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Universal Touch Screen Stylus

Posted by admin in Cellphone, Misc., ... | 08.16.2012 - 8:35 am

One of the best things about a new electronic? How about the fact that it’s smudge-free, pristine, absolutely perfect as of that moment. Unfortunately, as soon as your fingers get too dirty and you touch the screen, that perfection is gone.

That’s why using a universal stylus is an extremely good idea, because you can save your screen from all those nasty smudges and temporary stains. They’re also practically dirt cheap, being sold for seventy or so cents for THREE of them. There are many different types of Stylus’, so you can have a variation too if you’d like.

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Sprint to Charge Customers for Online Bill Payment?

Posted by Tim in Cellphone, Misc., Bu... | 03.29.2012 - 9:13 am

So as we have recently heard, Verizon has dropped their attempt to get their clients to pay $2 for every time they pay their bills online. But now more and more rumors have been spreading that Sprint may be trying to do the exact same thing, and it’s got the FCC involved nose deep.

Something like this could end up shutting a company down for good, so the question still remains: “Why is that little bit of extra money so worth fighting for”? How is it going to benefit these already established companies? Sprint has not released any major statements yet, other than to say that it is not just a rumor.

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Chinese Astronauts on the Moon?

Posted by Tim in Cellphone, Misc., Bu... | 03.25.2012 - 9:12 am

Since the dawn of time, we have been in competition with many different countries, whether it be in the atmosphere, drilling for oil, or advancing in technology. One of the countries that we haven’t heard much of is China, but that’s all changed recently when their leader announced that they want to put a Chinese astronaut on the moon. This kind of brought surprise to the world, because they had never really had much of an interest in such a thing before, but so far they are gaining a lot of support.

Only time is going to tell if they actually put forth an effort towards executing this or not.

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Fisker Karma 239 Recall

Posted by Tim in Cellphone, Misc., Bu... | 03.21.2012 - 9:07 am

The much anticipated sports car, the Fisker Karma 239, has been recalled due to a possible faulty battery model. As many know, it is extremely expensive to recall a sports car, so making a mistake like this and being forced to execute one is absolutely wallet-shattering for the company who makes these cars. No reports have been filed about their batteries catching on fire, but the engineers who uncovered the problem are saying that it could still be a possibility.

Dealers are being contacted and new parts are being shipped out to them to fix this issue, but the fact still remains, how could someone miss such a problem before releasing this well-designed car?

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Unlocking your Blackberry Just Got Easier

Posted by admin in Cellphone, Misc., Bu... | 03.20.2012 - 9:32 am

Most Blackberry devices purchased through a contract deal are locked to your network provider. That means that if you want to switch networks, you need to unlock your Blackberry device so that it will accept other network’s SIM cards. Without unlocking your Blackberry, your phone won’t function with other networks.

Unlocking Blackberry handsets used to mean having to pay to do so. Blackberry users would either have to pay their network provider, or pay over the counter at a mobile phone store to have their device unlocked. But now you can unlock your handset for free, thanks to an innovative new site launched by a giffgaff community member.

giffgaff is a community-based mobile service provider that offers users affordable SIM card deals. A giffgaff member has launched an unlocking Blackberry handset site called FreeMyBerry.com, where any Blackberry user can unlock their device for free, and receive a code within 24 hours, without any tools.

Using the site’s service is free and easy, and it can be used to unlock the full Blackberry handset range. All you need to do is download two pieces of Blackberry software from the site, including Blackberry Manager, which most Blackberry users have installed on their laptop or PC anyway. Submit details provided by the software to the unlocking site and your unlock code will be emailed within 24 hours. Once you enter the unlock code, you’re free to use your handset with any network SIM card you wish. The following step-by-step instructional video will guide you through the process if you’re unsure.

giffgaff is a community-based company, which is run by giffgaff users for other giffgaff users. They’ve recently launched the new giffgaff Blackberry service. It costs £3 on top of whichever giffgaff goodybag you choose, and allows you to use the full range of Blackberry services, such as Blackberry messaging. Many pay as you go SIM card deals require you to pay a little extra to access the full range of Blackberry services on top of the cost of your mobile phone top-ups.
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Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network Drop for Third Time

Posted by Tim in Cellphone, Misc., Bu... | 03.17.2012 - 9:05 am

Recently, the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network has completely dropped, leaving users with no access to the internet. Texting and calling became the only options, which sparked a very unhappy trail of customers, flooding rumors about how Verizon’s services might be “shutting down”. This was quickly proven untrue, because their 4G LTE network was restored very quickly. Verizon also released a statement saying that their 4G network was the only utility being problematic, and that everything else should be completely functional.

While this is the case for right now, it wasn’t two or three weeks ago when both the 4G and 3G networks went down for a little while. Hopefully the third time is the last time for all Verizon users.

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