Most phones are not best used while on a construction site, suspended from a telephone pole or while welding a pipeline. While this is a niche market, the need is still present.
AT&T has snagged the connectivity for all new GM vehicles from Verizon. In doing so they are upgrading GM’s OnStar from CDMA to 4G LTE where available and will fall back to
Pantech is one of those brands that most phone buyers may skip past if reading about. Another cheapo brand, I bet that is sold on Net10 at the Dollar Store. Well what
In the last couple years Samsung has evolved to become second to only Apple in the smartphone market. The tablet market though has stayed a bit more open though. The Asus Transformer
Samsung is without a doubt a leader in the Android phone and tablet market. Devices like the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Tab 2, other manufactures like HTC and Google are falling further behind.
The HTX One X was one of my favorite phones of 2012. The AT&T model I reviewed was a great phone, in my opinion just as good as the more popular Samsung Galaxy
Samsung sees three distinct paths for smartphones. The first is the “regular” smartphone, free on contract and just enough features to pacify the casual user. The second is their biggest seller, the
It’s been awhile since I’ve had the chance to review an Android device thanks to the lull in releases that happens during the summer here in the US. I recently had the
AT&T has released three new devices and certification for some phones already in their line up that are capable of being used with their new Enhanced Push-To-Talk (PTT) service. For those unfamiliar