Mpow Bluetooth 4.0 Foldable Headphones review

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Looking for a great pair of wireless headphones to use with your Android? Look no further! The Mpow Bluetooth 4.0 Foldable Headphones are a great addition to your phone accessory collection. They’re completely Bluetooth enabled, so you don’t need to worry about another thing getting ...

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New Sony phones could complete a wireless charge in an hour

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Wireless charging isn’t really anything too terribly cutting edge. Qi Adapters have been around for a year or two, and are available for a plethora of devices. Now, however, Sony is aiming to make wireless charging faster - much faster. As in, about an hour for a full charge. Sony’s ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless charging cover lands at Verizon for $39.99

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Earlier this month, Samsung announced the wireless charging pad for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Now Verizon Wireless made the wireless charging cover for the Galaxy S4 available on their online store, without the official Samsung charging pad. Although Big Red is offering the Nokia DT-500, which is ...

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Zact enters the no-contract fray with custom-built plans

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T-Mobile, AT&T, and pretty much every other no-contract carrier have at least one more wireless provider to keep an eye on.  The carrier is called Zact and it aims to make things easier and/or provide more options than the other guys. Zact, offers a pair of entry-level Android handsets at ...

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AT&T acquires Alltel’s 585,000 customers and spectrum bands for $780 million in cash

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Well, this was slightly unexpected. AT&T has announced that they will completely acquire the Alltel brand, to include all of their 585,000 customers and spectrum. The deal set AT&T back a hard $780 million, a price tag which AT&T plans to make up for with its new found 700, 850, and ...

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Galaxy Note II on sale: $175 for new customers, $200 for upgrade through Amazon Wireless

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If you’re the phablet type, then you’re probably ga-ga over the Galaxy Note II. Fortunately for you, buddy, Amazon Wireless has a deal for you: $175 for a GNII on a new contract, or $200 for an upgrade – both with AT&T. The rub? Both devices are listed as backordered, so ...

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Jawbone ICON HD Bluetooth Headset – [Review]

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Just like with my Jawbone JAMBOX, the packaging for Jawbone products are premium and are a prelude to what will be found inside.  Maybe not as good as Apple iDevices yet but they are getting close.  At first glance the Jawbone ICON HD could be just another bluetooth headset…not so.  With ...

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New Trade-In Program.. Gift Cards for old phones at Verizon Wireless

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This Valentine’s Day marks the launch of the latest trade-in program at Verizon Wireless. Encouraging its customers to “save the planet”, Big Red is allowing eligible customers to redeem their old handsets for gift cards to use at the Verizon store.

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Moboplay: Palm Sized Media Player

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Just announced today at CES, the Moboplay is the world’s smallest pocket media player streaming full 1080p HD video. Unlike your common “media player”, the Moboplay offers a display-free design coming in at a small 63mm x 60mm x 13mm (LxWxH) and weighing just 50 grams.

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VZW to drop 1 yr contracts?

Word around the net is indicating that Big Red, aka Verizon Wireless, will be dropping their 1 yr customer agreements beginning April 17, 2011.  Including those who are “employee liable end users” (ELEU), any business customers without an ECPD profile and the “grandfathered” Alltel Lifetime ...

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NFC Chip Gets Put to Use with New Google Hotpot Iniative

As all of you Android junkies may know (at least you should know), the Nexus S was recently announced. With its 4″ Super AMOLED screen, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), and close tie to Google, a big component in the device is the NFC chip that is built in. The chip allows for wireless ...

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Cox Isn’t Just Cable Anymore, Adds Android to Repertoire

Cable company Cox is breaking into the wireless business and is currently offering cellular service in select regions. Cox’s business plan is based around the user, offering great customer service and competitive  prices on bundle packages of cable, internet and phone service.  A new part ...

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Review: Sound ID 510 Bluetooth Earpiece. A Good Thing in a Small Package.

Being addicted to gadgetry like many of our Android Guys readers, it is safe to say that I have been through literally dozens of bluetooth wireless earpieces to match the myriad number of smartphones that I have used over the years.  So I have to admit that I am a bit jaded when I hear... Read More

802.11n on Nexus One Coming Soon

Soon, more likely in one of the next Cyanogen releases, you will be able to use wireless networks on the 802.11n standard, which is faster and has a better range than the other wifi standards, with the Nexus One. This is also faster than any other standard supported by other  Android devices ...

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App Review: WeFi

We often take it for granted but it is great to be able to carry these small devices around with constant web and data connections. While each of us have our respective wireless providers, many prefer to connect through WiFi wherever possible. Why? Because in most cases it is free.  This is ...

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