Cell Phone Radiation

June 29, 2014

http://www.buzzfeed.com/pong/cell-phone-radiation-explained-520q Source


The iPhone Era

June 26, 2014

There are two worlds we have now inhabited, the world before the iPhone and the world after. The iPhone has come along and revolutionized what we expect from a mobile device and the ways in which we use our mobile devices. Just how much has changed in the last few years? Take a look and […]


Teenagers & Their Texting Habits

June 12, 2014

Teenagers are the one who adopts any new technology so fast and also uses it to the maximum. These days, nearly every single teenager is having the mobile phones and they use all features of it very well. But the most used function of mobile phones for teenagers is the SMS. You can see a […]


Androids Are Taking Over

June 8, 2014

Androids are everywhere and they will stop at nothing short of world domination. This infographic looks at everything Android from market shares to the future of the phones. It would appear that the Androids are here to stay. Source


Verizon iPhone: There Goes the Only Reason to Sign Up for AT&T

June 3, 2014

What once remained AT&T’s stronghold is now Verizon’s little baby. The coveted iPhone is now available on the Verizon network eliminating AT&T’s exclusive iPhone monopoly. iPhone fanatics countrywide rejoice and be glad. Source


Mobile Advertising and The Rise of Coupons

June 3, 2014

The mobile industry is huge and it’s showing strong signs of being a great advertising channel. 2 out of every 3 people own a phone and it is predicted that the mobile advertising market would hit $3.1 billion in 3 years time. Thanks to the high adoption rate of smartphones, it gives advertisers plenty of […]


Time is Money: Cell Phone Minutes as a New Currency

May 31, 2014

Talking with other travelers while on the road is probably one of my favorite ways to learn about new ideas and gather material to write about. I heard about the mobile banking phenomenon from Jason, an American teacher from Colorado via Costa Rica. While online purchases have increased dramatically in developed countries over the past […]


The Life Cycle Of Cell Phones

May 19, 2014

If you think cell phone prices are high today, check this out. Back in 1984, the average price of a cell phone was $4,000. With a price tag that high only the very wealthy were able to afford phones that are now commonplace today. The average cost of a cell phone in 2000 was around […]


Droid vs iPhone4

April 16, 2014

It’s a war that has been going on for the last few years – the war of the smartphones. The iPhone was the reigning king of the mobile world – swiftly kicking off the BlackBerry in its path. Now the Android is out and some former iPhone users are turning to the other side. This […]


Americans and Their Gadgets

March 25, 2014

Americans love their computerized gadgets. Learn the breakdown of who owns what in America from cellphones to tablets and beyond. Source


Where’s My Phone?

March 19, 2014

These days, our electronic devices are loaded full of personal information. Computers, cell phones: they all contain valuable data about our assets and lives. What happens if we lose such devices or if someone happens to obtain our information? Rather than take the risk of finding out when it’s too late, it may be wise […]


Planet Text: How SMS Messaging Is Changing the World

March 7, 2014

Though we think of texting as just as a means of day-to-day communication, it has been utilized in developing countries in a variety of ingenious ways to improve the lives of the people there. Surprisingly, cell phones in the developing world are both cheaper and more ubiquitous than many basic services we take for granted, […]