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July 17, 2009

Unlocked Cell Phones Coming To The U.S

Filed under: Uncategorized — netmobil @ 4:27 am

Unlocked cell phones have not made it into the U.S. market yet, but Nokia and Sony Ericsson have U.S. ready cell phones that they believe can compete with the most popular phones. The Nokia N97 with touch screen is one of these cell phones, which also supports 3G and Wi-Fi, has a 5-mega-pixel camera and also has 32 GB of memory. Then there is the Sony Ericsson W995a that is setup for 3G and Wi-Fi, has an 8.1 mega pixel camera, bright display screen, media player, GPS and stereo Bluetooth. The Nokia N97 rivals the features in the Cupertino, California based Apple iPhone 3G S and the Palm Pre, while the Sony Ericsson W995a can compete with the Verizon LG enV3 or the Samsung Memoir T929. Here you can find more technology as well as California News and reports.
The problem with these cell phones is that they are not purchased through a plan like the Verizon LG enV3 or the Samsung Memoir T929 that is under T-Mobile plans.

July 11, 2009

AT&T Offering Small Business Reasons To Use Mini Notebooks

Filed under: Uncategorized — netmobil @ 9:06 pm

In a new campaign effort to broden their particular 3G services, the telecommunications giant AT&T is tattempting to convince small businesses of the advantages the mini notebooks can offer with the AT&T mobile broadband card. This feature basically permits the mini notebook to be used in any specific location like driving down the road with the mobile broadband card used to connect to the world wide web. All in all, the firm in question has partnered up with Acer and Hewlett Packard in the new campaign which is offering the mini notebooks at prices which cannot be found elsewhere in most stores. The small business will need to sign a contract for service for the AT&T mobile broadband card for two years to receive the mini notebook at the offered price of $199 from AT&T. By the way, I found this great Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorneys wesbite. Check it out! More details on the Adobe Apps Blog For their part, the experts say this is a sign that mobile operators are increasing their efforts to sell their mobile broadband data packages, with Verizon also getting ready to offer a package deal for mobile broadband cards and the mini notebooks.

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