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Anyone know of cell phones that may INCREASE in value?
The phones that are really worth some change right now, at this second (various blackberries and palm pre) would never get their asking price in, say, 30 years from now, because all the value in those phones is the inovation, and inovation loses value when everyone ends up doing it.
Trying to think of something I know a bit about that I can collect, keep new in box, and would be worth some money for my kids or something.
Blackberry 8350i problems with youtube??
So my question. Can you connect a Blackberry to a 360 to get a network? we just need to sign in and stuff. Not doing a lot of downloading. Going to pick up a wireless rounter soon.
HTC Imagio video/tv out?
Over time Iâ€™ve heard and read the Moto E815 is the reception king, but itâ€™s not listed on the top 10 list.
Not to get side tracked though, Higher RF = better reception?
Cell phone - wifi feature
I would like the information source to be referenced.
Need help phone not working Motorola
okay so what is the skinny..
Smartphone without data plan... is this possible?
I need a new cell phone and so far, no oneâ€™s been able to â€œsell meâ€ on the right one. The sales rep at T-Mobile gave me this website.
Hereâ€™s my situation:
I have a Palm PDA I use to manage all of my work appointments and contacts. I synch it to Outlook via USB each morning to update it. I am not important enough to need it synched in real-time. I also have a Razr cell phone and I donâ€™t want to have 2 devices.
I have a $29.99 plan through Sprint which expires on 12/17. Iâ€™m completely open to changing service providers. I donâ€™t text, I never go over the 200 minutes in my plan, and I donâ€™t need 24-7 co...
ASCAP sues AT&T seeking royalties on ringtones heard in public
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ASCAP, the group that collects royalties for singers, songwriters and performers, has filed suit against AT&T claiming that the carrier should pay a royalty each time a ringtone, composed or performed by one of its' 350,000 members, is heard in public. The group says that a ringtone is a public performance.
Not so fast says the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The EFF claims that a ringtone heard in a restaurant "without any purpose of direct or indirect commercial advantage," is exempt from copyright law. The EFF goes on to complain that a court ruling in favor of ASCAP could raise consum