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LG eXpo GW820 smartphone can turn into a projector

We don’t feature a lot of cell phones on GfG because there are entirely too many models and there are other sites that are dedicated to just that. But of course we feature the ‘big name’ ones and the newsworthy and unique. The LG eXpo GW820 definitely fits the newsworthy category, as it’s the first […]

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Cell-R-Derm – patch for cell phone addicts

Looking for a high-tech gag gift, say for April Fool’s day? Take a look at the Cell-R-Derm which parades as a patch for obsessed cell phone users. What’s amazing is how detailed their website is! Buy now! Price: $12.99 (Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best […]

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Motorola Backflip, Android phone comes to AT&T

Well the iPhone honeymoon at AT&T may be over, what with Android handsets coming to the network. The first one is here, the Motorola Backflip and like its name, it has a hinged design that lets the keyboard float below the screen or even to rotate all the way around. Here are the big points: […]

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nio Bluetooth security system prevents your phone from ‘walking away’

UK company, TenBu, has a solution for alerting you if your prized possessions go ‘wandering’ off – the nio Bluetooth security system. nio is a small fob (or tag) that you tie via Bluetooth to your phone. So if your phone and nio end up being apart at some predetermined distance, a loud audible alarm […]

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T3 Magazine picks for best phones of 2010

We think it’s a bit soon to be giving out awards, but UK magazine, T3, put out a list of what they feel are the best phones for 2010. Obviously so far. We’re expecting even more Android phones this year, and probably a 4G phone on Sprint, so stay tuned. However, if you’re looking for […]

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Sprint to launch 1st 4G smartphone this summer

You may already be immune to those Sprint commercials that keep using the term “4G”, but the reality is that they may have a 4G WiMax network in a lot of cities, but no phones! Well that’s about to change this summer with the introduction of a new 4G smartphone. There’s a good chance too […]

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Mobile Entertainment company mspot now offers movies on demand for your cell phone

One of the up and coming services that gets you even more entertainment on your cell phone is mspot. mspot started out as a music, ringtone and streaming radio company but has recently branched out into movies too. So if you’re interested in watching movies on your phone, then you can get an mspot movie […]

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Verizon Rolling Out Unlimited Plans, New Pricing

Verizon is overhauling their voice, text and family cell phone plans and throwing in a couple of unlimited talk plans starting at $70/mo, although their pricing, when you include data, doesn’t seem as competitive as Sprint or T-Mobile. You be the judge, but remember that price alone doesn’t make a happy mobile customer – witness […]

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Review: iTech SolarVoice 908 – Solar-Powered Bluetooth Headset

Last year, we reviewed the iTech SolarCharger 906 which we quite liked. Now we have a chance to test out another iTech’s solar-powered products – the SolarVoice 908. Introduction For starters, I was excited to try out a headset that could be solar powered. Living in Southern Cal, I envisioned having a headset that never […]

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CES 2010: ZOMM Announces Bluetooth Leash/Alarm for Your Cell Phone

In what is probably a growing field (example: take a look at nio), ZOMM, just announced their forthcoming Bluetooth leash with alarm for your mobile/cell phone. This personal security device that you keep in your pocket or attach to your keychain that will sound an alarm if you walk away from your phone. ZOMM also […]

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