- Monday, April 17, 2006
I admit it. I am a ringtone junkie. In the past I have spent way too much money downloading the latest ringtones only to be surprised by the cell phone bill at the end of the month.
I am now using the service offered by UnlimitedRingTones that read more...
Make Them Dance
- Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Apple and Cingular Wireless have teamed up to announce the first iTunes enabled cell phone called the Motorola ROKR. Supported by three new TV commercials, with a concept reminiscent of the popular iPod "Silhouette" ads, each ad shows an read more...
Google Cell Phone In The Works
- Monday, March 19, 2007
Google is developing a cell phone of its own, but contrary to rumors that it will compete with Apple's iPhone, the company's product is aiming for the low end of the market.
The history of the ringtone
- by Nicolas Fogelholm
It started with the Nokia Tune, which is a 13 note rendering of Francisco Tarrega's, Gran Vals, who was a 19th-century Spanish musician.
The first ringtones were monophonic, which mean that only one note is played at a time.
Some of the early...moreCell Phone Ringtones
- by Levetta Rivera
If you own a cell phone then you are probably familiar with the term ringtones. A ringtone is the sound or music your cell phone plays to alert you that you have an incoming call.There are several types of ringtones available - polyphonic...moreCell Phones for Dummies
- by Jason D. Barrett
What is a cell phone? I am sure most all of us have been exposed to a cell phone by now. In fact, it is safe to bet that most of us own one or more cell phones already. After all, there are around 1.7 billion cell phone subscribers...more