Guys and gals, I have to say this, I’m sorry for not keeping up with this blog. Truly, I am. All Tech Everything has been a passion of mine since I read my first post on CNET years ago. I always wanted to get in to writing about tech, and testing out the latest devices for consumers. Truth is, I’ve had a lot of stuff going on in my life, and it’s not about to slow down anytime soon. I will make it my goal to bring you the stories, news, and reviews that you’ve been craving, without going crazy. … Continue reading Sorry I’ve Been Gone
Mobile devices aren’t slowing down in their growth, and the uses of mobile devices aren’t slowing down. Today another option for mobile payments launches, Isis. Isis Mobile Wallet, by which it is officially known, uses NFC (Near Field Communication) to … Continue reading Google Wallet Competitor – Isis – Launches Today on Verizon
In the spirit of clearing out the old for the new, Best Buy has found a way to kill two birds with one stone. They are holding a smartphone trade-in event this weekend that allows you to trade your old, … Continue reading Best Buy Holding Smartphone Trade-In Extravaganza This Weekend
So at E3, Microsoft announced a brand new Halo IP for Windows Phone 8 dubbed Halo: Spartan Assault. The game is set to follow the mission log of Commander Sarah Palmer and Spartan Davis through new worlds in the Halo … Continue reading Halo: Spartan Assault coming to Verizon Devices First
Verizon has long desired to gain control over its network, and currently is aiming to make that a reality. Vodafone owns a 45 percent stake in the company, and has a Verizon has raised $100 million dollars to that end. … Continue reading Verizon’s $100M Bid to Buy Back Network from Vodafone
Not to be left in relegation when it comes to phone size, BlackBerry has possible plans to up their display to the new smartphone median of 5 inches according to mobile industry analyst Peter Misek, as reported by StreetInsider. Also slated to … Continue reading Now BlackBerry’s Prepping a 5-inch Smartphone?
Recently, T-Mobile turned off the switch on the traditional carrier model, of offering steep discounts on devices in exchange for two years of your loyalty to its company, and began to offer no contracts on phones. The catch is that the consumer … Continue reading Are T-Mobile’s UnCarrier Plans Contagious?