AT&T iPhone 4 Upload Speeds to Be Capped

July 6, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

While many of us were enjoying the iPhone 4’s new capabilities in terms of upload speeds, AT&T have pulled the plug on what makes it possible to use those capabilities — users from several cities are reporting that their upload speeds have been capped to just 100kbps, 10 times less than a few days ago. […]

Verizon Likely to Stop Unlimited Data Plans Soon

June 18, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

AT&T recently moved on to some tiered data plans, and it seems that Verizon are liking the idea and are planning on following through by shutting down their unlimited data plans sometime in the near future – or, to put it in more precise terms, by the end of the year.

Verizon iPhone 4 Rumors Resurface, CDMA iPhone Release Date Could Be Q4 2010

June 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pegatron Technology, the component company, is rumored to be currently in the process of making CDMA iPhone 4 units at its Shanghai production facilities. The news, in fact, has added some amount of steam the Verizon iPhone 4 rumors that had been lying dormant all these days.

AT&T HTC Aria To Say No To Third-party Apps

June 17, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AT&T, which has always been going slow with regard to allowing installation of non-Android third-party apps on the phones on its network, will be continuing with that policy for the HTC Aria too. This might extend the disappointment that Android lovers already has with the network, as they were all waiting to lay their hands […]

LG-LifeSize Executive Video Conferencing System Makes Virtual Meetings Look Easier and Hassle-Free

June 10, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG Electronics and high-definition video communications major LifeSize Communications have come under a single umbrella and the union has given birth to an Executive Video Conferencing System that promises to deliver enhanced video conferencing capabilities.  The system comprises an all-in-one desktop and camera solution and a portable, room-type application. It comes across as a unit […]

Major AT&T Security Breach Exposes 114,000 iPad Owners’ Personal Data

June 10, 2010, By Alex Ion

After an embarrassing moment at this year’s WWDC keynote speech in San Francisco, where WiFi didn’t work as expected, Apple got their name involved in a new one. This time it’s much more important, as we’re hearing a security breach has exposed nothing less than 114,000 iPad owners (including CEOs, military officials and top politicians) […]

Sprint HTC Evo 4G Sales Math Goes Wrong; Carrier Admits to Overstating Figures

June 9, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sprint has got its math wrong. And they have admitted that too. We are talking of the numbers that were being spoken about after the first day of launch on Friday. It may be recalled that the carrier had boasted of posting a company record when it said it had sold the maximum number of […]

Verizon iPhone 4 not happening; speculations set to rest by Apple

June 8, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Even as Apple’s WWDC got off well giving birth to the iPhone 4, somewhere outside Verizon Wireless was in for a shock.  Apple boss Steve Jobs seemed to have gone back on his word that there could be advantages of having the iPhone on more than one carrier in the US. Verizon was definitely looking […]

3G Skype Calling Now Available on Skype 2.0 App for iPhone

May 31, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

 The Skype 2.0 app that allows users to make calls on the 3G network has now become available on the iPhone. The app, which was promised by Skype, had been forbidden earlier by iPhone’s network partner, AT&T as well as Apple itself.   The Skype 2.0 app offers free calling from Skype to Skype using […]

Apple iPad Begins European Sales Journey; Carriers Line Up Luring Offers

May 28, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has kicked off a marketing extravaganza to sell its iPad in the European region. The sales push comes as part of the launch of the iPad in the United Kingdom and other regions of Europe, such as France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Germany. Carriers of the likes of Vodafone Group, France Telecom SA’s Orange, […]

What Facebook Needs to Change About their Privacy Policy

May 26, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Facebook are about to announce the newest changes to their privacy policy, which they’ve been talking about for the last few weeks. So far, most of us are aware that the new changes involve what’s been described as “simplified settings”, but we really feel this doesn’t sound like they’re going in the right direction.

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