It dropped my call, and it felt like a kiss.
Mobile research firm Zokum released the results of a new study today which found iPhone users are 84% more loyal to their product than consumers who have Android smartphones.
Interestingly, however, Android users are more likely to repurchase an Android phone that iPhone Read More
Everyone knew that Verizon would find some way to differentiate itself from AT&T when it began offering the iPhone today.
But few expected the announcement that the Verizon iPhone would support tethering, acting as a mobile hotspot for up to five other devices.
For AT&T users, who have trouble getting a reliable phone signal for Read More
The iPhone will finally sever its exclusive relationship with AT&T today when it debuts on Verizon.
These two telco giants share the same mother, Ma Bell that is, but apparently broadband runs thicker than blood. Jenna Wortham breaks it down for The New York Times:
“I’m not sure iPhone users are ready for Read More
Looks like we owe the idiot rumormongers an apology.
The Verizon iPhone that people have speculated about since September 2008 is really coming true.
Really! This time there is really, definitely going to be a Verizon iPhone, like, for sure!
Verizon has a press event tomorrow at Lincoln Center. ”Join us Read More
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AT&T has offered free Wi-Fi in Times Square to its customers since May as part of a pilot program to test ways of shoring up its cell coverage in areas with heavy use.
The pilot was apparently successful, because AT&T has expanded the area of Wi-Fi coverage in Times Square and is adding more by Read More
Can’t be in Times Square when the ball drops? Here’s the next best thing! Or not.
The Times Square Ball App will stream a live video feed of the party in Times Square, with a countodwn clock and Twitter, Foursquare and Facebook Integration, reports Charlie White at Mashable.
The app is available for Read More
2011 could be a rough year for AT&T.
The carrier is about to drop almost $2 billion to buy spectrum for its 4G network, according to CNET, which will be finished some time in middle of the year.
But it’s no help to the millions of iPhone users who put AT&T in last Read More
Free the Phone
Like all things not yet rendered effortless by an Apple product, cooking can be very hard. Impossible, even. Unlucky for us that certain times of the year make it hard to go without preparing elaborate suppers for our families and loved ones — Christmas, for instance. That holiday is close enough that we should now Read More
Desperately want an iPhone but can’t bear the thought of AT&T’s nightmarish phone service in NYC?
As Nick Saint notes, the new ZTE Peel case essentially transform any iPod touch into an iPhone running on Sprint’s new 4G network.
With the ZTE, any iPod touch can surf the web, run apps that need Read More