These are the most recent forum messages posted by MileHigh8710:
I've never seen one place with NFC posters!!!
So let me get this straight. I get a phone with NFC and I go to my local bar/etc. and find a poster with an NFC chip and tap my phone against it? Where are these posters? how far are we really away from this? So in the meantime this is just pointless to me. It has no real value in today's time, yet at least... :?
Who uses google+
I just don't see the want in switching from Fb to g+ when they are the same thing. It's like starting all over, just all in the name of something new? MySpace to Facebook was a little different with it being a wall garden approach the obvious advantages got people to switch. So what would be an advantage of google+?
Re: The "highest demand"
What? Sprint has one of of not the largest footprint of all the cellphone companies. I travel a lot between Texas and Colorado and very seldom come across a place where I didnt have a signal. Texas has a lot and so does Colorado both have a lot countryside where there is virtually no ppl and yet sprint still gets me a signal not only cell but for data as well
What a society we live in
This new way of business will surely stifle innovation and will prevent new entrepreneurs from being prosperous. This may be worse than government regulation's over-head cost and administration fees.
An Australian asking Siri for directions to a shoe repair...
Where can I fix my sole mate? Siri: I have two options: 1) Go to church. 2) Take your lover to an extravagant get-a-way Corny? I know :)
Let us pray that it's HTC
:D More choices the better!!! Plus I'm so sick of android on everything. We need choices not iOS on the iPhone or Android on "Everything Else." PS I can't wait for Nokia and windows to get rolling.
Yeah I'm no fan of Android either. It's too buggy. Everyone around me has one and are always out of battery life and the phone constantly restarts and etc. I know the android fans will rip me a new one for this but lets be honest, its a piece of crap, I don't care what anyone says. it maybe customizable and all that but it's top of the line crap. I will probably try out the Nokia and if I ...
The 700, does it have a removable battery? I keep reading where they say it's just one block and i don't see any back panel or anything to remove the battery.
hey, I know you are an iPhone fan and was wondering if you can share some advice on a problem of mines. If you don't mind could you answer my concern of mines, do you think Windows would be worth the investment in the long run or will they give up quickly if the nokia/microsoft deal don't show potential early, which I don't think it will. I've seen in the past where Apple will stick it out with some ...
iPhone or Win?
I really want a windows phone but I've already started to get all my content on iTunes. It kind of sucks that all the software is so fragmented which makes the consumer "commit" to a specific OS. I would feel more comfortable having all my content with iTunes because its dependable. I would love to one day get a Mac book air, and a tablet (iPad perhaps), and an iPhone to keep everything on one OS which the advantages would ...
Re: headline change needed
What? It clearly said that they will collect data such a gender, tennis enthusiast and etc. That sounds real personal to me. So from your theory they can learn "everything" about me other than my name and I am to be consider unidentifiable? Don't get me wrong, I'm not too concerned about this due to the fact that if I were a Verizon customer I would just opt out, but lets not act like they are only collecting a ...
The beginning of an end
The ending days of the Apple "App Store"? Is this the way around the tight grip that Apple has with its store? but does this compromise convenience? Now how will they supplement the lost conveience of having an app on your homescreen, but wouldn't manufactures just create an web bookmark available to be stored on the homescreen (if this doesn't already exist I would be surprised)? if so one could just simply go to the web version of all the apps ...
Re: Why would anyone assume that Sprint
Honestly speaking i don't care about LTE/4G it doesn't kill me when I'm watching youtube that I have to pause the video for about 10-20 seconds before i PLAY to allow some time so that I don't start buffering during the video. Plus most of the time I'm on wi-fi in which I never have to pause before play. And you are correct battery life is a way bigger priority over 4G for me as well.
Re: lol im bein 4 srs wut is the iphone?
Well its about four inches in length and it vibrates :D
Re: Bye bye unlimited data?
Yeah but it sure as hell will stop the bleeding. I really wanted to leave but I love the pricing on the data plans is what kept me. This sure as hell will keep a lot of ppl
Why would anyone assume that Sprint
Would get a LTE Iphone? Sprint doesn't even support LTE so this isn't apple's fault. So Unless I'm missing something here, I don't get it :?
Re: What about T-Mobile?
Yeah right, just forget that apple is on AT&T which is the crappiest network of all.
Well if you want a phone that just makes calls, then don't get a smart phone. Get a flip samsung or something. Blackberry's suck, plain and simple Pun intended.
Re: too bad
Driving a Honda for $11,000 one would say its a great car and well worth the price and maybe even a steal for that price. Price a Honda like a mercedes and one would rate the car low because its not performing with other cars that are the same price that has so many more features. So with the new price in mind I wanted to know what would ppl say about the device. Should I go pick one up ...
Re: Touch pad $99 review
How many apps would you say are in the catalog?
Re: too bad
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2391463, 00.asp I think this link should let you know. Someone please leave a review on the product based around this new price tag.
