Posts Tagged ‘phone’

Best Cell Phone comparison site

October 16th, 2010

compare-cellphones.org covers Smartphones and Tablets as well!

compare-cellphones.org is one of the most comprehensive phone comparison websites available today. (far better than PhoneScoop.com) You can choose to compare just about any phone, past, present, recently announced and possibly even leaked phones. (provided that details are leaked as well)

All you need to do is enter the two phones that you would like to compare. Once you start typing, you get a dropdown list providing you with nearly every phone imaginable. Just choose the ones you want and hit the Compare button. You will be presented with images of both phones and a list of ‘Reasons to Choose’ one phone over the other. There is also a convenient list of Pors and Cons as compared to ALL cellphones. You are able to view multiple images of the phones being compared and also leave comments on the comparison page if you wish.

You can easily share your comparisons on Facebook with the built in Facebook ‘Like’ button.
(I would like to see more sharing options…Twitter, Buzz, email, etc.)

As I mentioned earlier…some of the phones listed aren’t even phones at all. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a tablet Computer that just so happens to have built-in phone capabilities. I’m sure this is why the Apple iPad isn’t available for comparison…wait…what? Is it available for comparison? But it doesn’t have phone capabilities. So why is it here?

Samsung Galaxy Tab vs Apple iPad

http://www.compare-cellphones.org/Samsung-Galaxy-Tab-vs-Apple-iPad

Go to compare-cellphones.org before you head out to your local mobile retailer. You’ll be glad you did!

Find Android Phones at Google Phone Gallery

September 30th, 2010

Compare Android Phones easily


Google has decided that organizing and presenting an easy to use Android Phone catalog is a good thing. They have created Google Phone Gallery for your pleasure. Here you will be able to find all of the Android phones that come with Google services such as Android Market, Google Search, Gmail, Maps and YouTube.

Unfortunately, Android devices featuring Bing and Yahoo as their primary search services are currently excluded. This rivalry has resulted in an incomplete list of Android powered phones. (Android tablets are currently excluded)

The phone gallery lets you view technical specifications, features and will allow you to compare multiple devices side by side. You can search by manufacturer, carrier or by country. Google has also provided convenient links to purchase the devices from each carrier.

Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG are currently the only manufacturers with phones in the gallery. Rest assured, Google will keep updating the database as handsets and countries come on board.

Google Phone Gallery

Motorola Defy for T-Mobile, See It Today on Oprah

September 13th, 2010

LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. — September 13, 2010 — Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) unveiled the Motorola DEFY™ enhanced with MOTOBLUR™ on today’s 25th season premiere of “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” Slim and pocket-able, this smartphone powered by Android™, which is planned for exclusive U.S. availability to customers of T-Mobile USA, comes equipped with a 3.7-inch high-resolution and scratch-resistant touch screen display that provides edge-to-edge views of your favorite websites, photos and videos.

“DEFY is designed to handle everything that life throws your way,” said Bill Ogle chief marketing officer, Motorola Mobility, Inc. “With all the features consumers expect in a smartphone, DEFY packs Web browsing, entertainment and messaging capabilities as well as an exterior design that can withstand the stresses of everyday life.”

Motorola DEFY is scratch and water resistant as well as dust proof, protecting you from life’s little challenges such as a sudden rain shower to a drop in the sand. Pre-installed on the DEFY, CrystalTalk® PLUS vanquishes noisy environments with two microphones that intelligently filter out background noise and amplify your voice so you don’t have to shout.

“DEFY is essentially a connection hub wrapped in a layer of protection,” said Paul Cole, vice president, product management, T-Mobile USA. “The unique and innovative form-factor of the DEFY provides you with the confidence to truly take your phone anywhere.”

An Adobe® Flash® Lite®-enabled Web browser and 3.7-inch WVGA screen allow you to view more of the Web than standard browsers. Choose from thousands of applications, widgets and games on Android Market™ and enjoy access to Google™ services including Google Search™, Google Maps™ and Gmail™.

With a durable form-factor and 5-megapixel camera featuring a flash, digital zoom and auto focus, the Motorola DEFY is the trusty companion to capture memories at the next family reunion or vacation. Part of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), DEFY enables you to stream, store and share content with compatible devices around the home such as HDTVs, game consoles and PCs. Also, the Connected Music Player provides the option to display lyrics to your songs and enables you to discover, buy and download music, right from your phone.

Availability

Motorola DEFY with MOTOBLUR is expected to be available exclusively to T-Mobile USA customers in time for the holidays. For more information on Motorola DEFY with MOTOBLUR, please visit here. To view images please visit here.

About Motorola
Motorola is known around the world for innovation in communications and is focused on advancing the way the world connects. From broadband communications infrastructure, enterprise mobility and public safety solutions to mobile and wireline digital communication devices that provide compelling experiences, Motorola is leading the next wave of innovations that enable people, enterprises and governments to be more connected and more mobile. Motorola (NYSE: MOT) had sales of US $22 billion in 2009. For more information, please visit www.motorola.com.

[via Motorola]

Zingaya lets you connect your site to your phone

July 1st, 2010

Zingaya is a new service that allows you to place a ‘Call’ button on your website. With this ‘Call’ button, visitors can call you and get more personalized service.
Zingaya offers a free version that allows you to have one phone number connected to your ‘Call’ button.


Zingaya also is able to integrate with your Skype account.

Zingaya is a web service that provides a new voice communication channel. A widget that can be easily embedded into any web page allows the site visitors to call you with one click. Calls are forwarded to pre-set fixed/mobile numbers, Skype or SIP. The visitors don’t need to have a phone for conversation, the only thing required is a microphone.

Check out Zingaya today.

Edit:
Zingaya launched on Tuesday June 29th

After intensive development we are ready to launch Zingaya. We believe that Zingaya will bring new communication experience in web. We call our approach “webified communications”. Put the button on your web page to allow visitors call you in one click without any downloads or installations. Callback services are in the past, because they haven’t ever offered good experience and required companies to pay 2xprice for the calls. You can check it right now by yourself – sign up for free. You can see Zingaya’s call button below, it calls to Zingaya echo test service, but you can set your button to call any landline/mobile phone or even to VoIP systems using SIP protocol:

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