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The T-mobile's first Windows Phone 7 device, the HTC HD7, is finally revealed as one of the initial batch of Windows Phone 7 smart phones. With its 4.3 inch resolution, the T-mobile's first Windows Phone 7 device will bring you to its blazingly quick navigation with the help of 800-by-480 screen. The HD7's LCD screen is a bit duller than the Super AMOLED on the Samsung Focus, but the 4.3 inch high resolution screen provides an epic cinematic experience. Just flip out the kick stand, sit back and enjoy watching your favorite movies and videos hands free. It has a solid camera of 5 megapixel with 720p 24fps high-def video recording and a dual led flash so you can capture film with incredibly quality and detail. The HTC HD7 was named for the OS, the Windows Phone OS 7, and it has the same screen size as HTC's HD2. The home screen of the phone displays the tiled images or thumbnails for access in any program or application you want to see. For example, button for making a call, one is for text messages, another for viewing pictures/videos, and most of them are connected to Microsoft Services, including Xbox, Hotmail and the mobile Microsoft Office Suite.



HTC HD7 features a Qualcomm QSD8250 processor, two memory options (8GB or 16GB memory on board), 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support, FM radio, GPS, Bluetooth features and will ship with Netflix, T-Mobile TV, Slacker Radio, Xbox LIVE and Zune software pre-installed.
The HTC HD7 put you the power of Xbox Live™ in your hands. The 4.3 inch screen resolution will make the game action come into life. There are game titles that are available plus the option to "try before you buy".
HTC HD7 is slightly bigger than the Galaxy S which isn't exactly tiny at 64.2mm x 122.4mm x 9.9mm. The HD7 weighs 162g, compared to Galaxy S which is 43g lighter at 119g and even the iPhone 4 which weighs 137g.
Other Specifications:
Bluetooth 2.1 w/ A2DP
3G HSDPA, HSUPA
GPS w/ aGPS support
Motion G-sensor
Proximity Sensor
Ambient Light Sensor
Li-Ion 1230 mAh
Pros
Clear Web pages with smooth pinch-to-zoom, a full copy of Microsoft Office, Zune, Xbox, and all the other Microsoft experiences.
4.3 inch high definition screen resolution.
Capacitive, Multi-touch screen
Cons
The HTC HD7 doesn't work with T-Mobile's new HSPA+ network, as all Windows Phone 7 devices max out at HSPA 7.2.
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How to Look for the Best Android Apps and Games


After purchasing a new Android device, whether it is a tablet or a smartphone, we then turn to the marketplace in search of the best Android games and apps. There are numerous on-line directories available that have very comprehensive lists, some better than others. Generally these lists are divided into sections, for instance, the most popular, the hottest, the top rated, plus there are also lots of reviews to browse through for the best Android games and the best Android apps.


For those who are after Android applications, there are screenshots and quite often short videos illustrating how these apps or games work. These can be found in the arcade and action section and if you are looking for the best Android apps, these can be used for productivity, communication or entertainment purposes. Many other categories are available, from where you can choose applications or games that fulfill your needs.
Of course there are large numbers of new games and apps coming out into the marketplace every day. Some of these are free and for some, there is a small charge. The best Android games or apps can be either, if a game or app is free it does not imply any lesser quality, in many instances the opposite can be true. Most of the free apps have ads displayed and are they are usually unobtrusive, but sometimes, ads can be really annoying by blocking important content from the game or because they are placed in a position where you can touch accidentally.
Almost every Android application list website lets you subscribe to the RSS feed to get the latest updates so you'll be the first who knows when a new app is available. Each application has a detailed description, from ratings and comments to required system permissions, screenshots or a direct QR bar code or market link for direct downloading from your phone.
As well as finding internet reviews for the best games and apps, quite often we will find out about a game or an app from a friend or colleague. Personal recommendations or reviews are always highly influential. Different groups and ages of people will be interested in different things, but there are enough of the best games and apps out there, to meet everyone's needs.
If one particular app or game does not suit or does not perform as expected, it's a simple process, just like programs on a laptop, to delete the game or app from one's device. Android OS is designed in such ways that require minimal resources on the device, so it is possible to have numerous games and apps running on the one device.
My website is one of the top on-line resources for Android available where you can find Android apps and games. We constantly update our applications, we had a peak of 100.000 apps on our website, and after a cleanup of the low quality apps we now have about 80.000 applications and games. *Android is a registered trademark of Google, Inc. Google, the Google logo and Android Market are trademarks of Google Inc. All other products and services mentioned may belong to their respective trademark owners.


