By PhoneNews.com Staff on June 18, 2013
We tackle PRISM, Edward Snowden, and how we’re going to cover recent national surveillance topics.
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By Christopher Price on May 21, 2013
Let’s talk a minute about PhoneNews.com, and where we’re headed.
By Christopher Price on January 1, 2013
This year, PhoneNews.com turns ten. Here’s what we have planned.
By Christopher Price on October 9, 2012
We’re announcing the creation of two forums, one for normal people, and one for those that aren’t.
By Humberto Saabedra on August 19, 2012
We have a new link to help spread the word for joining the PhoneNews.com team.
By Christopher Price on June 19, 2012
If you haven’t used the Mobile Edition of PhoneNews.com in awhile, it’s time to take another look.
By Christopher Price on June 7, 2012
You know our stance on iOS, you know we spoke out about sideloading first. Now we feel it’s important to tell you why we’re sending an app to Apple (again).
By Christopher Price on June 3, 2012
We bring back one of the oldest sections on PhoneNews.com, and call out to you, to help us make it great once again.
By Christopher Price on February 7, 2012
Here’s the deal: we need writers. Good writers. Good writers that know tech and telecom. Here are the qualifications: 1) You have to be able to write… well. 2) You have to know your tech. If you know your LTE from your WiMAX, and know how to be on the pulse of things. 3) You […]
By Christopher Price on January 18, 2012
While SOPA and PIPA were already pretty close to being DOA before all the web site shutdowns you’re watching today… it shouldn’t be any question to PhoneNews.com fans that we would oppose them from day one. It’s pretty clear why, we’ve been targets of the kinds of actions that SOPA and PIPA could (easily) rain […]