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Sprint has entered into arbitrations with Clearwire over access to the 4G network; specifically, should SprintPCS be required to pay a ‘connect’ fee for each device that has access to the 4G network even when that device is not connected to the 4G network.
In a list published today by NewsWeek, Sprint Nextel was listed as one of the nation’s top “most green” companies. The best green company is listed as Dell, followed closely by HP and IBM. Johnson & Johnson coming in fourth with Intel, Sprint, Adobe, Applied Materials, and Yahoo rounding out the last of the top 10 (respectively).
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What Is It?
This handy little app allows you to have a single spot for all your trip’s reservations.
You DO need a TripIt account to use the app, but at least it is free.
Also, the account you register with needs to be the email address you have reservations sent to. (more…)
Due to a class action lawsuit against mobile carrier VZW, the courts have ruled that VZW could pay up to $90 million to its customers for data charges that they never should have been charged for in the first place.
This roughly comes out to about $2 to $6 per customer, depending on your contract and usage summary.
The new iphone promises to do video calls so you can see who you are talking to. This is great, if you’re into that, but there’s soemthing you may not know about it. IT DOESN’T WORK FOR PHONE CALLS!!!!
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It’s no surprise that after Sprint came out with the EVO it was the largest cell phone release of the year, giving way to the fastest mobile network in the US to date. However, for those that don’t know, beware of what you’re getting into.