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Motorola Q Phone - Smartphone Review - Best overall Cell Phone with Internet support

Motorola Q Phone - Smartphone Review - Best overall Cell Phone with Internet support

Motorola Q Black Phone

The Motorola Q Phone is available with Sprint and Verizon Wireless Cellular companies. It has quite a resemblance to the popular BlackBerry phones, but is definitely it’s own design.

With a signed contract agreement with the Verizon Wireless cellular provider you can get a phone for free. Sprint has the Motorola Q phone that you can get for just under $100 with a signed contract. Make sure to compare the different provider's plans and what they offer with the monthly rate to insure that you are getting the best deal for your useage requirements.

Verizon Wireless has the Motorola Q phone in both black and in silver. It appears that Sprint is currently with the black model only.

The Motorola Q phone is compact and measures 4.57 x 2.52 inches. It is only .47 inches thick and weights in at a light 4.1 ounces.

There is full support for Bluetooth compatible devices including wireless head phones or car kits, but so are all the new technologically savy cell phones.

Microsoft Criticizes Google For Copyright Lazziness After Launching Their Own Book Search – Google Launched Competing Office

Microsoft Criticizes Google For Copyright Infringement After Launching Their Own Book Search – Google Launched Competing Office Suite

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(Best Syndication) Microsoft associate general counsel, Thomas C. Rubin criticized and basically accused Google of violating publisher copyrights. At the American Association of Publishers in New York Tuesday, of which both Google and Microsoft are both members, Ruben said that the worlds most popular search engine undermines the incentive to create.

On Monday Rubin criticized Google in a newspaper editorial, and then Tuesday said "In my view, Google has chosen the wrong path for the longer term because it systematically violates copyright and deprives authors and publishers of an important avenue for monetizing their works. In doing so, it undermines critical incentives to create."

Apple iPhone – The Cell Phone Gadget that does it all

Apple iPhone – The Cell Phone Gadget that does it all

Apple iPhone

While everyone loves their Apple iPod, they also love their cell phone equally as much. This is why more technology is being built into cell phones, and why the Blackberry is a hit for internet and email users. The Apple iPhone will incorporate the iPod MP3 music player, along with internet access with a large 3.5 inch touch screen.

The internet browsing software is Safari, and you can be reading a webpage while in the background you can be downloading your email. There is also quick access to maps, and widgets that will have stock quotes and weather reports.

The iPhone is controlled with a multi-touch screen interface and also with a full soft QWERTY keyboard. The touch screen is easy to navigate with your fingers and you can use the onscreen keyboard to type in messages. The iPhone will autocorrect typing so that it will be easier to work with the keyboard. It does look a little bit difficult to use a touch screen to type with and a regular keyboard would be great. Possibly a Bluetooth keyboard accessory for the iPhone will be released.

Microsoft’s Soapbox to Compete with Google’s YouTube

Microsoft’s Soapbox to Compete with Google’s YouTube

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Microsoft has just opened up their Soapbox website for public beta testing. Soapbox will allow people to upload videos to the internet in almost all kinds of digital formats. Google has the most popular video upload site, YouTube, which they purchased for 1.65 billion dollars this past fall.

What might make Microsoft’s Soapbox better? It could gain popularity for being able to watch a video on the same screen as you are browsing for another video. YouTube does not have this feature yet.

Because it is still in beta there should still be some issue to be worked out. This website will give you another place to distribute your homespun videos, possibly gaining extra viewers from a new website with a little less competition.

Microsoft Vista Hits The Shelves But Is It Worth The Upgrade? Comparison - Ultimate Version Has Everything

Microsoft Vista Hits The Shelves But Is It Worth The Upgrade?  Comparison - Ultimate Version Has Everything

Windows Vista

(Best Syndication) Now that millions of users have broadband access to the Internet, Microsoft has introduced what they are calling their all-in-one entertainment console. The new operating system will allow you to view live and recorded TV, music, photos, videos, and other online entertainment. This is a change from the past where the only way to get a copy of Windows Media Center was to buy a gadget that had the entertainment-based operating system preinstalled.

Vista has been long overdue and possibly over anticipated. This is the first Windows version since 2001. There are some new bells and whistles including a see-through glass like window that pops up to display your programs when you scroll over them in the start menu. This feature, called Windows Aero, could save you a little time.

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