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Sprint Vs Verizon

The only bad cell company is Sprint

August 4th, 2016

For the longest time, there was a Big Two of mobile networks. AT&T and Verizon were the only players with good coverage, and T-Mobile/Sprint/US Cellular were for the poor people. Well, times they are a-changing. The latest comprehensive report actually has T-Mobile as the overall winner, with Verizon and AT&T within licking distance as second and third. Sprint, …

T Mobile Binge On List

T-Mobile just made its Binge On unlimited video streaming even better

May 17th, 2016

T-Mobile’s Binge On service is a handy loophole that lets you stream video from select services without it counting against your data cap. Big players like Netflix and YouTube have already been on board, but this morning, T-Mobile’s rounding out the offerings by adding names like NBC and Univision. The announcement today added a handful of …

Cell phone radiation could make you sterile according to studies

August 18th, 2011

You may want to put down your cell phone if you’re planning on having kids anytime soon. According to an article in the latest Journal of Andrology, recent reports have suggested there is a “possible link between cell phone use and semen quality.” The author of the article, Dr. Sandro La Vignera from the University of …

MacBook Pro prototype spotted with 3G modem

August 15th, 2011

Apple has yet to release a MacBook with an integrated 3G modem, but that doesn’t mean the company hasn’t toyed with the idea. A 2007 15-inch MacBook Pro has surfaced on eBay with a built-in 3G antenna and a SIM-card slot. The seller says he or she originally purchased the 3G-capable MacBook Pro “for parts,” …

Carriers dig deeper hole with lack of innovative 4G LTE pricing, Ovum says

August 9th, 2011

Wireless carriers around the world are digging themselves into a deeper hole by neglecting to experiment with innovative pricing models for 4G LTE services. While consumers have exhibited concern surrounding tiered data plans and bandwidth throttling, Ovum believes such models are necessary to combat the growing capacity crunch plaguing cellular service providers. This crunch, of …

Mobile data revenue will grow 23% to $315 billion this year, Gartner says

August 5th, 2011

Mobile data connections are poised grow 11% in 2011, driving global mobile data revenue to $314.7 billion. Market research firm Gartner on Thursday said mobile data connections will reach 5.6 billion this year compared to 5 billion in 2010, driving global revenue from mobile data up 22.5% from the $257 billion earned last year. “Mobile …

Throwback Thursday: AT&T Wireless

May 12th, 2011

As you can see from the above image, the destruction and slow reconstruction of AT&T is quite a story. With the T-Mobile merger currently being debated by Congress, potentially adding another chapter to the saga, we thought it might be a good idea to look at the genesis of AT&T Mobility as it stands today. …

Samsung's Alex Chrome OS notebook details leak

April 28th, 2011

Details of Samsung’s first official Chrome OS netbook, dubbed Alex, have surfaced in Google’s code repository. According to the Chrome OS development site, the Alex netbook will be powered by a 1.5GHz Intel Atom N550 processor and sport 2GB of RAM. A SanDisk solid-state harddrive of an unknown capacity, a 1280 x 800 pixel display resolution, Wi-Fi, Ethernet …

Google: Android location tracking is opt-in

April 22nd, 2011

Let all those questioning their open-source smartphone overlord be silent. Responding to the recent ruckus caused by an O’Reilly article and subsequent report by The Wall Street Journal, Google has let it be known that it is not tracking your location… unless you give it permission. In a statement to blog TechCrunch, Google writes: All location sharing on Android …