As part of the Apple-Samsung legal dispute, Apple has revealed a survey which it undertook in January 2011 before the iPhone appeared on Verizon. It revealed that 48 percent of people would choose Android over iPhone if it allowed them to stay with their carrier.
Everyone moans about their cell carrier. According to a brand new Pew survey on that very topic, 77 percent of us are dissatisfied with with download speeds; 72 percent gripe about dropped calls; and 69 percent are annoyed at the amount of text message spam we receive. But what annoys you most about your cell carrier?…
With a new LTE-enabled iPad in your mits, the internet is your oyster. At least, for a few days—because reports are already popping up that it's insanely easy to burn through a generous data allowance in mere hours thanks to that ultra-fast data connection.
Men, take some advice from ForbesWoman and YourTango.com. If you want to find Mrs. Right, don't bother looking until you have a job.
Sonopia's idea is simple. They let you, Joe One-Pack, create your own wireless provider customized to your own liking. Then, with this provider (which is free, and you don't even need to sign up to use yourself) you can get your friends, family and coworkers to join up and pay you monthly fees for wireless coverage.
With all the recent news about getting out of your cellphone plan from a txt message change, we're reminded of another method we've heard. The trick? To move to an area where that provider has no coverage.