Monthly Archives: January 2011

iPhone 4 White Awaited as iPhone 5 Rumours Build

Many sources are reporting that Apple’s oft-delayed white iPhone 4 may finally hit retail shelves at the end of February, February 27th.
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What is taking the Apple competitors so long to come at par with it?

Apple has always maintained its position as the ruler in the producers of the finest technologies. From iPod MP3 players to the latest iPad, it has shown its competitors that it’s not going down, now or never. The Apple computers have always reigned in the minds and hearts of the consumers and so it has always stayed on top. Continue reading

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My husband and I are both retired so some days we watch quite a bit of TV, our problem is the commercials and how awfully loud they are. Both of us grab for the remote to turn it down or … Continue reading

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Verizon iPhone 4 – it is official – FCC

Well, it is finally official. Verizon announced today a CDMA/EVDO version of the

iPhone 4. The device will be using Verizon’s CDMA/EVDO network but it is not

compatible with its LTE4G network.

Verizon subscribers will be able to score the gadget for $200 for the 16GB and $300

for the 32GB versions with a two year contract. Verizon had also announced that the

iPhone available with them has changes necessary to comply with its network and

improvements of the of the iPhone 4’s antenna. Continue reading

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FCC and air planes . . . the missing link

Doubtless, most of the FCC licenses are subject to those who are looking for commercial use; however, there are some that are meant for individual users. We can easily demarcate them by stating that any kind of usage of ultra-high frequency (UHF) require license whereas; the usage of very high frequency (VHF) over 250 at more than 250 watts also asks for a license. Continue reading

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paid programming on cable television

As cab;e TV subscribers we are being ripped off by the cable companies. We are paying for ENTERTAINMENT, and nobody could ever honestly say these BS infomercials on over 90% of all channels late at night are entertainment. congress should … Continue reading

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Verizon failed to port my number after request – twice

How do I file a formal complaint against Verizon for failure to port a number from Vonage after two separate attempts?  Initially I tried online and they prohibited it.  Then I contacted their 866 # and they said that Vonage was … Continue reading

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