So it's a quandary. Your house is in a service dead zone, and you don't want to shell out $150 more for something you're paying for already. What's worth more, principle or a functioning phone? That decision might be over.
The Expendables, in theaters today, delivers old school, ass-kicking action movie action with an entire constellation of the genre's stars. We talked to one member of the Expendables crew, Terry Crews, about the movie, iPhone apps, and plenty more.
One mysteriously labeled AT&T "VIP" customer (they've complained, politely? Love wearing AT&T t-shirts?) has been gifted one of those handy MicroCell, and no one seems to know why. Viral marketing stunt? Rounding error? Whatever. Free 3G femtocell: Updated.
If there's any phone in the whole world coupled with any service in the whole world that could benefit from femtocell technology, it's the iPhone on AT&T. Luckily, the iPhone has received an update.
AT&T's has just pulled the shroud off their first femtocell device (a box that produces cellphone signals at home). It's called the 3G MicroCell. And we have a few details regarding how it will work.