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  1. What do I think of Apple?

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    cray820
    , 09-27-2011 at 01:22 PM
    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

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    Miscellaneous , Cell Phones , BlackBerry , Samsung , Motorola
  2. Bring back the RAZR

    by
    cray820
    , 09-24-2011 at 03:21 PM
    Motorola is launching a DROID branded RAZR on Verizonís network. Motorola I bringing back it old name in hopes that it can stir up some excitement over its newest phone. When I first seen the original RAZR in my hands years ago my first thoughts where ďso whatís so special about itĒ? The truth is the original RAZR was just like todayís iPhone; it was thin, slick, didnít have much you couldnít get any ware else but mostly used as a status symbol.

    That was then. Today the new RAZR ...
  3. AT&T/T-Mobile merger bomb by lawsuits

    by
    cray820
    , 09-20-2011 at 09:27 PM
    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 ...
  4. The G2 is here

    by
    cray820
    , 09-24-2010 at 09:16 AM
    The phone that started it all is making a comeback as T-mobileís HTC G2. The G1 was the first android phone to hit stores back in 2007 and is responsible for Google Androids current popularity. The G2 will succeed the G1 and prove to be T-mobiles leading super phone for the time. Starting today 9/24/2010 through 10/04/2010 the G2 will be available for pre-order. The phone will hit stores on 10/06/2010. Out of box the G2 will already be the first phone to support the HSPA+ network system putting ...