Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge Confirmed by Samasung
May15

Iron Man Galaxy S6 Edge Confirmed by Samasung

Samsung has their hands in the new blockbuster movie hit the Avengers which lead to rumors that they will be making special edition Galaxy S6 Edge devices.   There was even fan made concepts on what this device would look like.  Now Samsung has confirm indeed this device is coming. The above photo was posted by the official Samsung Tomorrow Twitter page. While it's only a box for now it's proof that at least an iron man device is...

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Rollover Data Coming to AT&T Pre-Paid
May11

Rollover Data Coming to AT&T Pre-Paid

A little while back AT&T added roll over data to it's post paid plans to compete with the likes of T-Mobile and other cheaper carriers.  Now they have announced that it will be coming to it's pre paid Go Phone Customers...

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Nokia Lumia 1520 is Retiring and ATT No Longer to Sell

If you are looking for a flagship Windows Phone device here in the States your choices just got one device thinner.  News has come that AT&T and even the Microsoft store have stopped selling this device.  Which leaves only the HTC M8 for Windows as the lone flagship Windows Phone device you can get at the AT&T store. Why this device is being retired wasn't made clear there still isn't a replacement flagship on the horizon. ...

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Cricket Wireless: Pre-paid Savor or Satan?
Mar16

Cricket Wireless: Pre-paid Savor or Satan?

The pre-paid market here in the states is starting to taking off with different carriers promising the world but can they deliver? The major carriers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile) all dangle the pre-paid carrot in your face but their prices are only slightly less than going post paid and having them pay $500 toward your new device. This means for smartphone users it's normally not worth pre-paid.  I personally don't like contracts and...

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Australia’s Largest Telcos Target of NSA/GCHQ Hacking
Feb24

Australia’s Largest Telcos Target of NSA/GCHQ Hacking

Australia's three largest telco providers have just been made of aware of a massive hacking into their sim cards by US and British spy agencies (NSA and GCHQ) which may force their hand to recall millions upon millions of sim cards given to customers in 2010 and 2011.  This was done by stealing the encryption key codes to "smart chips" made by Gemalto. This would allow the agencies to access to personal content stored on SIMs, such as...

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