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16 Aug 11

Vodafone 340 Mobile Phone


The Vodafone 340 combines simplicity and effortless usability with all the modern conveniences you expect in a mobile phone. Visit your favourite websites, snap a quick picture, whatever you need this phone is ready when you are.This phone has a talk time of 3 hours and features vibrate alert, caller memory, Bluetooth, FM radio, MP3 player and a VGA 640×480 pixel camera.The Vodafone 340 is available on Vodafone pay as you go.
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Price: 10.00

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This nice looking Pink Color phone has Qwerty Keyboard, bluetooth capable, GPS and Wireless web enabled. Polyphonic ringtones….
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The Retrak ETPHONEIEB Retractable Earbud Style and In-Line Microphone gives you the ability to talk hands free on your cell phone….

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30 Jul 11

Cell Phone Science


Cell Phone Science
List Price: 24.95
Price: 18.71


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15 Jul 11

Check out these mobile phone images:

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Angel with mobile phone

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28 Jun 11

Apple i-phone 3G – The best cell/mobile phone?

Reviewing an i-phone, of any model, is a difficult task. All phones in the range contains so many features and functions I would be able to write thousands and thousands of words, well I could if I had the patience and inclination and thought all the users of this review would actually read it. Scouring the internet there are hundreds of reviews about the i-phone that range from the very detailed and “techy/geeky” to those of a few lines saying “it’s great”, along with everything in between. During my research I never found a review that covered the “stupid” questions that I daren’t ask the sales staff in the O2 shop or any i-phone owners, so hopefully I have covered most of these “stupid” points that potential consumers may have, within my review. This review is to give a ‘taster’ of living with the i-phone, broadly describing advantages, benefits, key features and problems I have experienced to date. The only way to definitely know if the i-phone is for you is to take the plunge and get one. I admit that I was skeptical at first however I wouldn’t be without mine, even though it is ‘only’ the entry level model of the current range. 

***The model of choice**** 

There are a few models of i-phone currently available including the 8gb 3G, 16gb 3GS and the 32gb 3GS. Whilst the higher level models have more features than the more ‘basic’ models they are all pretty much the same core product. 

After weighing up my needs, finances and information I gathered from the internet I decided the best option for me was the 8gb 3G. In my opinion 16gb, let alone 32gb, is just too much and whilst these 3GS models had additional features of which some, like the video camera (although like most things “There is an app for that”), would be nice there was no way I could justify the additional cost, so I plumped for the 8gb 3G model. 

****In the box**** 

When I was presented with my i-phone box I must admit that I was quite disappointed. The box is very small and contains the i-phone, a plug with a USB slot for wall charging, a USB lead, headphones, the sim card removal tool (ensure you keep this safe), a quick start “finger tips” guide and two Apple stickers. 

Everything to get you started is included but given the value and status of the i-phone I was expecting more. Maybe a bigger box? Maybe a few more user guides? Who knows, I just thought there would be something a bit extra. The small box is good for the environment though so as few trees as possible were harmed in the manufacture of these phones. 

****Size**** 

I have to admit that I am a fan of small phones and I always have been. The Motorola Startac, the Samsung GSH600, the Razr were all small phones and I loved them all. They may not have had all the features of other phones during their time but I simply loved the fact that they could be chucked in a pocket of the tightest fitting jeans and they wouldn’t be obtrusive. 

Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about the i-phone and at around 12cm x 6cm x just under 1cm it is a bit of a beast. Compared to my previous phone, a Blackberry Pearl, it is huge and I did (and still do) notice the difference in size. That said, I think the i-phone is the perfect size for the features it has to offer. Any smaller and many of the features and applications just wouldn’t work. 

Size v features and functionality is a trade off and compromises have to be made, therefore I am more than happy to have a slightly bulkier phone that is packed with features so I am more than happy with my i-phone. 

****Battery life**** 

Whilst in the O2 shop I was treated to a demonstration of the basic features of the i-phone and how to use it. During the demonstration the salesman commented on how poor the battery life of the i-phone was compared to other mobile phones on the market. When he said his friend (being a heavy user) had to charge his phone on a daily basis and the battery went dead twice in a 24 hour period I thought he was exaggerating. 

