Turn junk into a $5 gift card! Now through January 19, 2013 you can cash in those old and unwanted electronics at Best Buy.
If you got some gear for Christmas (and who didn’t?) now is your chance to cast off your unwanted, broken and generally unloved gadgets. Includes devices like laptops, tablets, e-readers, mobile phones, MP3 players, gaming hardware (console and handheld), DSLR and digital point-and-shoot cameras, and digital camcorders.
The 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona was a display of the latest trends and technology coming to mobile devices around the world. There were many new and impressive gadgets to drool over. But one line of phones (pun intended) really stood out.
We’ve been playing with Motorola’s latest Android smartphone for about two weeks now. What we’ve found is a powerful package with lots of geeky features, but lacking in a couple of very important areas.
The Motorola MB855 Photon 4G is an Android-powered phone for the Sprint network (also known as the Electrify if purchased through U.S. Cellular). Under the hood it features a dual-core processor with 1 gig of RAM, 2 gig of ROM and 16 gig of on-board storage. Power is provided by a removable 1700 mAh battery- that means you can yak constantly for up to 10 hours. The Photon was officially released August 2011.