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Carriers overcount your data consumption, study reveals

09/14/2012, When using mobile phones with data plans, one of the major concerns of the users is to try and keep their data volume low so as not to bump the monthly bill. However, too often users complain that they feel their wireless carriers charge them for more...

Nichio Maru car carrier goes green

01/30/2012, Cars have gone green with the recent introduction of hybrids and fully electric models over the past decade, but what about ships that sail the seven seas? Large cargo freighters are, after all, one of the major sources of CO2 emissions around the globe,...

Google branded SIM card spotted in Spain

09/22/2011, Google started out as a search engine, but over the years they have managed to expand their list of services to include e-mail (Gmail), a smartphone platform which has quickly dominated the marketshare in terms of platforms (Android) and recently even...

AT&T publishes reasons for wanting to acquire T-Mobile

04/22/2011, We all know that AT&T had the intention of buying out T-Mobile to effectively turn into the largest carrier in the US, but why did they want to do it? According to a filing with the FCC published on their MobilizeEverything site, they revealed the...

Verizon gets rid of 1-year contracts

04/08/2011, If you’re the type of person who likes to update their mobile device every year just to keep up with technology, it looks like your next phone probably won’t on Verizon. It has just been confirmed that Big Red will be eliminating their 1-year...

T-Mobile available in 10 more markets

04/05/2011, T-Mobile has just announced that they’ve just added 10 more markets that now have access to their 4G HSPA+ network. Touted as the nation’s largest 4G network, T-Mobile’s 4G service now encompasses 167 markets and more than 200 million...

Sprint gets vocal about AT&T-T-Mobile acquisition

03/28/2011, While Sprint appeared calm and collected about the whole AT&T-T-Mobile buyout when it was first announced, it looks like they haven’t been so cool after all. Sprint has just announced that they oppose the whole $39 billion takeover. At present,...

T-Mobile makes fun of Verizon and AT&T’s iPhone 4

01/12/2011, Verizon’s iPhone 4 is still hot out of the oven and the mudslinging between mobile carriers has resumed. T-Mobile has taken to making fun of the lack of 4G connectivity on the iPhone 4 on both carriers while promoting its 4G network. You can check out a...

BlackBerry Storm3 9570 Canceled For All Carriers?

10/07/2010, While there have been doubts over the arrival of the BlackBerry Storm3, now a notice sent to a developer may indicate that RIM might have shelved the idea entirely. The developer was told that the 9570, a refresh of the Storm2, was no longer being...

iPhone 4 Ultrasn0w Carrier Unlock Released

08/04/2010, Many folks have been waiting for it for since the iPhone 4 was announced, and now it’s finally here. We’re talking about the Ultrasn0w carrier unlock for the iPhone 4, which will allow you to use the iPhone 4 on other carriers. Folks who have...

T-Mobile Launching HSPA+ Service In 19 Cities On July 21st

07/13/2010, Reports are in that T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network will be expanding to 19 more metropolitan areas throughout the United States on July 21st, which is about a week away. Such a move would go some ways to helping the carrier remain competitive against...

Giveaway: Get a Free Pass for eComm America 2010

04/13/2010, We obtained 2 free eComm America 2010 passes to giveaway to two of our “fans”. eComm America 2010, the 3-day conference held at the San Francisco Airport Mariott, on April 19-21. The speakers lineup and the sessions topics look very promising,...

Sprint Offers Satisfaction Guarantee Or Your Money Back

03/31/2010, Are you fussy about customer service and customer satisfaction? It seems that Sprint is very confident of its service, as the carrier has just announced its new “Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money-Back” campaign. If you’re unhappy with...

Google Sharing Advertising Revenue With Carriers?

03/25/2010, Word is going around that carriers are actually getting a cut of the ad revenue when the handsets come bundled with Google applications such as Search, Maps and Gmail, since those aren’t a requirement of Android. Of course, the advertisements served...