April 18th, 2013
The technology used in cell phones has become much more advanced in recent years. Companies are manufacturing their products with faster processing speeds, higher resolution screens and more capability.
While there are hundreds of different cell phones to choose from, these top two wireless phones to watch for in 2013 will blow you away:
Apple has always been at the head of the pack in terms of wireless devices. While the design of the iPhone 5S hasn't changed at all from the previous iPhone versions, it comes with a processor that's twice as fast and a fifteen megapixel camera. The phone also comes with improved sharing capabilities and a longer battery life.
Microsoft Surface Phone
The Microsoft Surface Phone is the first mobile device to run on the Windows 8 platform. They designed this phone to work seamlessly with the desktop version of Windows 8 when its plugged in to a computer. You can share files, edit Microsoft Office documents and more while on-the-go.
Because this is the first mobile device to run Windows 8, the Surface Phone is a must-have product for 2013.
January 10th, 2013
All smartphones are not created equal, and the iPhone isn't necessarily the end all be all of smartphones anymore.
Because it's so easy to get online on the go, whether on your laptop with http://Clearwirelessinternet4g.com, or on your smartphone, people have a lot to say about their technology and how it works. Smartphone technology has continued to outdo itself year over year, and 2012 was no exception. But who delivered the smartest smartphone this year?
Samsung hit it big in 2012 with the Galaxy SIII. It was a direct rival to Apple's iPhone, and took its position at the top of the smartphone heap with some smart advertising and technology.
It's tap-to-share technology was a big hit in commercials, as well as its super slim structure. Samsung managed to match Apple's "Siri" success with S Voice, which can even take photos on command.
Apple still made a splash in 2012 when the iPhone 5 came out in the second half of the year. Its new sleek and lightweight design was nearly overshadowed by the Apple maps controversy, which led to the firing of Richard Williamson. The maps app was flawed and less than stellar, which are words not usually associated with the technology powerhouse. Despite the ridiculed maps, the iPhone 5 still made a huge impact with its iOS 6 technology, lightweight body and flexible features.
It seems that this year the "underdog" was the smartest phone of them all: the Samsung Galaxy SIII. It will be interesting to see how these two companies shape in 2013, considering they are locked in battle over patent disagreements.
December 11th, 2012
First of all, sorry I\'ve been out of commission for a while. Between work and family matters, I let this site fall by the wayside a little bit. Fortunately, we\'re back in business now.
Today, we\'ll take a look at the increasing role Instagram is playing in modern popular culture. Once a lightly-used application used by a few people to add fancy filters to their photos, Instagram is now commonplace among many social media users.
Equipped with 3G and 4G smartphones, everyone from average teenagers to grown up celebrities are adding sepia-toned effects to their mobile photos. It\'s even reached the elusive level of being used as a verb (hey man, you should totally Instagram that picture!).
This is one of many technological innovations that make many people shake their heads. What seems like not that long ago, people were amazed that cellular phones could even take pictures in the first place. Then, we were able to not only share pictures between phones, but actually post pictures directly online from a phone.
Instagram takes it that one extra step: you can take a picture with your cell phone, post it directly to a social media site, and add a professional-looking effect, all from your phone!
Mobile Internet allows us to do some truly amazing things. While Instagram may not have the societal impact of some innovations, it is certainly sweeping rapidly across the online landscape!
September 20th, 2012
The tenacious cell phone user will want their wireless contacts to be readily available rendering the telecommunications industry a par of necessity.
Without a doubt smart phones and tablets lead the industry and will soon set the standard. Availability of others is context essential. No one in the area or field will interfere with Android technology as it leads to positive growth and information on the information highway. Society can no longer live without wireless and internet technology.
Visualizing the space and science fiction movies and novels as a vision of authors, computer whiz kids see themselves in none other than wireless gadget worlds. Twenty year increments of knowledge and testing is what the whiz kids will seek without knowing in their adventures in wireless.
Smarter than most; scientists are ranging in a younger age group that will take wireless to the utmost within a short amount of time. Youngsters that are uninhibited by expert advice will go beyond the reality and shorten research and development time to less than half. A golden child will type at the speed of light or so it will appear. VoIP was nothing more than a dream that came true and talks to us.
September 17th, 2012
Everywhere you go you will see people playing with their phone. Nine out of ten times they are probably texting. Texting has become a big part of todayâ€™s society and it seems as if it is replacing the need to talk personally on the phone. Texting is very convenient and is a quick and easy way to communicate with friends, family, or business partners. Talking on the phone is more personable, but people these days are so caught up with work or play that texting seems to be a more convenient route to take when it comes to getting in touch with someone.
There are countless wireless phone companies and phones out on the market today. Each and every one of them offers texting of some sort. Even elderly people are getting into the texting fad. Smart phones that are available these days are making texting even more fun for consumers. There are apps available that make the font different colors and even can send images through a text message that was impossible in years past. Texting is becoming a daily thing and a lot of people even seem to be almost addicted to it. There are many pros and cons to texting, and people everywhere are realizing that.