Yesterday in San Francisco, Google invited national media to breakfast with Sundar Pichai, Google's Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome, and Apps, for a mystery announcement. During the breakfast, Google announced an update to the current Jelly Bean operating system for Android smartphones and tablets.
In situations where you need a secure internet connection and no safe, public WiFi is available, a mobile hotspot can feel like a lifesaver. You can create a personal mobile hotspot with your Android smartphone or with a separate mobile hotspot devi
In New York City today, Verizon Wireless held a special event to unveil three new additions to its very popular DROID smartphone lineup. Launching on Verizon's 4G LTE network on August 20th 2013 are the DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx and DROID Mini.
The smartphone has forever changed the way the average person takes spontaneous pictures. Since most people carry around their smartphones everywhere with them versus only bring out the old point-and-shoot camera for special occasions, more photos are being taken per year than any other time in history.
More photos than ever before are being taken with a smartphone. These are 5 top tips to help you take a better smartphone picture.
Tip #1: A Clean Lens Is A Happy Lens
Tip #2: Light Is Your Friend
Tip #3: Use Specialty Shooting Modes When They Make Sense
Tip #4: Zoom With Your Body
Tip #5: Don't be afraid to edit your pictures
The Nokia Lumia 521 is running the Windows Phone 8 operating system on some great hardware. Wirefly's Scott Lewis gives you a Quick Look at the design of the phone and what you might want to know before you buy it.
Have you ever wanted to attend a Major League Baseball All-Star game? Tickets to the game are very hard to get and may cost you a throwing-arm and a leg. If you didn't score tickets to the MLB All-Star game this week, you can still checkout the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest that's open from July 12th through the 16th in New York City.
Earlier this year, Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside confirmed that they were working on a new flagship smartphone, and that it's called the Moto X. Then just a few days ago, Motorola published a full-page ad in the July 3rd edition of The New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post with a copy that said:
Have you ever dreamed of being discovered by a Hollywood talent scout while on vacation? Wirefly wants you to share your great summer vacation photos that you captured with your smartphone's camera to be used on the Wirefly website.
Submitting your picture for consideration is easy.
Wirefly's great price on the Samsung Galaxy S III just got even better. For a limited time, when you purchase a Samsung Galaxy S III from Wirefly, you will receive a FREE blue protective flip cover.
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