HTC Advantage x7500
One, search contacts. Two, find Courtney. Three, alongside her phone number, see her Twitter, Facebook and Myspace updates with the slide of a finger. This awesome little phone is the way to next level social networking- and probably your new best friend. KIN is like an on the go PC that goes one step further in enabling you to update any social network with text, photo, sound and video in a cute, compact, and graphically appealing touchscreen phone. It's not just your contacts either- view a constant flow of updates from your favorite band via their web site, or even your favorite news sites. It's like the newsfeed for your everything! Just like any other mobile internet connection, when you're not getting updates, feel free to surf the web on the phone's easy, navigable touchscreen. The KIN One is a wee pocket sized phone with a full slide-out keypad, its big brother, KIN Two, has the same slide out keyboard but with a wider screen, more memory, and HD video compatibility. Probably the best part: when you purchase your KIN, you're given your own online studio on which you're able to access all your text messages, contacts, videos and images without the actual phone -- So, losers like me who are in constant search of where they last left their phone have not only a back-up, but an interactive server of all things that are important to you. Check out social networking's next of kin by Verizon Wireless, and stay in touch like never before!
So, you took the plunge and invested every last penny in a state of the art iPhone. Add a state of the art case to protect the treasured phone to the bill, and you might end up living in a cardboard box to afford a bit of technology. Luckily, Case-Mate's come up with a better idea: let the iPhone live in a cardboard box! For under a buck, your phone can be buffered from the blows of your daily life! The iPhone 3G/3GS Recession Case isn't waterproof nor fireproof, and the company urges caution in its use, as cardboard in the past has proven feeble, and offers no warranty (it's cardboard), but the real novelty is flaunting your sense of humor and poking fun at the state of our current economy. The ingenious protection device latches together with a simple, self-assembling, idiot-proof tutorial, and the site goes one step further to allow you to access a cut-out template of the case for a Do-It-Yourself Recession Case! Got a lot of funny friends? Case-Mate will personalize your case (even in authentic "Sharpie Script") at no additional cost! Do yourself a favor -- keep your iPhone safe, your wallet full, and your friends smiling with the iPhone 3G/3GS Recession Case!