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How to recover photos from casio G`zOne TYPE-S
I backed up the old one before I traded it in and now I can't get the new one to add my stuff back.
What is wrong with flip phones?
Does everybody really need a 4" brick? Is there no more hope for a flip form-factor?
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Surf web and talk on Verizons network
I have Verizon service, and I live in a 3G area, no 4G availability yet. Montana is a little behind the curve. I've seen the HTC Thunderbolt browse the web and talk at the same time in my area, but are there any other phones that has that capability? Also, what makes the Th...
Cisco has a 120gbps network. . .absolutly mind blowing!!!
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Samsung galaxy 2 typing problem
Best Display Outdoors
10 resons u will or you did pick an android over iphone & vice versa
i know its 2011 now really late but im bored at work so here it goes...
i wont buy an iphone because
1) custimazation sucks there isnt a whole lot you can do other than what wall papers and ringers? compared to android? for sum ppl great for me uh no
2)iphone 4 doesnt suit my needs i like choice i like being able to decide screen size and if i want a keyboard or not and stay within the os im using
3) removeable storage i like being able to expand and swap out memory cards like nothing
4)removeable battery its fact that cell phone bat...
USB connection with new phone...suggestions?
let me know!
A better and/or faster processor allows apps to run faster. Raw processor speed is measured in MHz or GHz. (1 GHz = 1,000 MHz.) However some processors are more powerful than others, so even if two different processors both run at 1 GHz, if one is more powerful, it may run software apps much faster.
So what makes one 1 GHZ processor "more powerful" than another 1 GHZ processor, and how can I tell one from the other?
Embedded SIM - what's currently available or coming soon?
I've googled around to see if T-Mobile, or any of the carriers, were marketing embedded SIMS today, but didn't find much new info. All the info goes back to 2009.
I'd like to incorporate an embedded SIM in a security product I am developing that's based on Ubuntu OS. Is there currently any way to incorporate a carrier's SIM and have text and data services available that a custom app could communicate with - hopefully via USB?
Is anybody impressed?
Bluetooth Voice announcement?
BEST Android with Tmobile
My husband also needs a phone but he hates full touchscreens and refuses to get one. Not sure how to help him. lol.