Re: too bad
Yeah I was thinking about getting one as well. I just figured what the hell only $100, cant go wrong. I get on the internet and type documents, notes, calendar, and all of the basics. The only thing that it lacked was the apps, and I'm sure I will find some apps I like and I really think that some developers would look at these ppl that are rushing to get the $100 tablet some apps to use and ...
Re: they need to pick one
First off, when you make a statement as strong as the post that I was responding to, citation should be included in the post, not for ppl to automatically believe you or to go fishing the web for info fighting for you to be proven correct. So no I'm ok. And this is not to say that I don't thing he/she is correct in what he/she were stating, all I'm saying is that it is proper etiquette to include ...
Re: they need to pick one
Can you please cite your source about the technology that utilizes all spectrums? /;|
I want what ever it is that you are smoking
:lol: Web OS is beyond light years ahead of android!!! 8) It didn't do well because of the lack of apps and wrong timing. I think what you experienced was "The learning curve." This is a learning curve to OS that is sophisticated as webOS with all the new swipe gestures and etc. You admittedly said that you got your hands on one kind of leading me to assumed that it was probably something you had in your hands for ...
Re: The FCC needs to do their job
What do you think about Cellstudents proposed solution? CellStudent said: There are two ways to fix this problem. Period. 1) Replace all the cheap, shoddy, accepting-out-of-band-transmissions-as-legiti mate-signals GPS receivers in the world. 2) Increase the guard band size so that cheapskates like Garmin, TomTom and Trimble can keep their lousy second rate radios functioning in the midst of an L-Band LTE rollout. How crazy is this? "We won't let LightSquared use any of their spectrum unless they can use all of it!" Nuts. ...
Re: "Durr.... what's a guard band?" - Julius
I totally agree with your long term solution. This is nonsense. :?
Re: The FCC needs to do their job
So from what you are saying still Lightsquared is in a position that is getting hammered by who ever is responsible for setting up the GPS infrastructure. GPS companies need to upgrade their receivers because by them being cheap and cutting cost is now causing another company possible billions of dollars. Now that hold part their we can go on and on about, the part that most intrigues me is that the government knew about this but yet still ...
The FCC needs to do their job
They need to help with fixing the problem which are the GPS companies and their careless infrastructure. Lightsquared shouldn't have to compromise its business to accommodate an error that it didn't create, but then again lightsquared knew about this problem going in and agreed to fix the problem themselves, so they did ultimately bring this upon themselves. Still to me the FCC should have never let the GPS companies to build so reckless to where their signal is pouring ...
Re: The Fix
Yes you are right on the fourth paragraph of yours. So unfortunately is not really much they can do about the building penetration in the short run :?
Re: San Diego?
Ok. I heard the COL (Cost of Living) is high as gas prices there too. 8O
Re: Where was this 4 years ago?
Android has the old windows philosophy, which is to flood the market with your products. So its not that they are that good but its just every where you turn. Now I'm by far not saying that android is a bad OS, but lets not act like people are dying and lining up outside stores to get them either. They have mastered marketing with the flooding of the market with their product, to the point when the average user ...
Re: San Diego?
I've always wanted to know, is that you don't hear anything about San Diego because its really not much to hear, or is that LA and the Bay area cities are that much better? Because when looking at pictures, Sad Diego looks way better than any other place in California IMHO.
Re: The Fix
But where I was going with the question is, What other spectrum that they own or that is not own by AT&T and Verizon can they use that will penetrate buildings? Now I agree with you that it is a poor signal but its ok/subpar. Now I think they get their advantage from not throttling and offering an unlimited plan against their competitors, oh and no contract perhaps. Those are the things that is keeping me with clear and away ...
Easy to point out the mistake, but provide an alternative.
What would you propose they do better?
This is very impressive
Lets just hope its not too late. I hope not because the more choice and competition then the better it is for us consumers. Depending on when this comes out, I might get this with Sprint. I will be debating on this or wp7-nokia (Hoping they even come out with a Sprint device)
Re: Negotiate with Apple?
Negotiate with Apple?
LMAO good luck with that? :lol:
Apple does it every year
Same screen size and same look and same OS with updates. Not to say I don't like the iPhone, but just saying. RIM had the same approach as apple with the we own our hardware and software and make the same phone with minor changes because why change what's working and what people love. Rim went wrong because they didn't keep their brand refreshed and exciting like Apple does with their advertisements. Apple has created a name for itself ...
Re: You have to love entry level employment
Well HP has the best product hands down. Better than Android OS and iOS. Now that they will license it, they should have a chance depending on how much it will cost the manufactures. Microsoft has a solid OS as well, I think it has more potential than Android but the name of windows has been so tarnished. Microsoft has something a lot of these other companies don't have, and that is deep pockets. Microsoft now teaming with Nokia, all ...
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