There were a ton of stories that came out overnight but few of them actually deserve their own individual post here on WPR, so instead you get a lovely digest of the news.
This iPhone is sporting an American number configured to run on T-Mobile? What does this mean?
Well, if you wanted to join the Android revolution at AT&T, but have been finding that your 4G connection isn’t as fast as it’s supposed to be, AT&T is a little sorry about that if you have the Motorola Atrix 4G and HTC Inspire 4G.
The 3DS was already poised to take over the world when it launches, but these features pretty much get it ready to dominate the universe.
Verizon is getting an iPhone, apparently because I’ve been using that network, I’m supposed to be excited. I’m not. I do want to give my opinion on the whole thing though.
Microsoft said today that it has sold more than 1.5 million Windows Phone 7 devices in the first six weeks, but it’s important to note that the number reflects the number of units sold to mobile operators and retailers and not necessarily direct to consumers. And the world cried. “Um, Ok. ..”
In a show of effort, maybe people will stop bitching about how horrible their iPhone connections are.
(This doesn’t really effect me as I don’t own an iPad, but for the sake of calling out AT&T for pulling dick move, I feel that everyone should know about this.) You remember that mythical time of oh…a few months ago when Apple finally launched the iPad and they included price plans for both wi-fi […]
It’s looking like the rumors that Apple and AT&T were going to disconnect their relationship while everyone was standing around in a circle getting hot and buttered about the iPad release are faltering.