For years, Apple zealots have covered the Internet with the Android fragmentation argument and yet fragmentation has come to Apple's walled garden with the release of two new iDevices, iPad Mini and iPad 4. iOS developers now have to develop apps for several different active SKU's in the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod Touch 4th Gen, iPod Touch 5th Gen, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad Mini and finally iPad 4. You guys no longer have that ammo.
Whether the bigwigs at Verizon and AT&T like it or not, Unlimited Mobile Data is here to stay. Verizon and AT&T will argue that the majority of their customers don't use a lot of data, so they have no need for an unlimited data plan. I call B.S. on that. Here are my Top Three reasons why Unlimited Mobile Data is here to stay.
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Congrats Team USA!
Forget the slumping sales of the iPod for a moment and let's think rationally. The rumors of an iPad Mini can be found on all corners of the web, but none of the articles take into account the iPod series and how an iPad Mini could possibly decimate the iconic iDevice.
I was a very happy customer of Wachovia Bank before the Wells Fargo acquisition of the company but since the purchase, things have gone downhill. Wachovia did everything possible to satisfy my banking needs. Wells Fargo, on the other hand, is complete opposite of what Wachovia stood for. So when it came to using the last 468 reward points in my account, it didn't surprise me when a Wells Fargo agent told me there was nothing they could do.
You can’t watch television without viewing a commercial for Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T or Sprint. In these commercials, the carriers often boast about having the fastest wireless network or unlimited data in the case of Sprint. This got me thinking, which would you choose, slow unlimited data with no throttling or the fastest speed you can get but with a data cap?
Everyone has something that they use to help clear their mind. Whether it be a place where they find tranquility, someone who without saying a word can change their mood for the better, driving a car at one-hundred fifty miles per hour down a crowded highway.. Or one may even have all three.
I don't know what I see when I look inside and I'm not sure I want to. For what lurks beyond the outer layers on my mind is far too.... Questionable, to say the least. When words flow off the tip of a pen as they do mine, who knows what's being written. When does the writer even have control of it's mind? I do believe that there are many things I have yet to encounter within myself, but only because I'm afraid of what may happen when I do so. I love myself for who I am and I know that I better the lives of those around me by doing all that is possible to help when I am needed. I know that what I'm capable of as a person is being limited by my selflessness, but I'm not sure I'm ready to fully unlock whatever may be on the other side of the walls I've created for myself.
Ah, love at first sight. Blood pumping, heart swelling, mind melting love at first sight. The door opens, the delicately toxic scent of fresh paint wafts forward. Take a few steps in, eyes widen, mouth waters. Ode to hardwood floors and wide windows, to new appliances and a renovated full bath. Intercom system? Fastened neatly on the wall. Walk in closet, you slay me. Heat and hot water? You bet they’re included.
Windows 8 and all of its various flavors are set to launch in the fall and Microsoft wants you to upgrade. Through an upgrade promotion that runs until January 31, 2013, you can score Windows 8 Pro for a mere 40 bucks.
Through his beating that one early Sunday morning by LAPD officers in 1991, Rodney King was thrusted into society's consciousness, forcing change throughout America’s Police departments. Even though his name became synonymous with Police brutality, he rebutted the civil rights responsibilities placed upon him through a single sentence that we all should get along.
It seems AT&T and its top brass can’t stop complaining. AT&T complained when mobile market players like Sprint as well as the government (DOJ) went against its attempted acquisition of T-Mobile here in the states. They didn’t want to see it in the light we all saw it as, a potential duopoly between Verizon and AT&T. Now, AT&T’s chief executive regrets giving iPhone users unlimited data because it cost them too much.
I wrote last year about the possibility of Apple entering the console gaming space and if the report by Appleinsider is correct, Apple may have their hand in a gaming system.