Ask FoneFrenzy: We are taking your questions for the next podcast

We at FoneFrenzy love to interact with our readers. We want to know what is on your mind this week. Tomorrow we will be recording a podcast and we want to know if you have any questions. They can be long, short, average, or w/e you want. It could be questions on our opinions, thoughts, or maybe you need help with something. We won’t have time to do long research questions on things like how to root a device, but if you want to know what apps we like, if certain apps exist on certain platforms, phones we like, phones we think would be good for you or a family member, then we are more than happy to answer. So let us know. We are accepting any and all questions for the podcast so just let us know in comments. To add a comment just press the ‘Leave a Comment’ button underneath the post title. You can also send us your questions on Twitter to @FoneFrenzy or @Blayze04. Just make sure to add the Hashtag #FoneFrenzy so we can find them. Ask away people, we are happy to answer!

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About Daniel Rodriguez
I am 22 years old, I am a little bit new to writing but I love it and I am addicted to gadgets, whether it be Phones, PC's, OS's. Software. I love it all!

5 Responses to Ask FoneFrenzy: We are taking your questions for the next podcast

  1. steve says:

    With all the new android phones coming out, without regard to carrier (I get decent coverage on all), would you suggest and why?

  2. karenO says:

    What do you think is in store for Palm after the HP merger?

  3. Brian says:

    What are your thoughts of Apple’s iPhone 4, and the media reports regarding Steve Jobs reactions to customers complaints. Could this hurt Apple long term?

  4. Jeremy says:

    Do you believe that RIM can stay competitive in a market when the iPhone and Android are king? Do they have any upcoming models that will be a “head turner?”

  5. mh says:

    Do you agree that Symbian and Nokia are waning brands in the U.S.? If so, do they have hope of becoming a stronger brand and if so, how?

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