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Apple iPhone 3G To Be Faster and Smarter and Cheaper

Apple iPhone 3G To Be Faster and Smarter and Cheaper

Apple iPhone 3G

(Best Syndication News) On Monday Apple Inc. unveiled their new Apple iPhone which will start at $199 for the 8GB model. They are also offering a 16GB model for $299. The phones, which will be available on July 11th, will be lightening fast with 3G wireless technology.

The goal is to woo the business Blackberry users away from their phones. The iPhone will include GPS mapping and support for Microsoft Exchange. Apple is combining three products in one. The iPhone will include a widescreen iPod, a web browser and email reader with rich HTML.

700 MHz C-Block Auction Results in Verizon and AT&T Getting most of the Spectrum

700 MHz C-Block Auction Results in Verizon and AT&T Getting most of the Spectrum

Google's Android opensource software (see video below)

[Best Syndication] Verizon bid $9.4 billion for the 700 MHz spectrum auction that was being held by the U.S. Government. The second largest bid was by AT&T with $6.6 billion. Altogether the U.S. Government raised $19.6 billion for the selling of rights to use the 700 MHz spectrum.

Google did not win their bid for the C-block but this may not be all that bad. Google did get the FCC to change the regulation to make it open for Google phones to be open to connect with any network that is made available that Verizon will release. Google was in the bidding for the C-block that the U.S. government was auctioning off for the new 700 MHz spectrum.

Intel announces Atom CPU - a very Small Low-Power Processor

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[Best Syndication] Intel named their new low-power CPU processor, Atom. The processor is going to be used in mobile internet devices (MID) as well as ultra-mobile personal computers (UMPC.)

Intel hopes that netbooks, or UMPC devices will be the next big thing. They expect that netbooks will be in the 10’s of millions of units by the year 2011.

The Atom is built on the 45nm processing speed and has support for multi-threading. The chips are also the smallest and lowest power processor that they have made and they expecet top clock speeds at 1.8GHz for the Atom.

Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile USA now have Unlimited Flat-Rate Mobile Phone Plans

Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile USA now have Unlimited Flat-Rate Mobile Phone Plans

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[Best Syndication]If you live by your cell phone and cringe at the bill with the extra cost for overage fees that you pay for by the minute, you should consider shopping for a flat-rate plans that three of the four major cellphone carriers are offering starting this week.

Verizon Wireless, AT&T Inc. and T-Mobile USA Inc. all are competing for flat-rate subscription which is leaving Sprint Nextel Corp. behind the competition.

The unlimited cell phone plans start around $99.99, but this may force competition from Sprint to be lower at around $70 - $80. Sprint has tested flat-rate service with a $119.99 plan in four cities. Some of the plans are going up to $139.99 per month depending on the services that you are wanting with the plan.

Latest mobile Phones: Need of the hour!

Latest mobile Phones: Need of the hour!

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Mobile phones have becoming more and more user-friendly in the last few years. They are equipped with better features, both entertainment and quality, and provide the ultimate communication experience to the user.

We are in an era where mobile phones are a necessity now. We are getting into the sophisticated mobile technology world every moment. It is difficult to assume life without mobiles. The concept of mobile phones has observed an advanced leap. From those brick-size cellular phones to the portable, pocket friendly sophisticated gadgets. It’s a long story of the evolution of modern mobile phones. Latest mobile phones like the Nokia N-Series have redefined the world of communication. Watching television on mobile is going to be the next reality world will face, it’s all in the pipeline. We all are just waiting for the government to release the 3G Bandwidth.

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