Tim Cook admitted that the iPad mini with Retina display will be in short supply for the next few weeks, but while Wifi-only units seem to be in-stock at Apple Stores across the country, it looks like Apple is having… Read more ›
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iPhone crime is a huge problem. In fact, New York City’s crime rate went up for the first time in twenty years because people are mugged violently so often for their iPhones. In response to iPhone crime, Apple has made… Read more ›
Getting a gold iPhone 5s has become nearly impossible the last few days – unless you’re willing to shell out some cash on eBay.Â As demand has ramped up to a fever pitch, online shipping estimates have slipped deep into October. To keep track of all the changing shipping estimates Walter Piecyk at BTIG shared […]
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Are you looking to pick up an iPhone 5s or 5c in person on Friday? Good news: Apple and official carrier and retail partners will be opening their doors an hour early. According to iDownloadBlog, corporate and third-party locations for At&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile will open at 8AM right alongside Apple to start selling […]
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When Apple updated its website on Tuesday and added the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to its online store, we were surprised to see that it was only advertising support for two of the U.K.’s four 4G carriers â€” EE and Vodafone. But don’t worry, both Three and O2 have confirmed that the devices […]
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Cellular carriers in the USA are looking to start selling customer usage data to third parties and marketers, this is being done in an effort labeled as ‘personalization’ and using some other boring sounding descriptions. Though the information is supposedly aggregate and anonymous, it still may include fairly personal details like what apps you use, your location data, and web browsing history, and other bits of info that privacy conscious individuals [Read More...]
Europeans will next year be able to take their smartphones anywhere within the EU and enjoy calls, texts, and data without paying a penny more than they do at home. Expensive roaming fees are set to be scrapped by July 1, 2014, after the European Commission voted to fast-track a major overhaul of telecoms regulation.
â€œThey agreed that this time next year we will have got rid of [Read More...]
If you weren’t grandfathered into an unlimited 3G data plan, then you probably spend each minute on your cellphoneÂ judiciously deciding what to spend your data on before you reach your limit. It sucks for users, and it sucks for content providers who want you to stream more videos and consume more content.
ESPN is trying to make thing better for consumers though by striking a deal with the carriers to subsidize your [Read More...]
There’s no doubt that the iPhone is one of the most popular pieces of technology ever invented. The rush of people lining up for hours just to buy one usually causes competing carriers to trip all over themselves for the opportunity to sell the iPhone, except recently the list of carriers clamoring for the iPhone has slowly dwindled to just a few prospects.
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T-Mobile CEOÂ John Legere kicked off the company’s press event in New York City today with an aggressive yet entertainingÂ onslaughtÂ against rival carriers. He called for the likes of AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint to “stop the bullshit” with traditional subsidy models, which T-Mobile has now abandoned in favor of its new “Uncarrier” plans.
“Carriers are really nice to you… once every 23 months,” Legere quipped during his blunt presentation.Â ”This is the biggest crock of [Read More...]