Posts Tagged ‘Verizon’

Samsung Galaxy S III vs. iPhone 5 Smartphone Schmackdown by Wirefly

Apple’s iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III are both 4G LTE smartphones that are available for Verizon Wireless and Sprint. See which of these very popular smartphones is better then the other. Apple and Samsung have both released a very popular smartphone recently and Wirefly decided to compare them and see which one is better. In this Schmackdown comparison review you will get to see the differences between the Android powered Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple’s iOS powered iPhone 5. See how the iPhone 5 compares to five of the best Android Smartphones on the market today: bit.ly See all available phones from Wirefly at: bit.ly Check to see if you are eligible to upgrade: bit.ly Estimate your data usage: bit.ly **Correction** In the video the iPhone 5 display is spelled “Retnia” when it should be correctly spelled “Retina”. Sorry for the pain and anguish that this typo might have caused.

Motorola DROID R2-D2 – unboxing and Star Wars content tour

MobileBurn.com – The Motorola DROID R2D2 for Verizon Wireless is a Star Wars themed version of the Motorola DROID 2 Android 2.2 powered smartphone that features an R2D2 design on the back and a ton of Star Wars themed goodies. More info: www.mobileburn.com

First Look: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3

A First Look at Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Director’s channels- Technology channel:www.youtube.com Minecraft channel: www.youtube.com Here’s a first look at the Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless. This smartphone will be available for pre-order this Wednesday June 6. Pricing will be 0 for the 16GB and 0 for the 32GB. This device will be Verizon’s flagship Android smartphone and will feature 2GB of RAM with a 1.5 Ghz dual-core processor. All pictures in this video are courtesy of Verizon Wireless. Check out the phone on their website by clicking the link below. shop.verizonwireless.com Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com

Fifth Grader Discovers New Molecule!

A new page in science history is written in a grade school classroom, get double your data on Verizon’s 4G promo, Chrome gets faster with pre-rendering, and a new humanoid robot in Japan is attracting crowds! 00:01 Grade School Science Discovery What comes of teaching kids science? New molecules! A ten-year-old discovered a new energy-storing molecule in the course of her fifth grade chemistry class! 01:19 Verizon Doubles 4G Data Verizon is bring back their “double data” promotion for smartphone users who sign up for two years of 4G service. 01:48 Newest Chrome Has Pre-Rendering Google Chrome 17 has landed, bringing pre-rendering so you can get your pages faster, sometimes immediately after hitting “Enter”. 03:11 Japanese Department Store Android Geminoid-F is an android who lives in a Japanese department store’s display window, attracting crowds of human admirers with her simulated emotions.

The Hobbit Movie Cast Details & iPhone 4 on Verizon – IGN Daily Fix, 1.11

The iPhone 4 is confirmed for Verizon, The Hobbit movie gets back Gollum and Gandalf, & the Nintendo 3DS is region locked? All on the IGN Daily Fix! IGN’s YouTube is just a taste of our content. Get more: www.ign.com Want this week’s top videos? Sign up go.ign.com

LG Lucid Review

Lisa Gade reviews the LG Lucid Android smartphone on Verizon. This is an affordable phone with great looks and a sharp 4″ IPS display. It has LTE 4G, a dual core 1.2GHz processor, dual cameras and Android 2.3 with a promised upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich.

Blackberry Curve 8330 Great Smart Phone! For Sale

moneypermonth.com | 2 young guys still in their 20s Finally Get cornered into revealing their secret affiliate system that makes them over 3569 a month on complete auto-pilot. The best part is it’s been working for over 3 years and you can copy it in less than 3 days… ___________________________________________ Blackberry Curve 8330 (Verizon) – ___________________________________________ Blackberry is the best phone I have ever owned. I am with Verizon and they offered me an update, so I went with the Droid by HTC. Its kind of cool but a pain to work with. The BB Curve is a work horse, easy to use, gets me my email, txt, sms, and every phone call. I never dropped. The tower is always peaked. I have wiped all my data off the phone so the original applications and system is as originally installed when I bought it. I took the Features off the BB Curve Website they are described below Blackberry Curve 8330 w/ 2 GB Card (w.1.8GB available space for video, music, photos, voice notations, data), Car Charger, Wall Charger, Data Cord, Protective Case (burgundy) and Monitor protector. PLUS I am throwing in in a JABRA Blue Tooth with charger and the headphones for the Mp3 part which has the switch to go between phone and Mp3. First gets it. You know it’s going to go fast. You Pay for SHIPPING. I Don’t Have the Original Box any more. Data Sync software is available online via Blackberry and is called Blackberry desktop manager. This is a Fantastic Phone, Works Great

top 10 smartphones 2011

Article by bobos done

Smartphones are turning out to be a necessity in modern day day existence, but with a lot of alternatives, it may be challenging to choose. In reality lots of people make the error of choosing a smartphone according to it’s look and really feel, with out truly understanding anything about this, and that may undoubtedly be considered a massive blunder. The last factor you want to complete is get stuck on an agreement using a smartphone that you wished you didn’t purchase, specifically since they can get pretty high-priced.

Surfing the Smartphone Wave

For the past couple of years, and even more specifically since the release of Apple’s first iPhone, there has been a sweeping craze for smartphones. All major cell phone carriers have since released a smartphone to compete and keep up with Apple’s trendy phone. The holidays are one of the most popular times to give smartphones as gifts, which is why there is a consistently strong marketing blitz in the fall months for these types of products. This was especially the case for the 2010 holiday season. Not only are these glitzy items good-looking, but they are also extremely useful and help people stay organized.

Google’s live demo of Android 3.0 Honeycomb at CES 2011

Google made a surprise appearance at Verizon’s opening keynote of CES 2011, and the company provided a 10-minute live demo of Android 3.0 Honeycomb running on the Motorola Xoom tablet. This is a video of the event. It cuts off just 30 seconds before the demo ended.

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