Paul released MoDaCo.SWITCH into private beta and I am testing it out on my T-Mobile HTC One.
Smartphones and Cell Phones
It seems everyone in business has a smartphone today to keep connected to the office and enjoy their time away from the office. Matthew Miller provides you with news, commentary and in-depth reviews of the latest in mobile phones sporting iOS, Android, Wi
Matthew Miller started using a Pilot 1000 in 1997 and has been writing news, reviews, and opinion pieces ever since.
In this gallery I show several photos taken with three high end smartphones in typical summer time situations. Even though the HTC One uses a unique ultrapixel approach, it still holds its own against Nokia 8.7 megapixel cameras.
When I want to carry a small smartphone that disappears in my pocket I take along my iPhone 5. HTC's upcoming One Mini feels even better and more compact than the iPhone 5 and should appeal to many folks.
We now have three of the four major US wireless carriers offering unique equipment installation plans advertised to help the smartphone enthusiast upgrade more often.
Like Samsung, HTC announced a smaller version of their flagship Android smartphone with lower specifications. More pocketable devices make great tablet companions, but are consumers willing to give up specs for size?
I made a trip to a local T-Mobile retail store and walked out with a $50 Nokia Lumia 925 yesterday. The hardware is fantastic and Windows Phone 8 looks to meet 98% of my needs.
T-Mobile and AT&T just rolled out programs to help people upgrade their phones more often as data shows that fewer are finding the need to upgrade more than every two years.
T-Mobile is pushing the boundaries of wireless carrier offerings and that looks to be encouraging AT&T and Verizon to respond. AT&T announced the Next program with no fees and yearly upgrade incentives.
Paul O'Brien is showing off a beta tool he is developing, MoDaCo.SWITCH, that lets you choose between the Sense or Google Play Edition experience on your HTC One. This is the functionality enthusiasts would love to see out of the box.
T-Mobile keeps pushing the US wireless carrier strategy, Nokia announces the best camera on a phone ever, and HTC continues to find new fans with the HTC One.