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The verdict is in, and the choices are official when it comes to the best games for android devices of 2012. Cross fire is an android game that has gained a lot of popularity as of late, and it is one of the games chosen as a consumer favorite for 2012. This shooter game is very similar to counterstrike in the way that the game is set up for play.
Drag racing is another game that has been chosen as one of Android's best for the up and coming year. It has been called the best and most addictive racing game of all time. By selecting engine tune up, you can have up to 50m cars racing at one time. This is high-energy action that only android can deliver. It is fun and exciting for the whole family.



Angry birds are a fun Android adventure that any gamer would love to play. This game has been chosen as one of the best apps by android users. Angry birds destroy greedy pigs who are trying to steal the angry bird's eggs.
Cross fire is a fun shooter game that is right up there with counter strike in similarities. As a player, you get to join the counter-terrorism battle. In each game play you get briefed on your up and coming battles and even get to pick your own weapons.
3D ball animation is absolutely the best ball game that android has to offer to android lovers! It is also the one preferred by professional android players. This game is so exciting because a ball 8 and a ball 9 can be played against each other. If you are sure to measure just right, you can put the ball in the hole and prove yourself an outstanding player.
Another game that android lovers chose as one of the best is called cat verses dog. This is a console type game with 2 opponents. Those opponents are of course the cat and the dog. This game is suitable across the board for child or adult. An extra feature added for thrills is the wind control that you can set yourself. Android users gave five stars to the game, Jumping Monkeys. These monkeys are loads of fun as they jump from balloon to balloon. The higher the monkeys go the more figures your score gains. Birds that hover over your head get you extra points as well.
As you can see, the best android games are very cool choices this year. They are fun, adventurous and even humorous. Give the games on your android device a try today and see if you aren't hooked form the word go. Once you start, you will not be able to stop playing these awesome games. They truly are that amazing! Try playing these games on your android device today and see for yourself if android doesn't have the best downloadable games around!
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Just like all the other categories of Android apps, the sports apps available for your Android phone are extremely diverse. In my opinion, this particular category may be the most diverse simply because of all the different sports that are played throughout the world. Of course with every sport comes hundreds of Android apps.
If, for instance, you're looking for an app that will allow you to keep up with the many European soccer leagues, you need to have at least some help before you start downloading apps. If you go in blind, chances are you will download ten apps that sound like they would do the trick before you find one that does half what you would want it to do! That's just how it is. I just hope that if you go about finding apps that way, you are doing so with free apps- otherwise you could be out hundreds of dollars pretty darn quick.



