Text of the Week – Star Wars Special

Death Star Diete Text
June 2, 2012

Smartphone – $250. Text message – $50 unlimited per month. Autocorrect “Fatty Vader” instead of “Darth Vader”… Priceless. If you have time this weekend, check out 14 more of the best autocorrects in the month of May!

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INFOGRAPH: Summer Vacation and the Mobile Addiction

May 23, 2012

The 2012 summer holiday season in the U.S. and Europe are quickly approaching. The big question of the summer is: Should I bring my phone on vacation? PC Housing, a short term housing provider in San Diego, Calif., drew up a new infograph that shows the impact of smartphones on business travelers. The results? Mixed […]

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What Exactly is Red Oxygen?

May 17, 2012

Red oxygen crystal. Photo from the American Institute of Physics. Red Oxygen is more than just an international SMS provider and an awesome Australian band; it’s what happens to oxygen (O2) molecules when submitted to pressures above 10 GPa. Once under pressure, the O2 molecules condense to a pale blue liquid, then a pale blue […]

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History of the Mobile Phone

man on first cellphone
May 3, 2012

The first mobile call was placed in St. Louis, Missouri on June 17, 1946 after 10 years of research by Bell Lab scientists. The call was made from a telephone set installed in an automobile. 1947: AT&T introduced Mobile Telephone Service to 100 towns. Mobile Telephone Service was a rarity with only 5,000 customers placing about […]

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INFOGRAPH: Mobile Stats

April 20, 2012

Microsoft Tag released mobile figures from 2011, outlining the growing trends in the mobile market. We thought it was pretty neat!  

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