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4 Things Worth Knowing About Android Phones

The Android™ OS grew out of a need to make a mobile OS that was faster, more user friendly, and more customizable to each user’s specific needs. So if you are thinking about buying a smartphone in the near future, take a look at some of the functions that set Android cell phones apart from the competition.

 

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The First Cell Phone Call Ever Made

Cell phones have revolutionized the way that people communicate with each other. Before the mobile phone became popular, people dialed numbers to reach specific locations connected to land lines. If you wanted to contact a friend, then you would call her house or place of business. Since cell phones are mobile, though, they make it possible to call people instead of places. The development of cell phone technology and how it became popular is an interesting piece of technological history.


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Martin Cooper
 

Extending the Life of Your Phone

Without insurance, losing an expensive phone can be a great financial blow. Most people do not realize the actual cost of a premium phone, because the phones are discounted so much when people sign contracts. Out of ten people, seven will replace a cellular device annually, frequently due to disinterest in the older version, and damages. If you want to keep your phone operating well and looking nice, here are some tips to get you past that crucial one year anniversary.

 

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How to Find a Lost Cell Phone That's on Silent

Losing your cell phone can create a plethora of problems. The stored data such as your contacts, credit card numbers, passwords, and other valuable info could fall into a crook's hands and be used for all kinds of evil schemes, including identity theft. Finding your tech life-line if the ringer is off can be quite problematic, but fortunately not impossible. Read on to discover how a lost cell phone on silent can be found.

 

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