One last note: I am going to concentrate on free Android sports apps that are popular now and will be popular in the future. Well that's obvious, right? Not exactly- a lot of the apps fly to the top of the rankings because it's a certain time of the year or a huge sporting event is going on (World Cup or the Olympics). I'm also looking into the pure quality of the app and the developer of the app. This way, if you want an awesome Football App (either US Football or regular Football), you should be pretty happy now and in the future with the one I list...
Although there are a lot of Android sports apps that do many more things than providing sports news, I'm concentrating on free Android apps for sports fans on this particular list.
Sporting News Pro Football
If you're a huge NFL fan, this app should be on your phone. This is a great app to have for game day or if you're like me and like to look up every stat for every player! The user interface is classy and not too crowded.
CBS Sports Pro Football
I really shouldn't have two pro football Android apps on my list, but it's the most popular sport in the US and after thinking about it, why not have three? Maybe I won't go that far. This is a great football app for everyone, but it's really geared towards those who play Fantasy Football through CBS Sports. Just login and you will have complete control over your fantasy team!
NBA Game Time Lite 2009-10
This is the official NBA Android app from last season. This coming season's app will surely be even better! It provides all the player and team stats, real-time scores and even TV information so that you can find out what channel your favorite team is playing on! If you're an NBA fan and you want a standalone pro basketball app, this is your best option.
F1 LIVE RACING
Are you a Formula 1 fan? I'll tell you what, honestly, I'm not much of a fan but that doesn't mean I don't love this app. This free Android sports app provides more than just live updates for every F1 race around the world. Plain and simple, the graphics and the features are fun. If you download this app, you won't be disappointed!
FotMob 5.0 - Live Soccer
The best soccer leagues from around the world are followed on this app. Some of them include the Premier League, Serie A, Primera Division and Allsvenskan. I could go on and on, but I really wouldn't have a clue about what I'm talking about, haha. I'll admit that I'm not the biggest soccer (football) fan, but I've looked through this app and it's a very solid, professionally built app that I would recommend to anyone.
ESPN ScoreCenter
I really shouldn't have to say much more than this is the official ESPN app. Heck, I'm not going to: ESPN is "The Worldwide Leader In Sports" after all!
SportsTap
This is again more of a sports portal. All of the big sports are covered by this app and it's obvious why hundreds of thousands of people really like it! It's tastefully done and you'll never complain about a lack of stats or information.
If you're looking for just one free Android sports app to satisfy your sports-fix, you can't go wrong with either ESPN ScoreCenter or SportsTap!
Major League Baseball News
There is borderline too much (not in a bad way) baseball information crammed into this app! If you can't get enough of MLB, you need to download this free Android app now. Along with all of the standard stats, standings and results, each team has their own page and you can customize your own RSS feed through this app!
MMA News
All the latest results, upcoming matches and octagon gossip you'd ever want! If you're into Mixed Martial Arts, this is the app to get. IMO, it blows away any other MMA-related Android app.
Sports Radio Droid
his radio app gives you the capability to listen to just about any sports show in the country! There's a healthy list of stations that are covered and I literally NEED this app when I go on vacation. Heaven forbid I'd be away from my sports talk show for a few days, haha. It's also a great app if you're living far away from your hometown and your favorite team.
Honorable Mention:
BOXING NEWS
Fantasy Guru
Golf Channel Mobile
NHL News Feed
WNBA Center Court
I own the Android Apps Finder site where you can find every Android app.
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There are currently thirteen Android phones available for Verizon, of which five are 'Droid' phones. The Droid 2, the Droid Incredible 2, the Droid X2, the Droid Pro, and the Droid R2-D2. A common misconception is that the word 'Droid' refers to all Android phones, when in fact it is just a brand name that some of the manufactures have used for a particular Android phone brand.
Until recently, the Droid 2 by Motorola and the Droid Incredible 2 by HTC contended for poll position amongst the Verizon Droids. However, the Motorola Droid X2 has recently launched itself into our number one position. Unfortunately, it didn't get the upgrade to 4G, hence, the HTC Thunderbolt retains its top position as the best Android phone from Verizon. The Droid Pro is also an interesting option if you are more corporate minded and appreciate having a physical QWERTY keyboard (similar to the BlackBerry Bold and Curve).



The Droid X2 comes preloaded with Android 2.2 (Froyo) but is upgradable to Gingerbread (Android 2.3 - the latest Android version). Note - all the above phones are running Android 2.2, with official upgrades to Gingerbread expected in the near future, although if you have custom ROM'ed your phone, you can find unofficial versions of Gingerbread online. The Droid X2 has an impressive 4.3 inch scratch resistant qHD screen, 1 GHz Nvidia's Tegra 2 dual-core processor, 8 mega pixel rear camera, WiFi hotspot for up to five devices, 8 GB of built in memory with a further 8 MB micro SDcard preinstalled, and an impressive 8 hours of talk time (9 days of standby time); no 4G connectivity, much to the disappointment of some fans.
The Droid 2 and Droid incredible 2 have been battling it out for a little while now, with the main distinguishing feature being that the Droid 2 has a slide out physical QWERTY keyboard versus the Incredible's touch screen keyboard. The keyboard is much improved from the original version with well spaced and slightly raised keys. However, some users have found the keys to be a little stiff. The Motorola Droid 2 boasts a more elegant look with slightly curved edges and a thinner design than the original version (0.54 Inches thick; 3.7 inch display; 480 x 854 pixels screen resolution). Additional features of the Droid 2 are the Motoblur interface, Android 2.2, 3G connectivity, amongst the other standard premier Android Smartphone features.
The HTC Droid Incredible 2 is possibly a better choice than the Droid 2, if you are OK with touch screen typing. The recently launched Droid X2 takes first place out of the above mentioned phones. The Droid 2 and the Droid Pro are both strong options if you are looking for a phone with a physical QWERTY keyboard. The Droid Pro is more corporately geared with a slightly smaller 3.1 inch screen. Hence, is not as impressive for web browsing and the camera features are not as strong as the Droid 2, however, has better security and business features.
Hi, I'm Mark Francis. I hope that you found this article helpful. If you have any comments or questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
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Here is a comparison of three Smartphones by three different manufactures with three different operating systems, to see which Smartphone comes out on top and for what reasons. For a fair comparison, the comparison is broken down into four categories which include the handset design, operating system, multimedia features and technology.
The Smartphone's in question include the HTC 7 Mozart (a Windows Phone 7 Smartphone), the BlackBerry Torch 9800 (which runs on the BlackBerry operating system) and the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S (which is powered by Android).



