iPhone 4/4S Case Giveaway: Rokform iPhone 4/4S Custom Cases

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With the NHL playoffs in full-swing, Cellular Firm, Canada’s number one source for iPhone 4/4S custom cases, is pleased to announce a free Rokform iPhone 4/4S case giveaway.

How to win?

Stage one:
Find the picture above on our Facebook fan page and guess each custom case’s designated hockey team correctly.

Stage two:
Cellular Firm will announce the members who answered correctly at 5pm ET today.

Stage three:
The winning contestants will then have to create their own custom case. The winner will be judged on their creative colour combination and will be announced 12am April 25th.

Good luck!

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Rokbed v3 Canada: iPhone 4 Customizeable Cases Now Available at Cellular Firm!

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Give your iPhone 4/4S the freedom to look however it wants with a Cellular Firm face lift – you now can customize Rokform v3 protective cases.

Our interactive colour coding application helps you mix-and-match your favourite colours to your iPhone 4/4S without comprising functionality.

As a bonus, Cellular Firm is also offering free shipping across North America on all customized Rokform v3 items!

Take a look around and see for yourself…These babies are going to go fast.

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New iPad Magic by Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales (Viral Video)

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It’s all about timing.

Take three minutes and twenty-three seconds of your day to enjoy the latest New iPad magic presentation coming from MIPIM 2012 at Cannes via Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales.

The presentation?

All on behalf of Stockholm — Europe’s 2010 “Green Capital” — entertaining their way into deep international pockets.

Here you can see the charismatic duo use an exotic looking iPad stand that holds all seven New iPads.

Not only will these multi-rung iPad displays/docks will be the future of iPad storage but will introduce a new wave of marketing.

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iPad Accessory Review: The OtterBox Utility Latch Series is a Good Buy

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iPad Accessory Review: The OtterBox Latch is a Good Buy

Hey, it isn’t rocket science: iPads aren’t SuperMen made out of alien steel.

Indeed, iPads are considered to be mainstream tech “Bling”; sexy and easy-to-use (for some), and, and, and…

But!

Riddle me this: How useful is a high-end tech toy without protection?

Lucky for our loyal fans, Cellular Firm has seen it all and has highlighted a tablet review for our “extreme” tablet user.

Thus, we put our notorious OtterBox iPad/iPad 2 Utility Latch Series to the test.

Here’s what we found:

Pros

Versatile

If you’re a traveler or tablet-user-on-the-go and demand a creative, yet, effective iPad protective case; the OtterBox Latch offers more than your average.

Its versatility gives users the ability to prop the iPad around any decent sized sedentary object.

Think tree stump. Think chair. Even your hand, your arm, your leg.

A good friend of mine uses the OtterBox Latch to prop his tablet behind his driver seat, for his little kiddies to watch movies; or, even for our good friend Willy…(Insert Bad Joke Here)…to quit being such a terrible backseat driver.

Storage

But there’s more…

The OtterBox Latch also offers a miniature bag; about the size of a small pencil case.

Here, you can store your iPhone or any other mobile device safely as you hike through the mountains; searching for a way up to the top.

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As a added bonus, the OtterBox’s lanyard also adds a fashionable twist to your everyday ensemble; allowing you to loosen and tighten your strap as you wish.

Its latch will help you place your iPad up on any corner; allowing you to free your hands, and watch in any movie in landscape or portrait view.

Cons

Dimensions

Although the design is made for heavy duty users, many have reported its edge fabric covers the iPad headphone jack; causing conflict between music lover and iPad protector, so to speak.

We’ve also heard complaints on how the OtterBox Utility Series requires stiffer backing.

And yes, it isn’t Waterproof.

Conclusion

After further evaluation, trial and more trial the OtterBox Utility Latch Series — in the eyes of the Cellular Firm jury — believe the OtterBox Utility is worth the buy.

The jury has spoken: 4/5.

Let us know what you think on our Facebook fan page.

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Leaked: Google Glasses, Your Next Mobile Accessory

Google gadgetry to break out with cyborg-style eye glasses with Internet access and a video camera

Only up until now, has Google’s secret project to share Google Glasses with the masses has surfaced publicly.

Its code name? “Project X,” and is on pace to manifest a futuristic concept once only articulated in fictional fantasy novels and cartoons: Google Glasses — the next step to merging humanity with technology.

Indeed, this is more than just a “rumour.”

Google employees have confirmed Google Goggles will run on Android; providing users with a search results screen in one of the two lenses; with the function to relay information from a mobile phone.

Calls can be made and users can download applications to improve usage.

Its silhouette will capture the blueprint the likes of a rugged-styled Oakley Thump.

Yes, its functionality offers more than style and show; Google goggles’ built-in small screen will most definitely not interfere with user vision.

Its low-resolution camera will have a built-in flash, making it easy for users to snap photos as well as retrieve information from surrounding buildings and scenery.

Sources have also stated that a simple tilt of the head can give the user the power to scroll up and down screen.

The price? Between $250 – $600 USD with an official release date later this year.

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Cell Phone Accessory of the Day: SwitchEasy Eclipse for iPhone 4/4S

Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s about that time for Cell Phone Accessory Friday!