Watching podcasts or movies, surfing the net and listening to music all depletes the life quickly, which is to be expected really. In addition, if you leave the phone in 3G mode in an area where there is no signal the battery life will also be used up quickly as the phone is constantly looking for a signal (and using its power) that just isn’t there. In order to preserve the battery life it is best to leave the 3G off unless you are actually in a 3G area. 

After owning the i-phone I can confirm that this mobile devours its battery very, very quickly. If the phone is left alone with no use then the battery will last around a day and a half to two days. Compared to my previous phone (a Blackberry Pearl) the battery life is diabolical and I find that I have to charge my i-phone daily.

 Personally, I have no problem with this since the i-phone can be charged via USB, a wall charger, car charger or one of those instant chargers so there are no excuses for not being able to top up the battery. I should also point out that you can even buy a solar charger that plugs in to the bottom of the i-phone so you can even charge it on the beach, by the pool, trekking through the Himalayas or wherever else your travels may take you. 

****Instructions and user guides**** 

Where to start with the instructions and user guide? I can only really describe this as minimalist. Don’t get me wrong, I am all for saving trees, reducing my carbon footprint as far as possible (within reason) etc but I do like to have some form of written instructions when I buy any product, let alone something like the i-phone, which is technologically advanced and requires a bit of getting used to the ‘controls’. 

When I was handed the box I instantly knew there wasn’t going to be a (hard) paper copy as the box was just so small. There is, however, enough room for a CD so I thought there would be a user guide disc lurking somewhere at the bottom, however I was very mistaken. There was a tiny ‘scrap’ of paper, which Apple refers to as a quick user guide, although it is pretty useless and contains information about features that can be worked out within 30 seconds of getting the phone out of the box. Now this user guide, was a total waste of paper. 

The full user guide can be downloaded free of charge from the internet. Just do a Google search and you’ll soon find it for download. Even though the i-phone is easy to use I would highly recommend reading the user guide to get started. 

****The home screen and included features**** 

The i-phone comes preloaded with features including messages, phone, mail, contacts, calendar, camera, youtube, maps, weather, calculator, settings, iTunes, Safari, ipod, stocks, photos, voice memos, clock, App store and notes. 

The above is a good selection to get any i-phone user started, however, I doubt most people are going to use all of the features above. Personally, I will never use the stocks, notes or voice memos and these are icons that are just sat there. One thing that surprises me is the fact that the above features can’t be deleted. It is possible to “get rid of them” by moving them to an additional ‘home screen’ so you can keep all the features and apps you’re going to use together, so all is not lost. 

One thing that surprised me about the i-phone is the limited number of ringtones and message stones that are bundled on it from the factory. I would have thought there would have been much more variety and a greater number of sounds than is actually included, especially given the emphasis that is place on ringtones. This is more of an annoyance than a disadvantage as it is exceptionally quick and easy to seek out tones that say something about you and a five minute internet search will give you access to thousands of ringtones and sounds that can be downloaded for free and uploaded on to your i-phone. I can remember the days when you had to pay a fortune for ringtones and the only way of getting them was to receive them by text, so there was no way of getting them for free, so the modern day MP3 tones (which are limitless and free from most places) are an absolute god send. 

****Navigation and general overview**** 

The i-phone uses touch screen technology. Having had touch screen appliances before, including and Archos MP4 player amongst other things, I was a bit skeptical of how responsive it would be. Not only do I have fat finger syndrome but I also suffer from dry finger tips and rough skin and these are not a good combination for other touch screen products I own as it does affect the responsiveness somewhat. I have to confess that there are no issues over the responsiveness of the touch screen of my i-phone and is both fast and accurate, which makes for an excellent experience. 

Texting and emailing is a pleasure. The i-phone has a full qwerty keyboard that instantly ‘pops up’ when you want to write an email, text, web address etc. Because of the issues I have above I did have some concerns and thought there would be many instances of the i-phone recognising incorrect characters when I typed, however I do have few problems. There are accuracy issues at times, there is with all phones, whether touch screen of the traditional button style, but I have to admit that the touch screen is far more accurate and far more responsive than the qwerty keyboard of my Pearl and my texting speeds, now I am used to the i-phone, are much quicker and contain far fewer errors than ever before. 

