My Verizon line was due for an upgrade and today I made my decision after careful consideration. While I did stand in line, it wasn't for the new Apple iPhone 5s.
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.
Last month it looked like Google Wallet was going the way of Reader, but this week we see it launch with expansion to the iPhone and the return of loyalty and gift cards.
The new Apple iPhone 5s will sell millions and require long lines this Friday, but as we read through the reviews we see Apple held back quite a bit with the latest high end offering.
LG's new G2 is rolling out for all major US carriers, bringing a large display, fast quad-core processor, big battery, and powerful camera with a unique button arrangement.
Apple announced a couple new iPhones this week, Microsoft rolled out Xbox Music for iOS and Android, and new phones are starting to arrive in our hands.
I was hoping to see some new innovations in optics from Apple, but after yesterday's announcement it was easy for me to stick with my Nokia Lumia 1020's amazing camera technology.
Motorola has their Moto X facility in Texas up and running at a current rate of 100,000 units per week. Three US carriers now sell the Moto X with only one supporting custom options.
Apple revealed a couple of iPhones today with different design elements and very similar pricing. The plastic 5C is not anywhere close to the value many of us thought it was going to be.
IFA was held last week with big announcements from Sony and Samsung, Google announced Android 4.4 KitKat, and Amazon is rolling out an updated Kindle and new service.
Nokia remains a company after the Microsoft purchase with the rights to release Nokia-branded smartphones after 31 December 2015. Will Nokia return to its innovative roots and launch new smartphones running Android or Sailfish?