According to Joseph Brown, a developer of hacked carrier updates for iOS, Apple and carriers are “purposefully” throttling the data speeds of the iPhone and iPad to help “even out” the network of some carriers:
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“Apple and the carriers have implented coding to purposely slow down or limit the data
Last month we posted results of study by the American Center for Disease Control that said roughly one in every three Americans text/email while driving, with Europeans not far behind. Now a new survey suggests more adults text or email while driving than teens.
According to AT&T’s ‘Commuter Survey’ and [...]Read More »
Last week, AT&T attacked T-Mobile in an ad campaign that saw full-page newspaper ads highlighting the disadvantages of going with the carrier. According to the ads, compared to AT&T, T-Mobile has “2x more dropped calls, 2x more failed calls, and 50% slower download speeds.”
Now, TmoNews has acquired what is [...]Read More »
Now that the “six-strikes” Copyright Alert System has gone live, and we know exactly how some of these alerts will look like, it’s about time that ISPs revealed how they’ll be implementing the system. Let’s go through each of the participating ISPs one by one and see how each of [...]Read More »
Remember that rumor I posted last week about how Samsung’s phablet Galaxy Note II is coming to the United States? Yeah, well, it is no longer a rumor — it is official.
Samsung has released an official press statement saying the Galaxy Note II will hit Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, [...]Read More »
Looking for the beast known as Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the United States? Your wish may have just been granted.
Through a mix of leaked screenshots and data digs, BriefMobile, TmoNews, and Android Police are reporting the Galaxy Note 2 will be hitting all four major carriers [...]Read More »
This guide will help you to root the AT&T version of Samsung Galaxy S3 to enjoy the real taste of your device, to full extent. If you are looking to root your Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or International versions of your Samsung Galaxy S3, please refer to their respective guides, rather [...]Read More »
For a long time tethering your Android device’s Internet connection to another device was as easy as downloading a free (or paid) tethering app from Android Market/Play Store. Then everything changed when greedy corporations decided they wanted to charge you extra money for sharing your Internet connection, a connection you [...]Read More »
Who has three letters in its name and just brought down the hammer on pretty much every company in the mobile device industry? No, it isn’t Apple. Or Google. Or Microsoft. Or Samsung. Or [insert name here]. That would be NTP my friends.
NTP Inc. is a patent “holding” company [...]Read More »
For the longest time FaceTime was WiFi-only — you could only use FaceTime on your iPhone if you were connected to a WiFi network. Starting in iOS 6, Apple has officially enabled FaceTime over 3G/4G. Now, however, AT&T may be a roadblock.
As reported by MacRumors, any AT&T customer [...]Read More »