Handset Design
The HTC 7 Mozart has a touch screen form casing with a 3.7 inch widescreen WVGA touch screen. Its casing weighs 130 grams and measures 11.9cm by 6.02cm by 1.19cm and it has a brushed aluminium casing with a stunning swirl effect etched into the back of the casing.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 has a slide opening form casing with a HVGA touch screen measuring 3.7 inches in size. Its casing weighs 161.1 grams and it measures 11.1cm by 6.2cm by 1.46cm plus it comes in a dark grey coloured casing with stylish chrome effect edging. This is the only Smartphone with a slide out full QWERTY keyboard.
The Samsung I9000 Galaxy S Smartphone has a touch screen form designed casing complete with a 4 inch super AMOLED display. The casing weighs 118 grams and measures 12.24cm by 6.42cm by 0.99cm and it comes with a sleek black coloured exterior.
In conclusion to the handset design the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S is a clear winner due to it having the largest and clearest touch screen. It is the lightest Smartphone to hold although it has the widest casing design due to its larger screen, plus this is the most stylish and attractive handset of the three.
Operating System
The 7 Mozart supports a Microsoft Windows Phone 7 operating system with an easy to use user interface which supports many apps including a HTC Hub app and social network integration. The tile layout interface is extremely user friendly and the touch screen is highly responsive.
The Torch comes with a BlackBerry 6 operating system complete with a BlackBerry use interface which is easy to use and operate especially for BlackBerry users. It has a user friendly interface and a classic BlackBerry style and performance.
The Galaxy S however comes with an Android operating system and with a fun user interface, complete with a colourful and customisable home screen and highly useable user interface.
In conclusion to operating system it would be a tie between the Galaxy S and the 7 Mozart, as both Android and Windows Phone 7 are so much fun to use and offer the user a great range of apps and most importantly provide high quality usability.
Multimedia
The HTC 7 Mozart has a built in music player and supports a Zune music hub plus it comes with high quality SRS surround sound support and Dolby mobile. It has a8 megapixel camera with video record support. There is a built in video player and it supports amazing gaming thanks to its Xbox LIVE integration.
The BlackBerry Torch 9800 has an integrated media player which supports music and video playback plus there is a colourful album art display provided and a track listing function. It has a 5 megapixel camera lens with flash, zoom and image stabiliser. Games can be downloaded and the Torch provides a fun gaming experience.
The Samsung I9000 Galaxy S comes with a music player which has easy to use touch screen controls plus album art display and music storage facility. There is a 5 megapixel camera which comes with an automatic focus, smile detection, LED flash and video recording capabilities. Video playback and downloadable games provide more entertainment on this Smartphone.
In conclusion the HTC 7 Mozart is the hands down winner regarding multimedia features as it comes with an amazing digital camera feature, highest quality sound features and highly useable and an outstanding gaming experience via Xbox LIVE.
Technology
The 7 Mozart supports 3G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and assisted GPS navigation with Bing™ maps. It has 8 gigabytes of internal memory plus 512 megabytes of ROM and 576 megabytes of RAM. Talk time can vary depending on features being used but approximately 5.5 hours of talk time can be gained over a 3G network.
The Torch 9800 supports many technologies including 3G HSDPA and HSUPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and assisted GPS with BlackBerry maps. It has 512 megabyte of internal memory plus comes with a 4 gigabyte memory card and will support up to 32 gigabytes via its memory card slot. An estimated 5.8 hours of 3G talk time can be expected from a fully charged battery.
The I9000 Galaxy S Smartphone supports 3G HSDPA and HSUPA, Wi-Fi technology, Bluetooth technology and assisted GPS with Google Maps. It is available in two memory options which include a 8 or 16 Gigabyte internal memory option plus it can hold up to 32 gigabytes of external memory via its memory card slot. It battery provides an estimated 6. 3 hours of talk time over a 3G network but this can vary depending on features being used.
The technology category is the hardest to judge as all three Smartphone have similar or identical technologies and capabilities, but in conclusion to technology features the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S would have to be the winner as the assisted GPS navigation was preferred with Google Maps support, and its memory option was large providing ideal storage for the Smartphone.
In conclusion
All in all the Samsung I9000 Galaxy S is the overall winner in this comparison closely followed by the HTC 7 Mozart. Each Smartphone chosen for this comparison has its own unique features and the BlackBerry Torch 9800 comes with a slide out QWERTY keyboard which many users require on their Smartphone, so should not be ruled out. All three Smartphone's are impressive to use and the choice is actually the end users preference.
I hope this helps you choose the right Smartphone or operating system for you.
If you would like to find out more about these and other Smartphone's that are currently available please read our latest mobile phone reviews which will help you choose the best mobile phone or Smartphone to suit your life style.







