6 posts tagged smart phone
Trying a new approach to my videos this week. Everything will be tech related!
iLab Factory has built the new 5, or so they claim. They group has released photos of what they claim is the official build of the expected to be announced later this year…Other stories covered is the huge amount made from and CEO announcing there will NOT be a anytime soon.
So after last week’s episode of Cody Know’s, I was compelled to create a UFO segment after the Alien Life show. We discuss the question; are alien UFO’s real? As well we go over if the our current technology is from reverse engineering alien technology or if it derived form our own human-ingenuity.
Over the past six months or so the buzz of AT&T possibly taking over T-Mobile through a buyout has been off the charts. Some have agreed with this attempted buyout and others oppose it. Initially, I agreed with the potential massive-merger because in my mind (as a T-Mobile customer) I would get better coverage once AT&T attained the T-Mobile satellites. But now that the merger was blocked and reading other articles. I have formed a new opinion regarding the buyout.
Im glad I get to keep the same T-Mobile I know and love. AT&T would force higher rates upon me that I don’t think any T-Mobile customer wants to inherit. One reason why people love the current T-Mobile is because of the amazing deals they have along with some pretty good coverage and data speeds. By keeping both T-Mobile and AT&T on the market, it will force both companies to push themselves and create better products for the consumers.
AT&T’s several press releases stated how they were disappointed with the decision to block the merger. They went on to state how the merger would have helped improve AT&T’s coverage, service, and data speeds. Really AT&T? The only reason you wanted to buyout T-Mobile was to knock out one more competitor. I recommend you use that money to just improve your current network (frankly it sucks). Everyone I know under AT&T complains frequently regarding the coverage/service. It’s not like your prices are cheap either. They are about the price of Verizon’s ridiculous prices. How can you charge so much for your service but yet be labeled as the worst carrier?
Google recently launched their new social networking site dubbed Google+. The site incorporates many features form both Facebook and Twitter. But it makes them even better! The ability to easily share content from both your computer and your phone is done seamlessly. Even uploading a photo is done instantly it seems. The site is still within it’s BETA stages but continues to improve with each passing day. Google is accepting people periodically via e-mail from current users. So if you would like an invite, please let me know.