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Updated 02-21-2014 at 01:06 PM by tavenger5
Originally Posted by nhojy143 A nice, high-quality charger, is unit will power 2 devices simultaneously and at different current levels. The 2.1 amp port is designed for devices that require more current (like tablets), while the 1.0 amp port is perfect for phones, iPods and other smaller devices. Vority Dual USB Car Charger on Amazon
Reg Price: $39.99
Sale Price: $17.00
Also comes with 2 Years Free Replacement Warranty. Cable is NOT Included!
I have been through a lot of the other carriers. All have inflated prices for very little in return. For just 45 a month you get unlimited minutes, text , and data* . It is hard enough to find an unlimited plan from the other guys let alone at a price near this. If you can go with the AT&T sim it works great in my area. Some have better luck with the others. Data speed is great and haven't had any dropped calls. I was able to save a lot of money monthly so I can save up for a cooler phone. PLus
The internet messaging has outnumbered SMS messaging for the first time in its 20-year history, the research firm Informa has found.
Thanks to BlackBerry’s flagship messaging service – BlackBerry Messenger – the users of Apple and Google Smartphones can soon send messages over an internet connection free of cost and avoid the fees charged by the telephone carriers.
Informa reports that the popularity of instant messages surpassed SMS messages for the first time last year and
Apple CEO Tim Cook was interviewed by Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher at the Annual All Things Digital Conference. He gave some hints about new revolutionary products which are being developed by Apple, but refused to give any specific information and to answer to the most pressing questions.
Speaking about the television market, Cook restated that the television technology is outdated, and that the era of new products, which are still not on the market is coming. He said that television