You know, sometimes we long for the days of the old handheld phone, where all we did was hold the handset up to you ear and simply spoke into the receiver…and not worrying about any kind of potentially harmful emissions coming from it as you did so. And just as recognizable as a smartphone is today, the handset on the phone was completely recognizable no matter where you were in the house or office.
Fast forward to today. We are now using our cell phones as our main phones, forgoing the use of land lines. But that doesn’t mean we should have forgo the benefits of what the old school phone had to offer. That’s where the ePure handset comes in. And Cult of Mac Deals has the ePure handset on sale right now for only $59.99 – a savings of 60% – and this offer includes free shipping!
Pyle is definitely making some waves out in the waterproof-gadget space with their hydrophobic earphones and speakers.
We’re venturing out into deeper water with this next Pyle gadget, though, as it’s pretty unusual: The Surf Sound Talk is a waterproof Bluetooth hybrid handset-speakerphone capable of taking calls, if not actually underwater (due to the inability to conduct a conversation with one’s mouth full of water) then at least while splashing around a pool, in the drink or under a shower.
The iPhone just got a lot cheaper thanks to Virgin Mobile.
Following the iPhone’s prepaid debut on Cricket Wireless just a week ago, Apple’s hugely popular smartphone is now available on Virgin Mobile. Like Cricket, Virgin is offering the handset on a prepaid basis, with prices starting at as little as $31 per month on the company’s Beyond Talk plan — which includes unlimited data, and unlimited texts.
Take advantage of the company’s offer and you could save yourself around $800 a year.
Android may not be every Mac user’s cup of tea, but it’s the biggest mobile operating system in the world, and it’s important to know what’s going on with Android — what it’s doing right, and what it’s doing wrong. Here’s the best stories that hit today over at our sister site, Cult of Android.