History of Cellphones: Shrinking Sizes and Prices [Infographic]

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Cell phones have come a long way since the first Motorola Dynatac hit the streets in 1982, eventually making its way to Zac Morris’ backpack, to the iPhone 4S and the Galaxy Nexus. Back in 1982, mobility was loosely defined as weighing 2 pounds, being a foot long and a battery capable of 1 hour of talk time. This […]

Why Apple Wants Higher App Prices

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When it comes to App prices, there’s a fine line for developers to walk. Price to high and you lose out on sales, price to low and you leave money on the table. For the most part iOS developers set their own app prices, but according to Steve Ackerman, studio director for Somthin’ Else, Apple […]

Will Droid Bionic, BlackBerry PlayBook Cost More as Result of Japan Quake?

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Update 3/23/2011: Despite Motorola reps telling us at CES 2011 that the Droid Bionic for Verizon Wireless will be utilizing a Texas Instruments–that information was used and referenced in this article–NVIDIA reps at CTIA 2011 had informed us that the device actually uses the dual-core Tegra 2 mobile applications processor. As such, the Droid Bionic […]