Jason Caston, Digital Platforms and Innovation Specialist at The Potter’s House discusses how merging technology can enhance the faith experience. Sponsored
It’s been over a month since I wrote my initial thoughts on the LG G Flex device powered by AT&T. Here’s a follow-up about my 5 fave things about the phone.
For the last week, I’ve been testing out the LG G Flex smartphone on the AT&T 4 G LTE network. Check out my first initial thoughts on the device here.
If you are on the move a lot, then having a mobile wifi hotspot is probably a must. Check out my review of the AT&T Unite Pro Wifi Hotspot +’s pros & cons.
September 19th is It Can Wait’s National Drive For Pledges Day. Read how you can pledge to not text while driving and share the message about #itcanwait.
School’s in session! If you are looking for a smartphone for your student, check out my Back to School Tech segment, all about the Samsung Galaxy S 4.
Samsung continues to reign supreme with their latest release of their Galaxy flagship device. Check out my overall overview and thoughts on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4.
The Galaxy Note II utilizes the Android OS, which right now, is beating it’s closest competition, the iOS. Samsung has been able to remain ahead of Apple because they aren’t afraid to try to innovate already impressive phones. Instead of resting on their laurels much like Apple has done, Samsung has upped the ante with every device they release.
Yes, peeps, I’m back with another great giveaway, and this time, it’s the fabulous HTC One X+ smartphone powered by AT&T. This is an impressive device with Beats Audio and an awesome camera. Easy entry!
There’s no secret that I am addicted to the latest phones with awesome technology. Smart phones are like going to Disney to me—they bring me such joy.
The latest Windows phone that I’ve been able to try is the new Nokia Lumia 920 from AT&T. The phone immediately had me at hello with it’s screen real estate (4.5 in HD) and vivid color.
AT&T started a campaign to spread holiday cheer in a fun and exciting way. They’ve launched “A Gift That Money Can’t Buy”, which will allow your teen to send these specialized gifts to their parents.