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Google Project Fi.

Google Project Fi came on my radar recently.  (HT: Andrew Hyde)

Given where we live in Wisconsin, this looked like a great option for us, who don’t have a cell phone currently.  Lower costs, good coverage and what appear to be good phones to select, it all seems to be a great fit.

26268200962_7a5cd2f2b0_oAccording to this map from the Project Fi site, we have coverage. The green shaded area shows coverage.









Then proceeding to get signed up for the Project Fi service I get this screen.

My question becomes, which is it Google?  I understand this is your service and you get to set the qualifications for said service.  However, you show me that your service coverage is available in my area, and yet when I attempt so sign up, nope, no service for me.

Now we continue to seek a quality cell phone service.

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50 Best Productivity Apps For iPhone.

Of course you need more apps for your mobile devices.


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One Thing Every iPhone owner should do…

One thing every iPhone owner should do to stretch battery life.

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Hangouts and catching up

I had a wonderful opportunity to once again have an hour of great conversation with my friend and political pundit Willie Lawson last night. While it’s always stimulating conversation, I did the entire hour from my phone while often walking around the community. Mobile connectivity is great.

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Smartphones Will Replace Your Car Keys by 2015.

Smartphones Will Replace Your Car Keys by 2015. Seeing as I don’t own a car or a smartphone, I guess for the moment I’m safe.

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Completely redesigned Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad going live around the world.

For those of you who have an iPhone and or and iPad this might be of interest to you.


Completely redesigned Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad going live around the world: ”

Here’s your iTunes link people in the the Eastern Hemisphere.

We may or may not have a thorough review coming at some undisclosed point in the not so distant future. Until then, some screenshots below.

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(Via 9 to 5 Mac.)

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Mobile Web Apps.

Continue your internet relationship with your audience, no matter where they are…

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Thus greets visitors to the web site of “When I’m Mobile.” Combining a passion for the independent music community, with his extensive technical expertise of 20 years as a systems developer for major corporations, Jonathan Thaler has created, When I’m Mobile.

The mission of When I’m Mobile, according to Jonathan, is to provide a rich, productive and engaging web experience for the online audience, when browsing from a mobile web device. Combined with that experience is also, to extend the providing organization’s image, presentation and content beyond their main website.

All When I’m Mobile clients get a QR (Quick Response) Code as a part of the service. Unlike most QR codes you see in your daily travels, When I’m Mobile QR codes always lead the user to a highly-usable and full-featured interactive mobile web experience.

The When I’m Mobile strategy is applicable to any industry or business with a web presence and a goal to make information easily available to their public. So quit wishing you had a mobile strategy for your business and contact When I’m Mobile today.

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2011 Nokia quiz – Nokia Conversations : the official Nokia blog

How much of a Nokia Geek are you?

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New Phone?

When I bought my Nexus S recently I have an option to change phones during my two year contract. I took this option with the quickly changing landscape of the mobile phone industry. Also, at the time, the new iPhone was due out as well as the new Galaxy Nexus was on the horizon.

Well the iPhone wasn’t a complete update becoming only the iPhone 4S. The Galaxy Nexus was next on my list. I like my Nexus S 4G and yet the battery life is abysmal. So I need to find a high capacity battery or a new phone.

I’ve found two reviews of the new Galaxy Nexus, from different parts of the internet, and both, while liking the phone are unable to recommend purchase of the device. I’ll let you read and watch to make up your mind as I’m off to find a solution to my situation.

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