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Celling_it

Sep 12, 2012, 8:39 PM
over in the "Verizon Won't Charge for FaceTime Over Cellular" discussion:

Should not be a surprise

Just VZW doing the right thing by the customer the way they always do.
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johnhr2

Sep 12, 2012, 8:17 PM
over in the "Verizon Won't Charge for FaceTime Over Cellular" discussion:

Holy Christ Batman......

Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
Is something wrong with Verizon, they are the most greediest cell phone companies. I figured Verizon model would be like AT&T were if you have Share Data you could facetime free. But GRANDFATHER UNLIMITED PLANS GET TO USE FACETIME FOR FREE!!! Are you sure that is not a typo?

This would be wonderful news Verizon had LTE unlimited data 2Gb of 3G data!!! Which will never happen
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wifi_guy

Sep 12, 2012, 9:57 PM
over in the "Verizon Won't Charge for FaceTime Over Cellular" discussion:

LTE net neutrality rules

Isn't Verizon required to allow FaceTime over cell because of the net neutrality rules on placed on thier 700 MHz spectrum (LTE)? After all VZW did just pay $1.25M for blocking "tethering" apps. Could all of this be the reason for behind the "cold turkey" switch to Share Everything?
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Willwise

Sep 7, 2012, 10:13 AM
over in the "Apple Targeting Pandora, Slacker with Radio Service" discussion:

This story brigns a strange immage to mind

I'm not sure why and do not have the photo shop skills to display the thoughts in my brian, but after reading this I'm picturing an apple shapped death star rising above the horizon.
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Vmac39

Sep 9, 2012, 5:21 PM
over in the "Apple Targeting Pandora, Slacker with Radio Service" discussion:

Rotten Apple

Apples used to be something positive and tasty. Now, Apple is ruining that, by trying to get their core into everything! Now, they're just trying to cross contaminate everything.

AD       discussions continues below...

Slammer

Jul 18, 2012, 9:08 AM
over in the "HTC Hits Apple with Patent Counterclaim" discussion:

Nonsense.

One of the patents pertains to:

---"method and system for central management of a computer network."----

I love HTC, but I must maintain my opinion that any software action that crosses and connects standard use of computation, should remain standardized and not be contained. I cannot and will not agree with HTC or any other manufacturer's feelings that they try to sequester the basic essentials.

Stationary computation transitioning to Mobility should not require a re-write of these basic programs needed for computational use.

These litigation circus shows are growing tiresome and I don't really want to be hit up in financially compensating these companies for their court costs.

John B.
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onewish84

May 24, 2012, 1:53 PM
over in the "Facebook Intros Dedicated Camera App for iPhone" discussion:

update

Sad Crying or Very sad not showing up in market yet htc titan 2
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wrightN

May 23, 2012, 1:12 PM
over in the "Google Redesigns Search for iPhone" discussion:

neat...

does it include "livesearch"? I guess i could always dl it on the demo...
kingstu

May 17, 2012, 3:06 PM
over in the "AT&T Wants Device Subsidies to Be As Low As Possible" discussion:

Why not end subsidies?

I know the consumers would revolt but just offering unlocked, unsubsidized devices would allow the carriers to focus on their networks. I don't have to buy a different TV if i want to switch between cable or satellite or fios.Let device manufactures make devices and allow the customer to choose the device and the network.
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crood

May 17, 2012, 1:32 PM
over in the "AT&T Wants Device Subsidies to Be As Low As Possible" discussion:

In Other News...

...McDonald's wants to put as little meat as possible on the Big Mac and still be able to call it a burger.
5 replies
BLubak1

May 7, 2012, 7:59 PM
over in the "Apple Releases iOS 5.1.1 with Bug Fixes" discussion:

Broke several of my location-aware applications

Is anybody else seeing this after the update? At least four of my applications that depend on using GPS to pinpoint my location can no longer get one; the hunt for my location either goes on forever or the application instantly crashes upon querying. Sad Only one of my applications, OneBusAway, continues to be location-aware.
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Kenzin

May 8, 2012, 10:39 AM
over in the "Bluegrass Cellular to Sell Apple iPhone May 18" discussion:

1 year later...

