Phone

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell recalls a time when her phone had died and she was tasked with the challenge of remember some important phone numbers, rather than just clicking on them in her contact list. She explains that sometimes, modern day advancements can make us use our brains less. But our […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF was struck by the repeated attempts he has has to deal with people stealing phone chargers in people’s houses! He asks that God “binds the spirit of taking the charger that ain’t yours.” He is fed up with the charger-stealers, who sometimes even pull off a sloppy job […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF says he comes in need because he’s noticing an epidemic just as big as the Zika Virus rearing its ugly head on unsuspecting victims. He says its a “taboo” epidemic, and he’s referring to the way people have been suddenly dropping their phones and cracking the screens! He […]

Marcus D. Wiley is busting out churches whose receptionists don’t know anything about the church! Click on the audio player to hear Marcus further explain his frustrations with…

(KATY, TX) — A new, free app from Katy Independent School District gives parents a chance to see their student’s information. “KatyOnTheGo” can be customized for…

  via:christianpost   The Galaxy S4 release date was confirmed by Samsung for March 14 as the company sent invites to the event today where the device will be unveiled. The invite reads “come and meet the next Galaxy,” and also uses a numerical “4” in place of the word “four” where it says “ready […]

But what if your phone could tell you precisely when and where it will rain?

via: cnn.com (CNN) — Reports have surfaced again in the past week that Facebook is working on a phone. The latest news on the long-rumored project is that Facebook has abandoned its plan to work on both the hardware and software, as Apple does, and instead will partner with hardware manufacturer HTC. The Facebook phone’s software, […]

(CNN) -- As we enter the final months of 2011, the thoughts of tech watchers like me are turning to what we can expect in 2012. Voice recognition in all our devices? Touch control replacing the mouse and keyboard? The death of the wallet as mobile payments become mainstream? Maybe. But what I'm most excited about is something far more audacious: flexible screens.

Jacksonville resident Jerry Brown says his iPhone helps him stay better connected. Jerry Brown, a volunteer at FaithBridge Church on McCormick Road in Jacksonville, hooks his phone up to the sound system to play Christian rock during a children’s Bible club night earlier this month. Religious-themed apps are becoming increasingly popular. SOURCE: The Florida Times-Union […]