Tag Archive: Data


Merry CultCast, boys and girls! This week: Santa gets a little “grabbyâ€; Apple wins a major lawsuit; our iPhones deserve “rollover” data plans; the incredibly low payouts artists get from Spotify; and the high-end gifts we really want but will… Read more ›

T-Mobile revealed the next stage of its ‘Un-carrier’ plan this morning with the introduction of a new feature called ‘Data Stash’ that’s pretty much just like AT&T’s old rollover minutes, expect for your data plan. The new plans automatically roll any data you… Read more ›

The internet is a fantastic resource, but one that is filled with perils and pitfalls. Even the most seasoned tech professional can fall prey to the dangers that await in the shadows of the net. The only way to fully… Read more ›

If you are like most, you use a multitude of mobile devices. Your data – files, emails, and contacts – are likely spread out, with some on one device, other files on another, and so on. Now you can easily place… Read more ›

Your iPhone can send data pretty fast over a wireless network, but it’s hobbled in at least one regard: the wireless antenna design can’t send data while receiving data at the same time. That means that the data speeds of… Read more ›

T-Mobile has tried to make a reputation for itself lately as the most honest wireless carrier around… but the FCC just had to rap the so-called Uncarrier’s knuckles for lying to its customers about how fast their data connections were… Read more ›

One way you can tell a technology is becoming mainstream is when it starts to have brushes with the law. We saw it in the 1980s with the first computer hacker trials, more recently with the appearance of Google Glass,… Read more ›

World’s first Mac Pro data center comes online

The Mac Pro is one of the most beautiful and powerful computers ever created, but it remains beyond the reach of many small developers due to a price tag that’s bigger than a car down payment. That could change this… Read more ›

Anyone who travels a lot internationally has likely been stung by roaming Internet charges at some point in other. While it is possible to buy or rent a local SIM card when you’re abroad, this requires that your iPhone be… Read more ›

FTC presses Apple on protections for HealthKit data

Apple’s HealthKit app for iOS 8 is great at capturing and storing personal health data from tons of sources, but according to a Reuters report, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission wants to know what it plans to do with all… Read more ›