After Connect 4G and Motion 4G, MetroPCS adds another phone from LG to its 4G LTE lineup, so let’s examine this device more closely.


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You’ve probably heard about Google Wallet, a new mobile payment system developed by Google that was introduced in May. If you’re interested in Google Wallet, we’re glad to inform you that Google Wallet is now available for public use.


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There are all sorts of malicious apps, viruses and scams online, especially if you’re accessing the internet with your smartphone for more personally tasks such as online banking, but luckily, there’s a way to keep yourself safe even while you’re surfing the web with your mobile device.

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Google announces Google Wallet mobile payment

On May 27, 2011, in Cell Phones, Technology, by Mike Jefferson

Google Wallet is an NFC-based mobile payment service, and Google has officially announced it. So far, Google Wallet has gained support of many retailers such as Subway, Macy’s, Walgreens, Toys ‘R Us, First Data, Citibank, MasterCard, and Sprint. Speaking of MasterCard, this partnership with Google means that Google Wallet will be fully compatible with PayPass payment system.

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Vehicle accidents are frequently caused by drunk drivers and car distractions. The new laws regarding cell phones being used in cars depending on where you live have been put into effect in many different ways.

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Sprint Mobile have launched their first smartphone equipped with Windows Phone 7 – the HTC Arrive, a phone which has descended from the European version HTC 7 Pro.

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We’ve been waiting for this for a while, and we’re pleased to say that Sprint has finally launched 4G WiMAX network in the San Francisco Bay Area. According to Sprint, new 4G WiMAX network is four times faster than the standard 3G service.

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