by Techiebuzz 7 years ago
Should i Buy An iPhone 4 or 3GS ?Or Android ?
by baconmidget 8 years ago
What mobile phone do you have? I'm just curious the how many people on hubpages use the same phone and which ones are most popular.I have an iPhone 3GS
by L3B0 8 years ago
Simple. iPhone 3Gs (vs) BlackBerry Curve/BoldAlot of people love the "Curve" and esspecially amongst teenagers for its BBM chat client, but the iPhone is loaded with everything the BlackBerry has and more , in my opinion.
by infocity 9 years ago
Iphone 3gs vs Iphone 3g .. Which one is better??
by Dianna Mendez 6 years ago
What are the top three iphone apps you would recommend to someone?There are over 200 apps created each month and it is hard to decide which ones would be useful or even fun as a game. How do you decide which ones are useful?
by Mrs. Menagerie 6 years ago
What is the coolest iphone (or Droid) app and why?My husband just got the iphone and I got the droid and the number of (free) apps is amazing. I even found one that is a balance tool. Sooo much fun!
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