Here are some more apps that you might find useful!10 best Android flashlight apps with no extra permissionsFlashlight apps are a dying breed. Google began adding them to Android as early as Lollipop and OEMs have been including them on their OEM skins for far longer. The need for this dwindles as …5 best apps for helping during a hurricane Hurricane Irma is currently blasting Florida. We're not even two weeks out from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. The Southern United States in general is having a rough time. There are a bunch … Medical IDPrice: Free / $4.99DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAYMedical ID is one of the better emergency apps. It covers the basics like ICE information, medical contacts, emergency, and other such things. You can also add things like birthday, allergies, blood type, and current medications. The app also features a persistent notification on the lock screen in case emergency services need to see it. This one is best for those with chronic … [Read more...] about 5 best emergency apps and other emergency things your phone can do!
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posted on 14 Jun 2011, 11:26 1 1. WHOCARES??? (unregistered) That's up to the sales reps. IDC whether its biased or not thats their sale position posted on 15 Jun 2011, 20:17 1 77. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011) who the f**k cares what u say... posted on 14 Jun 2011, 11:27 14 2. ZayZay (Posts: 571; Member since: 26 Feb 2011) If the customers askes about a certain phone you show them what they want, not what you want. Simple as that. posted on 14 Jun 2011, 11:53 15 7. SuperAndroidEvo (Posts: 4888; Member since: 15 Apr 2011) That is right. If I want a Windows Phone & they show me something else, I will get offended. It's disrespectful & unprofessional do deny me what I clearly asked for. posted on 14 Jun 2011, 18:37 5 59. Tom (unregistered) I've been selling phones for almost 6 years and It blows my mind that sales reps would risk losing the sales by trying to convince a customer to go with a different phone, … [Read more...] about Comments for : Another reporter finds anti-Windows Phone 7 bias at carriers’ retail locations
posted on 08 Mar 2013, 00:55 1 1. ardent1 (Posts: 2000; Member since: 16 Apr 2011) That may help explain why Optimus L9 is going for 20% discount when purchase with $50 top-up card. The phone retails for $200 so that would be a $40 savings. Since you need to buy air time, the $50 is just like an advance payment. posted on 08 Mar 2013, 18:13 0 15. Droiddoes (unregistered) LMAO...wal mart posted on 08 Mar 2013, 01:32 1 2. Mr.Mr.Upgrade (Posts: 474; Member since: 30 Aug 2011) T-Mobile is done...I told u people... sprint next posted on 08 Mar 2013, 10:07 3 4. Ruckus (Posts: 286; Member since: 20 Oct 2011) Sprint sells better than T-Mobile therefore its only logical that they so this. posted on 08 Mar 2013, 14:39 3 9. _VipeR_ (Posts: 47; Member since: 30 May 2011) I am a Target Mobile Manager and I have been asking for this since I took over my store. Honestly, I do sell a lot of T-Mo, but over half of the guests that I deal with currently have … [Read more...] about Comments for : No more post-paid T-Mobile devices at Target starting April 7th
Google has always had a strange relationship with its hardware and software partners. Where Apple is seen as something of a bully, forcing software partners to fall in line or face punishment, Google has always tried to steer Android with a lighter hand. That hand is getting heavier in some respects, but Google seems to be putting pressure in strange places and not taking control where it should be. The Nexus program has often been Google's way to not only offer a pure Android experience for developers, but also to showcase the direction Google would like to see Android hardware take. For example, the Nexus 5X and 6P both have fingerprint sensors, something Google wants to be ubiquitous on Android devices; and, the two devices represent options for customers that want either a more compact device or larger phones. Quality compact phones have been harder to find (aside from the Samsung Galaxy S line) as phones hang around the 6-inch mark, and Google likely wants to make sure … [Read more...] about Google needs to push developers if it wants Android to dominate more than the phone market
This story is part of our Road Trip 2016 summer series "Life, Disrupted," about how technology is helping with the global refugee crisis -- if at all. Omar Mohamed has helped dozens of African refugees resettle in the US. Among the first items he sets up for them: a mobile phone. On a hot June day, the 28-year-old case manager at Church World Service in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, met with two Somali brothers to give them each a basic feature phone. The pair, 30-year-old Siyat and 41-year-old Adan Hassan, had arrived three days earlier, still in the dusty sandals they'd worn at the Kenyan refugee camp where they spent the last quarter of a century. Part of Mohamed's role as a case manager with Church World Service, one of the groups working with the US State Department to resettle refugees, is helping new arrivals find a safe, affordable place to live and a job. He also makes sure utilities -- electricity, water and gas -- are turned on. Mobile and internet services are now on the … [Read more...] about In the US, refugees find phones a basic necessity