Currently, There Isn’t A Mobile “Market”. There Is Apple And Samsung.

Currently, There Isn’t A Mobile “Market”. There Is Apple And Samsung.

Mobile World Congress has come and gone. And while there were a ton of awesome phones (and tablets) shown off, the phone that arguably had the most hype and excitement surrounding it wasn’t there — the Samsung Galaxy S III. HTC’s One series of phones are a sign that the manufacturer is returning to their past focus on design as both the hardware of the One series and Sense 4.0 are some of the best things to come from HTC in several years. LG too had some…

Will T-Mobile’s Late Entrance To LTE Party Help Them? In Short: No.

Will T-Mobile’s Late Entrance To LTE Party Help Them? In Short: No.

T-Mobile has long been a distant fourth place competitor in the U.S. cellar market. While their pricing and various contracts have often trounced the competition (rather easily I’d add), the spotty coverage and generally less speedy (until recently) network has caused more and more people to look at AT&T, Sprint and Verizon for their data-loving tasks. Complicating T-Mobile’s stigma of an “underdog” was illustrated by their resistance to pursue…

LG: “We’re Better Than Google At Building User Interfaces, Working On Becoming Next Nexus Manufacturer”.

LG: “We’re Better Than Google At Building User Interfaces, Working On Becoming Next Nexus Manufacturer”.

Let the title soak into the folds of your brain for a minute. According to Cnet, LG is in heavy talks with Google to become the next manufacturer of Google’s flagship Nexus device, LG’s Ramchan Woo, head of smartphone division told Cnet. They (LG) know that they’ve fallen from their once dominant space in the mobile world (back from their high point in the featurephone era) and want another crack at it with smartphones. So far, unfortunately, their…

Shocker: AT&T To Appeal $850 Fee Awarded To Throttled User.

Shocker: AT&T To Appeal $850 Fee Awarded To Throttled User.

Make no mistake. AT&T’s throttling tactics are a slap in the face to the millions of people who still feed them their hard earned cash. If the carrier were more clear about said plans or had some sort of minimum data cap in place instead, it wouldn’t be so bad. But having instances where someone who has used only 1-1.5 GB on an “unlimited” data plan throttled to unusable dial-up speeds is completely and utterly ridiculous, and even more-so when…

Apple Just Killed BlackBerry Messenger — With A Desktop OS.

Apple Just Killed BlackBerry Messenger — With A Desktop OS.

By now you’ve almost certainly seen Apple big news: OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is coming this summer. The announcement is surprising for a number of reasons. First and foremost, there have been 0 murmurings of the next version of OS X hitting this early. Any talk we’ve seen thus far has primarily said “fall/late 2012″. Quite honestly, Apple’s hallowed “iTV” has stolen most of the Apple news limelight. Equally surprising, however, is…

AT&T’s Data Throttling Threshold Is Based On Black Magic And Unicorns.

AT&T’s Data Throttling Threshold Is Based On Black Magic And Unicorns.

When AT&T announced that they were doing away with their unlimited plan back in the summer of 2010, it made us sad. Capped data just isn’t a good solution for customers. Some joy could be found, however, in the fact that unlimited data users could be grandfathered into the future with their free-for-all data plans after capped data plans took effect. Fast forward a few months and then AT&T’s anti-consumer habits grew stronger; they started throttling…

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