Smartphones

People use their smartphones as a way to stay connected with everyone these days. It's a necessary accessory, like a wallet or car keys. The cell phones we knew from a decade ago are antiques, as we can now check our email, look at websites, watch videos, check Facebook, check scores, text, tweet – and make phone calls. Having a landline phone isn't as necessary as it once was, as families have begun to make sure every member has their own smartphone. More smartphones means more ways for us to learn and explore, so new apps are constantly coming to market. And nearly every year, we're seeing newer smartphones replace our older ones – but which ones should we buy, and which ones are just reboots of the same product?

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7 Factors For Buying a Cell Phone

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Text Messaging Abbreviations You Should Know

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Introduction to Cellular Wireless Data Cards

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Your Very Own Mobile MiFi Hotspot

Are you sick and tired of driving to café's and other hotspots for your mobile data fix?  Do you ever feel annoyed by the...

Which smartphone is right for me? Android, BlackBerry, iPhone or Windows...

The following article was posted a couple years ago, but we recently posted an updated article that reviews the main differences between all of...

Take the Internet with You Using Mobile Broadband

Right now, I'm in a motel. I'm browsing several sites for information to include in this article, downloading a 10 MB file in the...