Tagged with: iPhone

Nokia Pushes Patent Lawsuit Against Apple

Nokia Pushes Patent Lawsuit Against Apple

Nokia believes that Apple is violating its wireless patents, using their innovations to build the iPhone. The lawsuits cover forty-six patents, some of which existed up to ten years before the iPhone. Patent infringement is becoming a major issue for tech companies and Nokia is looking to protect over $60 billion in ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 30, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 30, 2011

Amazon launched its own streaming music service called Amazon Cloud Drive. You can now store music and digital files on Amazon’s servers and access them from any web-ready device. Five gigabytes of data will be offered for free, with an upgrade to twenty gigabytes if you purchase an MP3 album. In other news, Nokia ...

Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt: The First True 4G Smartphone

Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt: The First True 4G Smartphone

Last week I wrote a love letter to AT&T's 4G Motorola Atrix smartphone. It is awesome, powerful and extraordinary in every way. That was true last week and it's still true. However, just the other day, Verizon handed me its new HTC Thunderbolt 4G handset to play with and, truth be told, I'm smitten. If I thought I ...

Live Digital with Shelly Palmer Episode #53

Live Digital with Shelly Palmer Episode #53

Next on Live Digital: Is AT&T's 3G network really faster than Verizon's? Has Adobe figured out how to get Flash to play on your iPhone? And, are your electronic devices really keeping you up at night? Plus, I'll chat with cyber security expert Hemanshu Nigam about keeping you safe online, I'll talk with Brett King about ...

Motorola Atrix 4G Smartphone Review

Motorola Atrix 4G Smartphone Review

Since I got my first iPhone, I have been brutal to AT&T. I have often said, "I've never ended an AT&T iPhone call with goodbye … it's always: Hello? Hello?" I was so happy to get my Verizon iPhone 4, it was going to be everything the AT&T iPhone wasn't. Ahhh … but nothing is ever perfect. While it's true ...

AT&T iPhone Data Speeds Faster than Verizon’s

AT&T iPhone Data Speeds Faster than Verizon’s

A recent study reveals that the Verizon iPhone 4 suffers significantly lower data download speeds than its AT&T counterpart. While AT&T had a much better data connection, Verizon’s iPhone still wins when it comes to voice quality. Which carrier you choose will come down to how you use your phone. Read the full ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 8, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 8, 2011

A recent study reveals that the Verizon iPhone 4 suffers significantly lower data download speeds than its AT&T counterpart. While AT&T had a much better data connection, Verizon’s iPhone still wins when it comes to voice quality. Which carrier you choose will come down to how you use your phone. In other news, if you ...

Shelly Palmer Digital Living on Sirius XM – March 7, 2011

Shelly Palmer Digital Living on Sirius XM – March 7, 2011

This week on Shelly Palmer Digital Living, we talk to video game expert Harold Goldberg, author of All Your Base Are Belong To Us about what went on at the Game Developers Conference. We'll tell you everything you need to know about the iPad 2 and review the Motorola Atrix -- the first smartphone to kick the iPhone's butt. ...

AT&T Will Support iPhone 4 Hotspot

AT&T Will Support iPhone 4 Hotspot

AT&T will support turning your iPhone 4 into a mobile hotspot with the new iOS 4.3. With the $45 a month DataPro plan you can have up to 5 devices use the phone's Internet wirelessly. AT&T can bundle the service to your current bill and is even offering post-month payment for data. Read the full article at ...

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 4, 2011

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – March 4, 2011

The FCC plans to reallocate funds for subsidizing phone service for the poor to provide better broadband coverage as well. The Lifeline Assistance and Link-Up America programs currently fund monthly telephone service and installation for the poor. While the costs are higher, the Internet is being considered a necessary ...