It has been only a week since the Consumer Electronics Show and Motorola setting the bar high with the announcement of the Atrix 4G. The Atrix is a powerhouse Android smartphone.
The Atrix has a dual-core processor, HD dock and laptop dock which pretty much makes it a smartphone and computer all-in-one. Read more
MusicSkins has partnered with MTV to bring a whole new array of custom skins to your electronic devices.
This partnership adds SpongrBob, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dora The Explore, Jersey Shore, Jeff Dunham and much more to the already vast offerings of MusicSkins. Read more
Motorola has definitely hit the ground running to start us off in 2011. They have teamed up with the nations top wireless service providers to unleash some beastly products for us to look forward to. Besides joining in on the tablet craze with the announcement of their XOOM Tablet, we can expect to see two brand new handsets from the manufacturer on Verizon Wireless and AT&T along with an update to a charming favorite on T-Mobile.
Already in T-Mobiles line-up and ready to hit the streets is one of the newest members to the Android family the Motorola Defy. The Defy is designed to help you keep up with your active lifestyle and your busy social life.
The Defy is small in size compared to some other Android devices at 2.3 wide and 4.2 in height. Weighting in at just 4.6 ounces you might thinking youre carrying around a mini Samsung Galaxy S in your pocket. The Motorola Defy has a 3.7 high resolution touch screen that is just a little bigger than the screen on the iPhone 4. The screen is large enough to handle your daily text, emails and social networking. To make typing easier the device come with Swype preinstalled. Read more
Today T-Mobile USA launches the updated Motorola Cliq XT; adding another solid Android option to their lineup of smartphones. The Cliq XT shares many similarities to its predecessor in terms of design and performance, but has definitely been revamped to help establish an identity all its own.
With this fresh design, users can now expect a 100% full touch screen experience. Clearly distinguishing itself from the standard Motorola Cliq, the Cliq XT has shed its physical slide out QWERTY keypad and added a rather large touchpad at the base of the handset for navigation. A rather notable upgrade Motorola has included is the multi-touch capability which allows you to pinch-and-zoom photos and while web browsing. This a very popular feature pioneered by Apple with the iPhone, and time after time considered a tool for measurement on how a handset may appeal to the masses. However, it is the implementation of Swype to the Cliq XT that will surely satisfy the touch savvy users. Arguably the feature with the most buzz in the industry as of late, Swype suggests a new way of texting simply by performing a swipe through the letters of the word you’re trying to spell. It is definitely a unique approach that is very intuitive and demonstrates evolution with the current trend of full touch screen handsets. Read more
Heres some food for thought. AT&T has prided themselves in having the best coverage in the US, leaving their competitors in the dust. After the bashing by Verizon Wireless with their Map For That commercials it just might be AT&T laughing in the end.
PC Magazine conducted tests in 13 cities from 20 stationary outdoor locations in each city that represented the largest user base. These cities included Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Denver, New Orleans, New York City, Orlando, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle. The test was all about data and not voice usage or quality. Read more