****Music/video and podcasts**** 

Even the 8gb i-phone, which is the one with the smallest amount of memory, has enough room to store a few thousand songs, many small video files (or nearly two full


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17 Jun 11

Cell Phone on eBay:

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16 Jun 11

Spying on Cell Phones: Cell Phone Spy App

Article by Chad

Mobile technologies right now are extremely amazing. Smart phone are functioning like small mobile computers and it has an amazing interface that will surely blow your mind. The use of smart phones is the in thing today. Mobile phones are also popular for their apps and for some brands the apps are the biggest sources of income since they do add to the massive functionality of the phone. [removed][removed] Mobile technologies right now are extremely amazing. Smart phone are functioning like small mobile computers and it has an amazing interface that will surely blow your mind. The use of smart phones is the in thing today. Mobile phones are also popular for their apps and for some brands the apps are the biggest sources of income since they do add to the massive functionality of the phone. How about using your mobile phone app that can function like a spy for you? Sounds fantastical but the truth of the matter is there is a mobile phone spy out in the market now and if you are in that situation where your relationships are being damaged by external or malicious forces, you need this cell phone spy to be your answers to those deep problems.Cell phone spy Now offers amazing spy options and features for the user. After being downloaded, you should install the program on the cell phone of the person in question as well as your own mobile phone. Once you have installed Cell Spy now, the cell phone spy can now be fully utilized. You can use this program now to become your ears and eyes, remotely checking the mobile phone and communication transactions of the person in question. You can check texts using the cell phone spy and you can also look into the call log to see the history of the person’s phone calls before you installed the cell phone spy. If there is a questionable phone call, you can use the cell phone spy to listen with the person in question ever knowing you were connected remotelyThe cell phone spy is effective because it is a remote and discrete application. You should take advantage of this program if you are worried about your family. You can use this cell phone spy if you feel your son is taking drugs. You can do parental controls if you realized that your daughter is seeing a man of questionable character. You can catch your spouse red handed using the cell phone surveillance software you think he or she is in an extra marital affair. The information you can get from the spy software is private and sensitive information. You should do your part and use it only for the right reasons and take the time to make the right decisions based on what is morally right. If you catch your partner red handed, you can make the decision to leave him or her behind. You can map out a way to discipline and help your kid without feeling that you are intruding with their personal affairs. Get the Best Spy Phone app for your Smartphone now just check out our blog below.

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8 Jun 11

Palm Pixi Plus Verizon Cell Phone ~ No Contract

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  • Fast 3G connectivity thanks to the reliable Verizon Wireless EV-DO, Rev A network
  • Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g) for accessing home and corporate networks as well as hotspots while on the go.
  • Comes as travel-ready with a built-in 3G Mobile Hotspot–a Wi-Fi hotspot that can be shared among five Wi-Fi-capable devices
  • GPS navigation capabilities via VZ Navigator service
  • 8 GB internal memory (non-expandable) with the ability to work as a USB drive when plugged into a PC
3G-enabled smartphone with intuitive Palm webOS platform, touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard; easy integration with Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and more GPS-enabled for turn-by-turn directions; can be used as a 3G Mobile Hotspot for up to five Wi-Fi connected devices 8 GB internal memory; 2-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music streaming; Wi-Fi-enabled Up to 5.2 hours of talk time, up to 350 hours (14.5 days) of standby time The thinnest Palm mobile phone yet, the Palm Pixi Plus fo

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Price: $ 31.89

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3 Jun 11

Some recent energy efficient auctions on eBay:

FARHO ENERGY EFFICIENT HEATERS-STORAGE HEATER BEATER!
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FARHO ENERGY EFFICIENT HEATERS-STORAGE HEATER BEATER!
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24 May 11

Is My Cell Phone Bugged?


Is My Cell Phone Bugged?
List Price: 17.95
Price: 16.51

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Premium Rubberized Purple Snap-On Cover Hard Case Cell Phone Protector for Verizon Motorola Droid A855 [Beyond Cell Packaging]
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Samsung Alias U740 Cell phone for Verizon Wireless with No Contract – Refurbished in Brand New Housing and 30 Day Seller’s Warranty
Form meets function as you open the u740 in portrait mode to take and make calls, then switch to landscape mode to type messages, …

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13 Mar 11

Cell Phone on eBay:

24/7: How Cell Phones and the Internet Change the W…
GBP 31.03
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Binder Gear Portable Organizer MP3 Ipod Nano Cell Phone
GBP 5.83
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