Today, our gaze moves to the SwitchEasy Eclipse one of the top smartphone protectors for its affordability. Essential for the low-maintenance user, it’s reliability trumps all competitors. The iPhone 4/4s cover is a $20 accessory made out of a copulation between hard and soft plastic.

Along with the Eclipse, the box includes:

-2 anti-static screen guards
-1 microfiber wipe
-1 squeegee screen guard applicator
-2 power jack connector protectors
-1 video dock stand

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The Eclipse’s scratch resistant hard plastic cover allows you to effortlessly slide your mobile in and out of pockets. While the soft plastic on the left side panel gives you a nice rubber grip, you’ll have zero problems worrying about clumsy fumbles.

But it gets better. The improved textured button knobs make it easy to help you distinguish which to buttons to press, and its overall silhouette is far from bulky: the epitome of sleekness. Its casing also allows you to utilize all of your camera, microphone, speaker, ringer switch, and home and sleep/wake button features.

However it isn’t as perfect as one may believe. It lacks of rubber lining within the hard plastic shell. Without a lining, dropping your iPhone is more dangerous than it should be.

Despite the limitations, this is a good buy. If you want a sleek cover at a good price, get the SwitchEasy Eclipse!

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WebMD Move Out of the Way, NASA has a Disease-Sniffing Cell Phone

Jing Li, a scientist at NASA Ames, has constructed a remarkable piece of nanosensor technology. This innovative small chip could end self-diagnosis using WebMD and the beginning of empowering everyday consumers to diagnosis disease.

The nanosensor gauges 32 bars in the chip, allowing users to read toxin levels.

This is just another exhibition of how technology is changing business as we know it. Today, with Li’s nanosensor technology, mankind can enable tech chips to respond to several chemicals, differentiate between them, and allow users to monitor their relative levels.

Like the old saying goes, “The sky’s the limit” for its potential. Li’s discovery has the chance to greatly impact disease diagnoses which is ground breaking.

But how does this piece of technology help humans specifically?
The sensor can help those with diseases linked to certain toxin levels like lung cancer and diabetes. Studies have shown that lung cancer patients have higher amounts of nitrous oxide in their body.

Also, people suffering from diabetes have been screened with certain levels of acetone. Having these chemical correlations with particular diseases, will allow consumers to simply breathe on the sensor and have their health read.

Jing Li’s invention will hopefully prompt more studies of diseases and the correlating chemicals in the body.

This will be the new and more scientific way the world will be able to perform self-diagnosis moving forward.

Thank you NASA for adding another invention that everyday people can use on the list!

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WebMD Move Out of the Way, NASA has a Disease-Sniffing Cell Phone

Jing Li, a scientist at NASA Ames, has constructed a remarkable piece of nanosensor technology. This innovative small chip that attaches to your cell phone could end self-diagnosis using WebMD and trigger the start of empowering everyday consumers to diagnose disease.

The nanosensor gauges 32 bars in the chip, allowing users to read toxin levels.

This is just another example of how technology is changing business as we know it. Today, with Li’s nanosensor technology, mankind can enable tech chips to respond to several chemicals, differentiate between them and allow you to monitor their relative levels.

Li’s discovery has the chance to greatly impact disease diagnoses, which is ground breaking.

But how does Li’s innovation help medicine? Specifically, the nanosensors can aid those with diseases linked to certain toxin levels, like lung cancer and diabetes, just by breathing on it.

Studies have show that lung cancer patients have higher amounts of nitrous oxide in their body.

Also, diabetics have been screened with levels of acetone. Having these chemical correlations with particular diseases, will allow consumers to simply breathe on the sensor and have their health read.

Jing Li’s invention will hopefully prompt more studies of diseases and the correlating chemicals in the body.

This postage stamp size chip will change the lives of many. Thank you NASA for adding another invention that everyday people can use on the list!

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Cellular Firm brings in Apple’s top accessory brand: RokForm

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Cellular Firm, Canada’s number one online platform for wireless accessories, has recently introduced RokForm Mobile Accessories to their collection.

CEO Sepher Cadiz stated, “With BlackBerry sales dipping; our main focus at the moment is moving popular products, such as mobile accessories for iPhone and iPad.”

RokForm is noted in the wireless community as being the world’s top Apple iPhone 4/4S, iPad, iPad 2 accessory provider.

With BlackBerry demand at a all time low, Cellular Firm sales have been steady; seeing its RokForm sports themed mobile protective cases selling as fast as they came in.

Cellular Firm also has launched its first aggressive social media and search engine marketing campaign.

“With close to zero effort in social media and search engine marketing, we believe Cellular Firm has a great chance of landing on page one Google.” Said Sepher Cadiz.

At the moment, Cellular Firm is giving away free mobile accessories through their Twitter account and Facebook fan page.

For more information contact info@cellularfirm.ca or visit www.blog.cellularfirm.ca

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Canada’s Mobile Accessory Giveaway: Sport Themed iPhone 4/4S Cases

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If you haven’t been following Cellular Firm through Social Media — stay close — we’re giving away something new every day!

Today, we’re giving any one of our sport themed iPhone 4/4S protective cases. All you have to do is retweet our hashtag on Twitter verbatim: #Cellfirm.

If you don’t have Twitter, add us on Facebook, and like / share this post.

Enjoy!

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