Considering that this is a cell phone related site - perhaps we need to add words like Nokia, Motorola, etc to the dictionary that does the spell check!
Here's a good one...............
This has most likely been posted before...
or at least maybe in the search when you're looking for phones.
Phones without specific features
I would find it more useful to see that a listing says "No" for changeable faceplate or integrated PDA than to scan the list a few times, making sure that there is no entry for covers or faceplates or PDA.
Admittedly, some features are rare enough so they might be listed in a "special features" category, rather than stating that most phones do not have a flashlight, a calorie counter, or a sub-etha sensomatic.
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New RSS Feeds
The news feed now includes new feature articles when they're posted, so people who rely on RSS for new content won't miss big stuff like the recent CES article.
Combined with the new Latest Phones feed, RSS can now serve as a complete replacement for checking the front page.
If you use RSS, please help me test them. If everything looks okay after a couple weeks, I'll post the links somewhere prominent and retire the old feed.
RSS/RDF Feed for news?
A forum search would be nice, too. I can only imagine how many people post duplicate threads. I scanned and manually searched 6 pages of headlines for rss/rdf, but that surely wasn't as complete as a real search would be.
check the link
http://www.smartphonethoughts.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... »
RICH BROME IS DA MAN
You have got a great site and active forums also. However I would like to suggest that your forums are little time consuming to use. For eg - All the replies to a thread are not displayed on one page we have to go through the page and one can find only the replies which are current. You can use Phpbb forums or Invision forums also. They are quiet popular and easy to use.
No offence rich 😁
Phonescoop on Reuters.com
Way to go Rich 😁
Poor reception: the phone or the provider?
Some Help, Please.......
The question I have to ask is this: Can anyone recommend a carrier, that beyond any doubt works in both these places, Gainesville, Fl. zip 32614 and Bay Shore, N.Y. zip 11706?
Before I sign with a new carrier, I'd like to know all the facts. I'd appreciate any info in this matter.
(I live in Gainesville, Fl.,32614)