 

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So it is approaching Summer of 2011 and if you're anything like me you've held out pretty much as long as you can hold out, waiting for what's going to be the hottest phone for the next good little while. My first true smart phone was the original 8GB iPhone in 2007, back when it was the "Silver-back Big Boy." Before that I had a Motorola Q, which was the smart phone of an earlier time, but didn't really hold a flame to what is now considered a smart phone. Having the newest hottest phone is something that started in high school for me (2001); I was one of the first kids on the block with a huge text messaging plan, custom full-audio ring tones, and Sprint's version of mobile web (Vision I think?). After having the Touch Point it's been steps up only from there.



So, in having the iPhone, I literally loved everything about it. It was not only a sexy phone, but a useful one. Built-in map and GPS, high-quality email capability, and what seemed then like the closest a phone could get to a real web-browser; it was a dream. Obviously, the progression that the iPhone has made over the years only expanded on its original key features and it's even more impressive than before. Unfortunately, it's no longer leaps and bounds ahead of every other phone on the market; before, not only was it the sexiest phone, but no other phone could touch its features, today, not so much. Now I'm left debating: Do I want to continue with the sexy design, stable/reliable OS that I know and trust, and widest compatibility with after-market products? Or move on to the newer, open, growing, innovative platform from a company that I love more than just about any other company on the planet (Google, which I love; opposed to Apple that I admire and appreciate, but kind of dislike), with handsets that have 4G NOW, do everything an iPhone can do and more, and who seem to be just scratching the surface of what they're capable of? And lastly, what about Blackberry; are they going to catch-up and if so, when; and is BBM worth being FAR behind the curve (no pun intended) in technology?
Oh Blackberry, I have also grown to love you as well; for entirely different reasons than the iPhone of course. iPhone is the hot blonde girlfriend I've had for a good little while now, but we always have something in the way of us taking the next step; you're the beautiful, sweet brunette with cute square-framed glasses, that's smart and charming, that I met in my Internet Marketing program. We get along so great, you totally get me, but I'm not sure if we'd work out long-term; it seems you prefer a much more simple life, yet I have huge goals and aspirations and prefer the fast-life. Do you think you can handle a life with me in the fast lane? Well, Blackberry, CAN YOU?
After having the iPhone for a while, I purchased an 8530, then the 9330, and never got around to the full-featured 9650; I've learned what the craze was about Blackberry, and more specifically "BBM." But being so far behind in technology and sex-appeal started to get to me after a while. I was "used-to" the iPhone now: touch screen didn't wow me anymore, apps smapps, I want to try something new, grown-up, business-like. Blackberry fulfilled my expectations, even exceeding them in some aspects, but it's Summer 2011 and I have a big plans; the last thing I need is a phone that can't keep up with my constant pix Tweeting, Word Press blogging HD Video shooting, Facebook mobile uploading, international Skype messaging, Adobe Flash site visiting, hotspot internet sharing, cloud-based music listening... need I continue? Blackberry, it looks like we might be great together, just not at this time in my life.
I've been waiting for the Motorola Droid Bionic and have officially gotten over the excitement I had when there was speculation of an early 2011 release. Now the Thunderbolt is looking quite appealing; it's available now, it's 4G, and the tech blog nerds are speculating that dual-core processors are over-kill for at least a year or so... Um, what else would I be waiting for? Not only that, but there's been like 15 Droids released in the past couple of months, one of which I think has dual-core (I'm not going to look that up, it doesn't matter either way), so Bionic you're really losing me fast baby! There was already the question of HTC vs Moto anyway. By and large it seems people are in preference of HTC; I don't know either way because I haven't really played with many Droids, but coming from a Motorola Q way back when, and a few other Moto phones, I'm not so sure I'd dislike Moto as much as the others. The other manufacturers of Droid I haven't paid much attention to; as I have no plans of getting one of the "late to the party trying to catch-up" models, no matter how great of a job they're doing at catching-up.
