Samsung's Galaxy Nexus on Verizon costs a steep $299 even after commitment to a two-year contract. If you're willing to live with half the internal memory, a 16GB model could be heading to Big Red on April 5th for $100 less. According to Android blog Droid Life, this lower-priced GNex will feature many of the same tasty features of its more expensive sibling including Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, an AMOLED screen, and dual-core processing, along with Verizon LTE 4G data. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
StoriesMobile World Congress awes and entertainsThe power of Bluetooth 4.0: It'll change your lifeApple sends out invites for March 7 iPad eventNFC: More than just mobile paymentsSamsung Galaxy S III black ops case for apple iphone x and xs - desert brown to debut by April?T-Mobile turns to Huawei for next MyTouch smartphonesDon't know Huawei or ZTE? You will soonSquare launches iPad app; adios, cash registerLG's WCD-800 goes wireless to power your phoneSprint flaunts snappy Google Wallet video, ReviewsZTE Chorus (Cricket Wireless), Brian, Lynn, and Roger fill you in on what you missed at Mobile World Congress, Also, we dive into wireless tech, with talk of Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC-enabled devices..
Now that Mobile World Congress is officially over, we get a chance to discuss the most newsworthy items that came out of the expo (hint: you guessed it, we ended up mostly talking about Nokia and the 808 PureView.. oops). We also chat about the future surrounding other means of wireless technology, including Bluetooth 4.0, NFC chips, and Google Wallet. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
Put emergency contact and medical information on the iPhone lock screenThe iPhone equivalent of a Med-Alert bracelet is the $1.99 Emergency Aid app that puts potentially life-saving information in your iPhone lock screen and/or your wallpaper: allergies or other medical alerts, the medications you take, the person to contact in case of emergency--whatever information you choose to share, Your Emergency Aid medical profile can include your doctor's name and phone number, existing medical conditions, allergies, medications, medical alerts, and insurance information, The app's emergency resources help you respond to problems small and large: everything from anaphylactic shock to animal attacks and from strokes to overheating radiators, But the program delivers more than just emergency-related advice black ops case for apple iphone x and xs - desert brown and information..
For example, Emergency Aid's Distress screen serves as an emergency beacon by flashing two alternating colors of your choice, or press the Light button to convert your iPhone into a flashlight. One-click numbers can be programmed on Emergency Aid's Call screen: 911 is pre-programmed, and three other numbers can be added for an emergency contact, personal contact, and medical contact. Be sure to protect your private information by activating the app's password feature via the Settings window. If you're expecting trouble, you can set the program's home screen to be the flashing Distress beacon, although the default home page is your Profile; other home-screen options are to show the Resources window or the Call window. The three options for the Emergency Aid wallpaper are MedAlerts and Medications (on by default), Emergency Contact, or Blood Type & Conditions.
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