With its 2-megapixel camera, 2G data speeds, and nostalgic flip-phone construction, Cricket's Kona aims for those who just want the basics.
The Virgin Mobile Aloha is a functional, basic phone, but there are better such handsets in Virgin Mobile's lineup.
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Now you can show off your love for Star Wars all the way down to your feet with these limited-edition shoes from Vans, out now. Plus more Vans x Star Wars shoes debut June 1.
Rep. John Mizuno says that after "thousands of e-mails," he's decided to pull the plug on his data retention bill--but will try again in 2013.
A state legislator who proposed requiring Internet providers to record every Web site their customers visited is now backing away from the idea.
The state legislature plans hearing on bill requiring Internet service providers to create dossiers on residents showing all Web sites they visit for two years.
Twitter shines in another moment for citizen journalism and the internet. And then there's that guy who live-tweeted the whole raid, without knowing about it. Sony officially apologizes for the PSN outage and they're giving back to the users, but is it enough? And we "Like" what the BOL Menu is serving.
Google's face recognition scares us with its privacy implications, Hollywood gives us $30 dollar movies, and its not an April Fool's Day joke. Honeycomb needs to bring more native apps to the platform, ASAP, and a SmartFart App already exists!
We sift through the bucket loads of Mobile World Congress news for precious Android nuggets, including hardware news, new form factors, and a few ways to view and edit video content on future Android devices. All of that and the Android guys Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin have a little too much fun with the Androidify app on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly.
On today's show, I tee off a little bit on Internet haters who just can't let it go ... in a way that might seem to suggest I can't let it go. Hm. Anyway, in tech news proper, Apple shareholders demand a succession plan, Verizon users demand their iPhone 4s, and AT&T demands $499 and a two-year contract for people who want an Atrix 4G with the laptop dock. Plus: Computer Love! Aloha, everyone! --Molly