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The ultimate question here is whether Americans will be allowed to use and own devices capable of storing data out of the government's reach. I say we should be allowed. If Apple announces the new iPhone 7 is secure and unbreakable even by Apple, t…
10.10 was bad, 10.10.1 was worse as far as WiFi between my early 2011 15" MacBook Pro and Cisco/Linksys E4200. Mail was so buggy as to be barely usable even using 10.10 on Mac Mini Server as a mailstore. 10.10.1 Mail.app was no better. Never befor…
If this doesn't fix Mail.app (which has been getting suckier for many years) then I have a spare external HD necessary to overwrite Yosemite with Mavericks. Have no love lost on Mavericks for removing the option for automatic open-in-new-window for…
Blaming lackluster performance on competition is an admission that one's products are not exceptional. Not any better than anyone else's. Not as good as others.
Quote: Originally Posted by mpantone The graphics I see on the T-Mobile USA page says "Starting April 12th" and there's a big pink "Learn More" button. Apparently, you need to have a qualifying postpaid phone plan to be eligible for the free …
OK, so how do I do it? At http://www.t-mobile.com/ I only see full list prices and no options for the free data plan. Obviously I'm in the wrong place.
So all the "experts" are wrong and Apple didn't really need a low cost iPhone.
Only reason I continue to use Pandora is that my Logitech Squeezebox doesn't do iTunes Radio. Want an easy way to screw up a Pandora channel? "Like" a Grateful Dead song. Shortly your Boston or Phish channel morphs into a Grateful Dead channel. You…
Garmin needs some competition.
T-Mobile lost me last year for lack of an iPhone 5. Don't know what all the fuss is about coverage, my T-Mobile phone roamed freely (no charge) on AT&T/Cingular's networks. I made special effort in 2007 to get a quad band GSM phone no ma…