the freshly released Beta 4 update to the iOS 7 program has brought a few new bugs along the way, one being an especially annoying one that's killed inline remote control for most non-Apple headsets. however, this is a simple issue and the positives far outweigh the negatives. Beta 4 has seemingly reined in previous... Continue Reading →
Who cares about ITC ban on iPhone 4?
Certainly, Apple could care less about the ITC ban on the iPhone 4, iPad 2 based on their recent ruling in favor of Samsung.Giga Om recently published that Verizon's president is calling on his White House connections to override the Aug 5th start date of the punishment phase.So, why do i say this? Because Apple... Continue Reading →
AT&T’s “Next” Upgrade Program is a Total Scam
AT&T just announced a new program to allow morons to upgrade to a new device every 12 months. first, here's how it works: choose any device at full retail price, pay for the device in monthly installments over a 20 month period, at the 12 month point, you may return the device to cover the... Continue Reading →
DRO Concepts is now ShiftCases
Some may be familiar with my previous experience with DRO Concepts. Their cases were absolute crap that damaged my device and despite accepting my returned case, still haven't refunded my money and refuse to take my calls or emails. if you've ever been victimized by them, i truly feel for you and all can empathize.... Continue Reading →
Ho Lee Fuk. KTVU and the NTSB can’t be serious.
I get it. even as a half Japanese, half Korean American and disabled USAF veteran, this is hilarious. when I first saw it, laughed in shocking disbelief that any news station would fall for a Bart Simpson level prank like this and to the content itself. however, after a few days of reflection after the... Continue Reading →
Exclusive devices are only good for carriers. Retailers, customers always lose
Nokia's VP of Smartphones, Jo Harlow recently proved how little she understands how the retail market works from a retail and customer perspective in a recent interview with All Things D. She attempts to defend her decision to release Nokia's latest flagship device, the Lumia 1020, as an AT&T exclusive by claiming that carriers are... Continue Reading →