A Web-based Android Market will reportedly be unveiled by Google this week.
You may think of yourself as technologically savvy, but if you're using your smartphone only to make calls, check your email, surf the Web, manage your schedule, take photos, shoot video, listen to music, watch movies, navigate via GPS, play video games, and update your Twitter and Facebook statuses, then you're really nothing more than a Luddite. Here are 10 uses for smartphones that can help bring your backward lifestyle into the 21st century.
Verizon iPhone shoppers: Will they be early risers? Last Friday night Verizon Wireless e-mailed existing Verizon customers who had registered for information on getting a new Verizon iPhone before the Feb. 10 roll out. The message said that the Verizon iPhone will be available on a first-come, first-served basis with orders being taken starting at 3 a. m. EST on Feb. 3.
Engineer Martin Cooper holds the Motorola DynaTAC phone, the world's first commercial handheld cellular phone, and his current mobile phone during a news conference in Oviedo, Spain, in 2009.
3D TV gets trumped by Nintendo's 3DS, which brings 3D to gaming without those pesky glasses.
Apple had announced at its launch that the iPhone 4 would come in black and white models, then kept delaying the release of the white iPhone 4, a rare misfire in its recent history of smooth product rollouts.
Data plans for Verizon iPhone will include an option for unlimited use for $30 a month, Verizon confirms, vowing not to mess up next month's launch. But the unlimited data offer won't last.