10 Questions About Cellular Phones
the Entire Article ]
- What's the difference between analog and digital
- What is a Dual Band Phone?
- What type of battery has the longest life?
- What's the difference between the Stand-by time
and Talk time?
- What is a roaming charge?
- What are peak and off peak hours?
- What are anytime minutes?
- Do I pay for the call when someone calls me?
- Should I buy a cell phone or look for a free cellular
- What to do if you want to upgrade/downgrade or cancel
your service plan?
Cell Phones - Blackberry
is a Blackberry?
by Andrew Constantine
The short answer to the question what is a Blackberry
is that a Blackberry is a handheld organizer and phone
with email capabilities designed and produced by a company
called Research in Motion, or RIM, based in Waterloo,
Ontario. Since 1984 Research in Motion has been developing
ways for consumers to use the handheld devices to view
email, talk on the phone, send and receive SMS messages,
browse the Internet, and access Internet solutions globally
and wirelessly. The company has won numerous awards for
its Blackberry line of products.
by Mike Ber
A third generation wireless communications
technology having evolved from first generation
analog, and second generation digital, communication
technologies. Whenever someone asks me to
explain what 3G systems are, I tend to think
of huge departmental stores. All your basic
needs plus a few extra items thrown
in to spice things up.
Skype-ing Sround the World
by Austin Akalanze
One of the more attractive promises of VoIP
is the possibility of a hefty cut in your
cost of communication, and in some instances,
a total elimination of cost using Skype. Skype
is a program that allows you to make free
calls over the internet to anyone else who
also has Skype. Best of all, its free
and easy to download and use, and works with
most computers, PC or Mac