is evolving in America. 92% of American households have modified their food shopping habits by turning to store brands, loyalty cards and coupons more than...
Amazon just announced a lower priced, updated Kindle e-reader which is slimmer, smaller in size and with a crisper display. The $139-device ($189 for a 3G version) is a direct response to iPad which has taken the world by storm and sold a whopping 3.3 million copies to date. The e-book market...
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