So if I'm not going to wait, the question becomes which Droid would be the front-runner for me? Easy right? Thunderbolt, duh! Not so fast though. Yes, 4G blah blah blah and everything any Droid on the market can do for the most part, except connect to the not-quite- a-computer-thing. But do I really want to go that high-end right-away? Or do I want to get a mid-level Droid like the Incredible 2, which is still quite sexy and feature packed, but I wouldn't feel quite as bad scrapping it in a few months if something amazing comes out like say 'er an iPhone5 or lord-willing even better; I can't even imagine such a product! The Incredible 2 is a sexy little beast, I actually like it's look, feel, and weight better than the Thunderbolt; but not having 4G when I live and am in a 4G capable area over 85% of my usage-time is a pretty big mark to miss. At this point it's looking like three possibilities: Thunderbolt, iPhone4, or Incredible 2 (don't even speak to me about Droid X, that phone is hideous, I don't care if it could keep me company at night, I have standards).
Now, that I've pretty much removed Blackberry from the running for now (your technological short-comings are too vast to choose you; I'd be choosing you for nothing more than brand loyalty and bbm, and we just don't have that kind of history), narrowed my choices down to two Droids (Thunderbolt and Incredible 2) and the iPhone4, the question comes down to which one of these? This is where I'm somewhat stuck, and ultimately I'm thinking that it's going to come down to price. I'm not eligible for an upgrade, so I'll be purchasing pre-owned or full-retail. If I can't find a suitable pre-owned, the iPhone4 and Thunderbolt are immediately eliminated; I will not be spending $600 on a phone this Summer, I'll much rather enjoy an extra week out of the country. So far I've found a couple Thunderbolts for a little less than $400, a couple of iPhone4 for the same, and only one Incredible 2 for $350; with these prices it's for sure Thunderbolt or iPhone4; and with what I mentioned about 4G and open platform I think Thunderbolt wins.




                            


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A reverse cell phone lookup is simply a process of finding someone's name, address and other related information by their cell phone number. There are a lot of websites on the Internet offering reverse cell phone searches. Some of them claim to be free, others require a small fee before you can access background information about a particular mobile or unlisted number. There are also directories that combine land line, cellphone and unlisted number listings - providing an all-in-one people search service.




Clearly, everyone would like to access this info for free and for this reason there are many websites that try to capitalize on this notion by running various scams. You should be very careful not to click on any of such websites unless you are 100% confident about their legitimacy. You may pick up a computer virus before you even know it.
To do a reverse mobile phone lookup you need to use a trusted directory service. While there is no national cell phone directory available in the USA due to various privacy concerns, there are specialized directories used by private detectives, journalists and anyone from suspicious spouses to bounty hunters to help in their business. These companies invest a lot of time and financial resources in compiling mobile phone numbers into huge data sets by using both private and public sources, as well as major cell phone carrier restricted databases.
The entire process of finding someone by cellphone number is very straightforward - all you have to do is enter the phone number you are trying to track down and hit the "Search" button. If the number is included in the directory, you will be able to view basic identifying information such as the phone owner's name, age, mobile provider, billing address, previous addresses and more.
Some cellphone directories like the one referenced below can be used to search both mobile and listed / unlisted residential numbers. You can also request a detailed background check that may include criminal and divorce records, if any, and more.
Visit www.CellPhoneLookup.com for more information and an instant reverse phone lookup.

