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10 Questions About Cellular Phones Answered
  1. What's the difference between analog and digital phones?
  2. What is a Dual Band Phone?
  3. What type of battery has the longest life?
  4. What's the difference between the Stand-by time and Talk time?
  5. What is a roaming charge?
  6. What are peak and off peak hours?
  7. What are anytime minutes?
  8. Do I pay for the call when someone calls me?
  9. Should I buy a cell phone or look for a free cellular phone?
  10. What to do if you want to upgrade/downgrade or cancel your service plan?
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VoIP 101: Voice over IP for Beginners
by Rich McIver

For those who have never heard about the potential of VoIP, be prepared to radically change the way you think about your current long-distance calling plan. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is very simply, a method for taking ordinary analog audio signals and turning them into digital signals that can be sent over the Internet.

So what? Well, for those of you who are already paying a monthly fee for an Internet connection, this means that you can use that same connection to place free long distance phone calls. This process works by using already available VoIP software to make phone calls over the Internet, essentially circumventing phone companies and their service charges. [ More ]

Skype-ing Around 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, it’s free and easy to download and use, and works with most computers, PC or Mac. [ More ]

Which Way Are Mobile Phone Games Heading?
by Peter Lenkefi

Aside online games and static game devices like Playstation, mobile games are the next most popular games around now.

The popularity has grown so big that mobile operators are competing against each other by offering their subscribers loads of both free and paid games for their pleasure. Not only mobile operators, cell phone manufacturers are also pre-programming their phones with a variety of games. [ More ]

10 Questions About Cellular Phones Answered
by Alex Fir

1. What's the difference between analog and digital phones?

Analog phones operate on an older and less effective technology. This technology doesn't scale well and is more costly. Analog service is not compatible with numerous new features. Digital phones are lighter and more compact and have a longer battery life. When you are inside of a calling area the quality is better than analog. Digital phones support new features like caller ID, text messaging or wireless internet services. [ More ]

Why WAP Isn't As Bad As People Say
by Mike Street

It's unlucky that the acronym for Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) has such an unfortunate rhyme! Even more unlucky for WAP, it burst onto the mobile communication scene with lavish promises from the Mobile Operators (you know who you are) of 'The Internet on your Mobile' and 'Take the Internet with you'.

That really was a load of WAP. [ More ]