For a long time Apple computers had been cruched up by the support of schools, film production companies, and a very small base of hard core fans that purchased the computers. If there is any more supporters then most people donít know about it. But about a decade ago they suddenly bust into the scene with an innovative products called the iPod. Later came the iPhone and the iPad enabling Apple to dominate the mobile world. Letís face it; no matter how you may feel about the iPhone it is dominating
Updated 09-27-2011 at 04:04 PM by cray820
AT&T/T-Mobile merger bomb by lawsuits
How many of you out there think that the AT&T and T-Mobile merger is busted? *Raised hand*. I have to admit that early on I believed that the merger will continue to go through in spite of huge protest from consumers, business and some politicians. However it appears though that competitors and the government is willing to fight the hard fight to block the merger. AT&T isnít giving up. They are sticking to their lies, re-organizing
Choosing a cell phone carrier, the right type of phone, and the right operating system can be a daunting task that may completely turn you off form even purchasing a cell phone. You may find the phone you like but itís provided by the carrier you donít want to do business with. To solve the problem some users attempt to unlock their cell phones to use with the carrier of their choosing.
Donít expect the carriers to be willing to unlock the phone for you. Though courts have ruled
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Federal legislation is being proposed in the Senate that would bring an end to the anonymity of prepaid phones, which are used by people in New York City with all kinds of reasons for not wanting to be linked to a phone number.
Under the new bill, anyone buying a prepaid phone would have to give identification, and retailers would have to keep the records for 18 months. The sponsors, Senator Charles E. Schumer, Democrat of New York, and Senator John Cornyn, Republican of Texas, said