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  1. iPhone 4 Update 4.3

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    aepple
    , 03-18-2011 at 09:49 AM
    Seems At&t iphone 4 has a poor battery life since updating to the 4.3, many iphone 4 owners are complaining about a poor battery life since the update.

    I'm happy to report my Verizon iphone 4 has a better battery life than my HTC Incredible. The Verizon iPhone updated is 4.2.6 which is equivalent to the 4.3 version.
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  2. IPhone & Android Spying On You!

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    aepple
    , 12-19-2010 at 06:57 AM
    Well it finally made the news... Applications gathering your information... Invading your privacy.

    Does playing an App game really need your information or any information to function.

    In today world of technology should we be surprise by this

    IPhone and Android Apps Breach Privacy - WSJ.com



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  3. Ipad,Galaxy Changing The World..Again

    by
    aepple
    , 11-09-2010 at 06:16 AM
    I think were seeing a transition between cell phone and tablets... tablets and computers with a tablet that does it all. Touch screens are the new capability for devices with virtual keyboards being the norm and a optional Qwerty keyboard connection as an accessory.

    Laptops are mobile... Smart-phones are mobile, but somewhere in between there's a perfect mobile computer that makes phone calls.

    Technology takes small steps at the expense of the public, what will the ...
  4. Cell Phone Thoughts

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    aepple
    , 10-10-2010 at 06:55 AM
    What's more annoying... listening to someone talking on a cell phone... or listening to someone talking on a speaker cell phone.

    Do people really need to TEXT and TALK, can they just stop and stand still while TEXTING.

    With texting the new tend of instant communication, do people really need to to use AIM programs, not to mention Push-to-talk.. emails.. and if you remember the OLD Phone Call.

    Are Blue-Tooth Ear Pieces really that cool to wear.
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  5. WiFi & Texting...Providers Dream Come Trure

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    aepple
    , 09-12-2010 at 05:41 AM
    The wider use of data is straining the capacity of the networks. So the carriers try to offload traffic from the cell networks. And they are doing exactly what consumers are doing moving to Wi-Fi.

    Fewer people have landlines. A quarter of American homes use only cellphones. We are talking less and texting more. And as we use more data on cellphones that are really hand-held computers, we must search for alternative networks, usually Wi-Fi, to bypass a strained cellphone network. ...
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