...look in the list of bankrupt companies for Bluegrass Mobile.

How can they afford this deal? Signing a deal with Apple is like signing a deal with the devil for small rural carriers like this!
BigRed75

May 5, 2012, 12:41 PM
over in the "Sprint CEO Cuts Pay to Reflect Cost of iPhone" discussion:

That's what happens when you sign a deal with the devil

Sprint is a mess
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jeryzkid22

May 6, 2012, 4:29 PM
over in the "Sprint CEO Cuts Pay to Reflect Cost of iPhone" discussion:

Apple isn't the Devil!

How can anyone say that Apple is the Devil? They gave Sprint a bulk discount off the MSRP on each Iphone! Who wants to pay $650 for one iphone when you can pay $649 for each one if you buy more than 5 billion dollars worth of them!!!!! Paranoid
Naytess

May 5, 2012, 3:52 PM
over in the "Sprint CEO Cuts Pay to Reflect Cost of iPhone" discussion:

To all the haters...

...I commend Dan for this decision. Sprint new it'd be a few years before this deal started to work in their favor. However, I'm sure they didn't expect to have their CEO have to take a pay cut to help absorb the initial blow of this deal. I feel it was a good and responsible move on his part.
To all the haters who keep saying "This will be the downfall of Sprint..." - people have been saying that for years. For those of us who remember Sprint under its previous CEO...we remember the mess Dan was tasked with cleaning up after the Nextel debacle, the low customer satisfaction, the inept customer service reps, and the lackluster phone lineup. All of these were reasons why I chose to leave Sprint after being a customer for 8 years. But, all o...
(continues)
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HatesBlackberrys

Apr 24, 2012, 4:35 PM
over in the "Apple iPhone Violates Motorola Wi-Fi Patent" discussion:

"could prevent Apple from importing the infringing devices into the U.S."

"If the commission upholds the judge's ruling, it could prevent Apple from importing the infringing devices into the U.S."


That is so wrong it's crazy. I mean, theoretically,...in the far future, in another universe, they MAY prevent it...but that won't happen. Even if Apple's main job supply is that in China, the US gov will see that Apple is an essential business and will keep them right on importing. And, even if/when they make changes, most of the devices will be already imported and Apple will change the ones prior to importing to make sure they don't have that one infractioning piece.


Either way, nothing will happen. Other than a HUGE waste of tax-payer money for companies to argue which came first: chicken or egg.
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Kenzin

Apr 24, 2012, 2:23 PM
over in the "Apple iPhone Violates Motorola Wi-Fi Patent" discussion:

Holy Snap...

I figured there would be settlements...but to possibly completely cease importing a bread and butter product to the US could very severely damage Apple...bet their investors aren't going to be happy about this!

Also...what does this mean for previous devices already activated and in a customer's hands that is violating this patent? Will they have to be replaced by Apple?!
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Versed

Apr 4, 2012, 1:38 PM
over in the "Alaska Communications Also Offering the iPhone April 20" discussion:

I can see Russia from my iPhone.

I can see Russia and its evil empire from my iPhone. I sure hope the Republicans wipe their data off of this phone before they resell them.
10 replies
Jayshmay

Apr 6, 2012, 12:52 PM
over in the "AT&T to Unlock Off-Contract iPhones" discussion:

Wow!!!!!!

This is shocking!!!! And something that should have happened a long time ago, duh, if a customer is no longer on contract, and is month-to-month, and want their phone unlocked, so be it, ANY phone!!!
12 replies
Amarantamin

Apr 8, 2012, 1:40 PM
over in the "AT&T to Unlock Off-Contract iPhones" discussion:

Mislead Customers...

This act will mislead customers into believing that their ATT iPhones will work on Verizon and Sprint which, to my knowledge, is false.

Am I wrong?
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