AT&T take note. If you’re going to kill unlimited plans, this is how you do it: 3 UK launches “The One Plan” — 2,000 minutes, 5,000 three-to-three calling, 5,000 texts, 1GB data.

AT&T take note.  If you’re going to kill unlimited plans, this is how you do it: 3 UK launches “The One Plan” — 2,000 minutes, 5,000 three-to-three calling, 5,000 texts, 1GB data.

As much as I harped on AT&T’s new data plans, for a fair share of moderate to light data users, it was actually a good move. But that still doesn’t excuse the fact that AT&Tis ignoring their most passionate heavy user data base. And with the way mobile apps and mobile data consumption is going, that pool of heavy users is only going to grow. Data aside, you’ve got to deal with minutes and texts too. And thats where carriers really rape you. …

WWDC 2010 — Everything you could possibly want to know!

WWDC 2010 — Everything you could possibly want to know!

The days leading up to WWDC were just as stress-filled as ever, with nerds around the world constantly bickering back and forth as to what Apple was going to reveal. Now that the dust has settled and everything has been ‘splayed before our eyes, it’s time to get into the nitty gritty of Apple’s latest portfolio. So without further fan fare, jump inside for the full rundown of WWDC 2010… iPad Steve started off the event with the iPad, highlighting…

The worst idea I’ve ever heard: US Gov’t to slap 5% tax on all electronics…to “save journalism”.

The worst idea I’ve ever heard: US Gov’t to slap 5% tax on all electronics…to “save journalism”.

Leave it to the U.S. Gov’t to come up with one of the worst ideas known to man kind. Much like other places around the world are unfairly subjected to bogus taxes on electronics under the false guise of “saving the music industy, movie industry, journalism, etc”, our own government is now falling in line. Specifically, the FTC and the U.S. Gov’t are releasing some suggestions as to how the country as a whole might be able to “save…

You don’t go to the store and buy a new computer with Windows 2000. Why do it with your smartphone? [Android fragmentation]

You don’t go to the store and buy a new computer with Windows 2000.  Why do it with your smartphone? [Android fragmentation]

I could point this post in th direction of the Twist and how it in and of itself is a lower-end cellphone, but really, it’s probably going to end up something like “Fragmentation is killing Android”. Well, the truth shall set you free they say. So here goes nothin’… The Motorola Twist (rumored designed pictured below) is the latest Android handset to be pushed out by Moto. The supposed specs on the document above show that instead of wowing…

AT&T: “Verizon’s first 4G phones are going to suck, resemble fat bricks”. Me: “Good! No more clam handing…”

AT&T: “Verizon’s first 4G phones are going to suck, resemble fat bricks”.  Me: “Good!  No more clam handing…”

Say what you will, 4G is coming this year to the masses (relatively). It’s going to be awesome. Sure, 1st gen products are usually just betas. But are you going to sit there and tell me you’re going to pass up a chance to pick up a 4G phone, whatever it may be, and be part of the “exclusive” first 4G crowd? I know I want to be. To me, and you, and probably a few others, Verizon’s late-2010 4G rollout is the beginning of exciting stuff. For…

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