Cell phones have come a long way since their beginnings. We’re sure that if you told someone 20 years ago all that people would be able to do with their smartphones, they’d probably think that you were crazy but with each passing product update, smartphones are becoming more and more useful in our daily tech-infused lives.
Even though most people have turned to their cell phones to act as their main alarm clocks, in our opinion, there is still room on your bedside table for an alarm clock. The trouble is that you need something that has quite a few features and that will perform well compared to a cell phone, alongside the issue of price. You don’t want to spend too much on a one-function device.
Ever got annoyed at the speed of your smartphone? Well, this is something that Pantech has finally addressed in Korea. Their new Vega X is supposed to run almost as fast as some PCs, thanks to the inclusion of speedy DDR2 memory.
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When I get free time, from work and from my assignments, I like to spend it completely offline. While I do keep some tabs in my Firefox browser open while I surf the Internet, after a certain time I close them all. In fact, I relish when I don’t have to check my email and when I don’t have to be available. Are you going to spend any time offline this holiday season?
While there are some drawbacks with having a lot of tech in your home, there are also some benefits. The Internet and computers have made things that were hard in the past very easy. Take a look at our list of healthy things that you can do with technology.
They might seem cute, but they are controversial since these coverings for mobile phones and USB flash drives are actually made out of real fur.
Ever since the iPhone came out, companies have been scrambling to create a real competitor. It’s not just that the iPhone rocks, it’s the features that you get. Sure it has its faults, but some of the perks are just really good. More and more touchscreen phones are coming out and are trying to compete with the Apple phone. I’ve always liked SonyEricsson phones. Usually, they work well and have an interesting combination of features.
We all love our iPhones, but will it still represent the wave of the future in a few years? The one thing that I can’t bear without is some form of input device, better than a small touchscreen that is just unwieldy. I don’t think that the slide-away keyboards are a solution either. LG has been studying this quandary for some time and have come up with a solution: modular cell phones. Cell phones that have pieces that can be taken off and reattached.
We all need cell phones. They have become a ubiquitous sign of our times. We need to be in contact with our friends and family, which is why cell phones are everywhere. This year has been an incredible year for cell phones and cell phone concepts. We’ve seen phones that will compete with the iPhone, phones that are biodegradable, made out of E paper, and Steampunk phones. After the jump we list our ten favorite cell phones of this year…