Articles tagged with: cellphone
Guess what! You may be eligible for a new cellphone, even before your contract expires. Why do I need to upgrade, you may ask? Well…technically you don’t have to spring for a cellphone early upgrade. But there are a couple great reasons to take the plunge. Read on.
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Considering the replacement of yourÂ power-cordÂ with a wireless cellphone charger? Cellphone charging mats are a unique and convenient alternative. In this article, we discuss the the pros and cons of switching to a wireless cellphone charger.
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Dang, pecking out those tiny keys with a regular non-Qwerty cell-phone handset keyboard can be tough. Fear no longer! You can send out text messages with your email program. This method is also great for folks outside the country who cannot easily text to another country. Tip: Make sure to remove your signature from email, so it’s not too long. Another way it would make it easier for the reader when you send text message by email is to remove all the replies on the email, since there is very …
The Western Frontier of broadband technology is all about how to get that same cellular service that keeps your phone in range onto your laptop computer. Purchasing a broadband card, such as that pocket-protector looking thing over there on the left, can maximize your connectivity in a snap. Voila!
As long as you have your CTR-500, your laptop can benefit from the same wireless opportunities as your cell phone.
The newest technology to come out for connectivity is easy to use, portable, secure and reliable. Simply connect an activated USB or …
With cell phone companies charging up to $2/411 call, you owe it to yourself to try Google’s Free Information Service. This is a way cool service for every cell phone user – 800-GooG-411 (or 800-466-4411). Just give name of business and city/state or just type in zip and Google give you the answer. It’s totally free!! You can say “text message” (you’ll get info about business) or “connect me” (you’ll be connected to number) or “map it” (you’ll see a map of the business you’ve requested). This service currently …
I need to come up with a solution for my wireless network that doesn’t want to work at night. Drivin’ me nuts!
CF, Menlo Park, CA
Could I run a cable from the tv room to the office and plug it into the router?
Would there be any set up required to make that work?
Is my only other option the $60.00/month broadband card from my cell phone provider?
Great Question, CF! Here are 4 of many options:
1. Run cable from router to TV room. Will work great. No setup req’d. Cheapest, easiest, not super …