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The Sony Eriksson C905a Review – High Quality Cyber-Shot Camera and Phone

The Sony Eriksson C905a Review – High Quality Cyber-Shot Camera and Phone

The Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot C905a is available exclusively through AT&T. Look no further if you're a photography enthusiast who doesn't always feel like carrying a camera with them. The Sony Ericsson Cyber-Shot C905a is potentially the best camera phone on the market, with plenty of o

09.9.2009| Reviews | Matthew Waters

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The Samsung Jack 1637 Review – Super-Capable smartphone

The Samsung Jack 1637 Review – Super-Capable smartphone

The Samsung Jack is available exclusively through AT&T. Getting away from the looks of the Motorola Q and trying to emulate more of a BlackBerry feel, the Samsung Jack is the latest and greatest installment of the “Black Jack” smartphone series. [caption id="attachment_157" align="a

08.28.2009| Reviews, Samsung | Matthew Waters

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Sony Ericsson W518a Review – “I got the music in me!”

Sony Ericsson W518a Review – “I got the music in me!”

The Sony Ericsson W518a is a sleek, thin looking flip phone. It's fairly standard besides the preloaded apps and music player. Tons of apps The Sony Ericsson W518a is full of all kinds of apps. Check your Facebook quickly with their app, or update and upload pictures to all of your social net

08.25.2009| Reviews, Sony | Matthew Waters

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Samsung Highlight T749 Review – Capable entry-level Touchscreen

Samsung Highlight T749 Review – Capable entry-level Touchscreen

The Samsung Highlight T749 is available exclusively through T-Mobile. Never use a touch screen? This is the perfect phone for you. The Samsung Highlight T749 is a cellphone that does basic features really well. Tons of friends and contact information? Highlight's perfect for you. You can save up

08.21.2009| Reviews, Samsung | Matthew Waters

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The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review – Entry-Level Smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 Review – Entry-Level Smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 is available exclusively through T-Mobile. T-Mobile is still catching up in the BlackBerry game, but is getting closer to the competition with phones like the BlackBerry Curve 8520. Just as T-Mobile is new to the BlackBerry game, the Curve 8520 is for those just ge

08.20.2009| BlackBerry, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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Nokia Surge 6790 Review – A quirky Smartphone with good and bad points

Nokia Surge 6790 Review – A quirky Smartphone with good and bad points

The Nokia Surge 6790 is available through AT&T. The Finnish brand Nokia has always been known for quality, sturdy and all-around user friendly cell phones. Their phones don't always have the most functionality, however, so consider the Nokia Surge 6790 to be the black sheep of the family.

08.19.2009| Nokia, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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The LG Xenon Review – A great package for the $

The LG Xenon Review – A great package for the $

The LG Xenon is available exclusively through ATT. The LG Xenon is an awesome messaging phone which is similar to LG's other new phones with it's touchscreen as well as a full QWERTY keyboard. Although it packs a lot of technology, the Xenon is a thin device and is the perfect size for pockets, big

08.18.2009| LG, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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HTC Snap – An easy to use package

HTC Snap – An easy to use package

The HTC Snap is available through Sprint. The HTC Snap is quite possibly the best smartphone on the market for the exec looking to send emails quickly and efficiently. It's keyboard is nearly perfect, which is hard to come by since the technology world is on a “smaller is better” kick. It comes

08.17.2009| HTC, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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HTC Ozone Review – Message-Ready Performer

HTC Ozone Review – Message-Ready Performer

The HTC Ozone is available through Verizon. The HTC Ozone is a Windows Mobile 6.1 smartphone that's perfect for traveling abroad. It's design is made for both the business exec sending out emails and the teenager texting 10 friends a minute, though the keyboard tends to be slightly cramped due to t

08.14.2009| HTC, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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RIM BlackBerry Tour Review – World-Roaming Smartphone

RIM BlackBerry Tour Review – World-Roaming Smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Tour is available, with slight variations, through both Sprint and Verizon. Tour the world with the new, global BlackBerry Tour. With its dual-mode functionality you can visit over 200 countries with this one phone! You'll pay through the nose for Internet For some reason,

08.11.2009| BlackBerry, Reviews | Matthew Waters

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