 

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Buying a mobile phone is big decision, and for consumers looking for simplicity over complexity, look no further than a Jitterbug Phone. Jitterbug prides itself on creating a easy to use, easy to understand cell phone. So simple, that the only buttons on the phone are "Yes", "No", and a 10 digit keypad. You can be connected to a live operator at any time, and the phone actually makes a dial-tone when you open it. When you say "I just need a phone", this is it.




Many people find that simplicity is exactly what they need. These phones resemble a home phone more than a phone that can slice, dice, and make Julian fries. There have been some complaints of course and you may have found from searching online. But many of those complaints have follow ups posted that say the situation was resolved very quickly and they were happy with the way it was taken care of. Not all, of course, some people still ended up not liking the service. But most said the phone, and the price which is quite a bit cheaper than traditional phone plans, was just what they wanted.
Really, the Jitterbug Phone knows no comparison. I've searched around and tried to find a phone that is simply aimed at simplicity, rather than additional "apps" or other utterly confusing features. There really are none. That's not to say that you should go with Jitterbug because they are the only game in town. But really, they are the only ones that have targeted the "simple" phone market. They are creating a "my" phone, instead of an "i" phone. There are other phones that have large buttons and run on services like Sprint, or Verizon, but you have to unlock phones and do all sorts of other stuff that really doesn't make it worth it. Jitterbug as a company has designed itself to deliver simple phones to people who want just that: a phone.
Jitterbug has two different types (models) of phones: The Jitterbug Dial (the original model) and the Jitterbug J (the newer model). I'm going to go over some features of each phone, as many users report a much more enjoyable experience with the newer Jitterbug J:
Jitterbug J 
  • Has a Bluetooth interface, a loud speakerphone, caller ID, and a storage capacity of 50 contacts
  • A Battery Life of 3 - 4 hours of talk time or 300 hours of standby-time
  • Manufactured by Samsung
  • Capable of Text Messaging
  • Has an actual dial tone
  • Has a soft rubber cushion around the ear
  • Released in 2009
Jitterbug Dial
  • Weighs 4.4 ounces
  • 1.8 inch display with large fonts
  • Also has a cushion around the ear
  • Call quality is reported as not as good as the J Phone
  • Released in 2006
Plans start at 14.99 a month for 50 minutes. You can also buy prepaid minutes if you are afraid about going over your allotment. All in all, if you are looking for a simple, easy to understand, and stress-free phone, the Jitterbug offers all.
Jeff Pittman is a technology writer. A directory of Jitterbug Phone Reviews from users who have used the phone and described their experiences in detail can be found at Jitterbug Phone Reviews.

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Are you interested in buying the T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant Android Phone? This phone is one of the most popular mobile phones right now because it's designed for anyone who is looking for the perfect blend of mobile entertainment and communication in one device.
Imagine yourself on a long airplane flight and you have nothing to do for a couple of hours. With the Samsung Vibrant Android Phone you can watch your favorite movies or tv, play your favorite games, listen to the radio, read a book and even access the internet right on the plane.



Many people are switching from their old cell phones and buying these phones because they offer many cool communication features like 3G connectivity, 16GB internal memory a 5 mega-pixal camera and so much more.
I love the fact that I can sync up the Android Phone with my email accounts & calendars so I never miss important dates or meetings on my schedule plus I also have access to all of my instant messaging programs like Yahoo Messenger or Windows Live so I never miss out on the chance to stay in touch with my online friends anytime of the day.
This phone is light (weighs 4.16 ounces) and can easily fit in your pocket or purse. It comes with a 2 GB micro SD memory card, USB cable and wired stereo headset. Another cool thing about this phone is that it comes with a battery that's good for up to 4 hours of talk time and 96 hours of standby time so you can take it with you everywhere and have confidence that it will be ready when you need to use it.
The T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant Android Phone was created for people who live active lifestyles and want to stay connected and take their favorite games, music or movies with them wherever they go. This phone comes pre-loaded with the James Cameron's awesome movie Avatar, the PC game Sims 3 and lots of other applications like Amazon's Kindle Reader a mobile TV, a mobile TV application and a mobile radio application. There are also hundreds of other applications to choose from to customize your phone.
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IPad 3 to be launched in first week of March 2012.

