Okay, so maybe not Top Secret but hopefully I got you to read this far. This month, we are trying out a new "quicker" news format. Please let me know if you prefer this style to our previous one.
This is what's happening so far for the month of February...
Here's a simple way to know if the iPhone you are buying is new, a replacement, a refurb or a personalized model.
How to make your Android Phone as fast as an iPhone..
ESPN to release a mobile sports streaming service this Spring for $4.99 per month.
Goldman Sachs talking to Apple about a program for their clients to finance iProducts through them.
T-Mobile sued by customer for porting his number out without his authorization.
Apple's SIRI now has iPad competition... Cortana finally comes to the iPad.
Latest Apple iOS 11.3.2 Beta "Battery Management" feature lets you un do Apple's processor slowing.
Think we have it bad? A new French law makes it illegal to text, even if you are pulled over on the side of the road.
The biggest wireless show, Mobile World Congress, debuts the latest Android models in Barcelona February 26th
Rumor has it that Apple is considering a refund for those who paid $79 for a battery replacement.
Unlike Apple, Bokeh Portrait effects are available on mid-line models too, not just their Expensive Flagship models.
How to easily transfer contacts from Android to Android. This works for single as well as entire contact lists.
Dr Wireless now has cloud business voIP Phone solutions for less than $20 per month. Why pay more to get less?
If you're concerned about SAR (Saturated Radiation) from your cellphone, a new study shows Phones are safe.
If you ever wondered which brands have the highest SAR levels, it appears it's mostly Chinese and Korean models.
If you're iPhone X cannot answer the phone or see who the caller is when it first rings, you are not alone.
If your business phone system is not UCAAS, you are paying too much and getting too little as far as features.
Joel Saltzman has over twenty years of wireless industry experience. He is currently CEO and Chief Wireless Analyst for Dr Wireless.