[UPDATED] POLL: Will you be picking up the Verizon iPhone?

Verizon customers can pick up the iPhone starting tomorrow, and non-Verizon customers can do the same next week. That got us thinking… Will you get a Verizon iPhone? Please take our one-question survey by clicking here. We’ll post the results of the survey later. Oh yeah,  click here to protect your iPhone 4. RESULTS: Of those who [...]


iPhone: AT&T or Verizon?

So I am on the last few weeks of my cell phone plan and I am hit with a conundrum. I have an iPhone and I am an AT&T customer. What I don’t know is do I switch to Verizon now that they will be iPhone ready, or do I stick it out with tried [...]


The 10,000,000,000th Download

That’s it!  Apple has reached its 10 billionth app download from its app store!  That is…a lot.  This was reached in just two and a half years.  That seems insane to me.  That’s easily millions of dollars Apple has made off of their app store alone.  Wow. The lucky person to download the 10 billionth [...]


Verizon Challenges the FCC: What It Means to You

This past Thursday, Verizon issued a legal challenge towards interned restrictions on broadband providers set forth by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). The gist of the challenge is that the FCC currently mandates that broadband providers stay “neutral” in controlling access on their broadband networks. Verizon wants to lessen this rule, and has fair reason [...]

iPhone 4. Available on Verizon February 10

Why I’m excited about a Verizon iPhone and I’m not even their customer

When the Verizon iPhone 4 was announced last week in New York City, I was excited. Honestly more excited than I thought I would be. Even more honestly I didn’t even think I would be excited. You see, I’m an AT&T customer. I switched over from T-Mobile in 2008 simply so that I could have the [...]


Android OS Vs. iPhone

There is a lot of controversy and competition surrounding the iPhone and the Android phones, so I thought I would take some time to write about some of the key differences between the two.  Each of these differences can be interpreted as bad or good for either the iPhone or the Android –either way, it [...]

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