This past month rumors have been flowing here and there about the new IPad. At the same time last year everyone was expecting IPad 2. The rumors and reports about IPad 3 began back in December and hopes were high that it will be launched in February 2012, but it isn’t now the stakes are higher than ever because the IOS users want and are expecting some major  changes in the upcoming device in the first week of march. This news was given by All Things D.
We have already discussed some rumors and specifications which are being expected in IPad 3. The report tells that IPad 3 will be revealed to the world in San Francisco in the first week. Apple has the highest stocks and share in the market as of 2011 and i don’t think they are going to take any chances now. IPad 2 was also launched in march 2011, and have done a great deal in the tablet and computer market. So Apple is thinking the same about the IPad 3. They are maintainig there momentum to keep their name higher than others.
As most of you all know that, the new IPad will be same like IPad 2 in design. Some major changing in resolution which i think is a good job by Apple with resolution up to 2048×1536 Retina Display, bringing its pixel density in line with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. With improved Camera 5 megapixels and a LED flash. thickness same as the IPad 2. So March is not away we just have to wait and watch.

Microsoft to deliver CRM apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone in Q2

Summary: Microsoft will deliver mobile versions of its Dynamics CRM app and service for iPad, iPhone, Android phone, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7 in the second quarter of 2012.



Some time between April and May of this year, Microsoft will roll out Dynamics CRM mobile clients and service simultaneously for the iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry devices.
The coming mobile components — something some Windows Phone users have been asking about for years — will be part of the Dynamics CRM Q2 2012 service update, Microsoft officials said on February 6. (February 6 is the day when Microsoft is releasing its preview guide for its next update, which Microsoft has committed to provide 60 to 90 days before a new update is available to on-premises and online users.)
All of the new mobile CRM releases will be ready at the same time and downloadable from their respective marketplaces on the same day, said Craig Dewar, Director of Product Management for Dynamics CRM.
Here’s a Microsoft-supplied screen shot of what the Dynamics CRM app on the iPad will look like:
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The coming Dynamics CRM mobile clients/service starts at $30 per user, per month and supports the use of up to three devices per user. While this sounds pricey compared to the going rate for Office 365 and its component parts, it looks like it undercuts Salesforce’s comparable mobile-client offering, which starts at $65 per user per month. (Salesforce also has a free Mobile Lite CRM clientwith limited capabilities and connectivity, as does Microsoft, which still offers Mobile Express for Dynamics CRM.)
In addition to adding mobile support to its platform, Microsoft also is stepping up its cross-browser support for Dynamics CRM users. With the Q2 update, users will have a choice of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari running on PCs, Macs and iPads. Here’s a chart showing which versions will be supported on which platforms:
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The Q2 update also will add more social capabilities, making Microsoft’s social CRM components look and feel even more like Facebook- and/or Salesforce Chatter. Users will have the ability to like/unlike status updates on their Activity Feeds and get improved filtering capabilities.
Users of the on-premises version of the Q2 update also will have access to new Microsoft Excel Workbooks with pre-defined PowerPivot models and Power View Report templates to help them perform quick analyses in areas like product sales, customer demographics and sales pipelines. (Power View, a k a “Project Crescent,” is a new self-service business-intelligence feature in SQL Server 2012, which is due to launch on March 7.) Microsoft plans to add support for these enterprise capbilities to Dynamics CRM, too, at some point in the future, officials said.



The Dynamics CRM unit isn’t the only Microsoft division that is upping its cross-platform support.
Microsoft already offers OneNote for the iPhone and iPad; a SkyDrive cloud-storage app for iPhone; a Lync client for Android; a Lync client for iPhone and Hotmail for Android. Company officials said late last year to expect even more mobile cross-platform app support from Microsoft in 2012, especially on Android devices.
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