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runningcat

by runningcat

How do I use my Verizon RAZR in EU with out being overcharged?
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I am taking a trip to Italy in a couple months and would still like to have the use of my phone but I do not want to buy a new phone but want to have the internet connection as well as the ability to stay in contact with the group I am traveling with. I am thinking of getting one of those pre-paid sim cards but am not sure how I might get one (while still in the states or if I should wait tell I get there) and who I should go with. Any help with this would be VERY helpful.
Funderful

by Funderful

Is the Motorola RAZR worth considering?
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With the Motorola RAZR having recently plummeted in price to 2500 SEK (350 USD) and it finally getting ICS I am getting a bit interested in the device. The specs look decent but it's unclear to me how well ICS has been implemented on the device and there doesn't seem to be too much enthusiast support for the device (it doesn't seem to have gotten Cyanogenmod for instance), specifically the GSM version, perhaps due to all that locked bootloader nonsense.
From what I can tell Motorola has toned... Read more →
Dignan17

by Dignan17

Bluetooth remote control?
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I have been searching for days for a specific product. I'm trying to find a simple, small, bluetooth remote control for a smartphone, and it doesn't seem like such a product exists.
I have a car with bluetooth phone support, but not A2DP, so I've purchased a Tunelink to get music and podcasts to my car stereo, and I love it! The problem is, I'm really not comfortable controlling my audio via my phone's screen. It's simply not safe to use a touchscreen while driving, and I'm driving all the time... Read more →
peter

by peter

What's your next phone?
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I last asked this after Mobile World Congress back in February (http://gdgt.com/question/what-s-your-next-phone-g... but with the launch of the iPhone 4S and Galaxy S2 and now that the Nexus Galaxy, Droid RAZR, HTC Rezound, and Nokia 800 (among others) are on the way, it seems like a good time to see what everyone was thinking. Personally I have my eye on the Galaxy Nexus, though I am waiting to see which carriers (besides Verizon) end up offering it here.
AllanCaeg

by AllanCaeg

Should we now avoid buying Android phones with hardware buttons?
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Android Ice Cream Sandwich switched to a buttonless standard with the Galaxy Nexus. Sure, Android scales well for many different devices and ICS has backwards compatibility for phones with hardware buttons, but that's just a patch for the baggage.
Android evolved with virtual buttons in the System Bar (for Honeycomb, ICS, and beyond) for good reasons like:
  • hardware button inconsistency between devices
  • not having to guess whether the physical "Menu" button is useful in a context or not
  • quick access...
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