I Guess AT&T Will Never "Get It"

Recently, the Fake Steve Jobs blog proposed AT&T customers engage in “Operation Chokehold” to attempt to send AT&T a clear message since AT&T is threatening to end the unlimited data plan for iPhone user who actually use it (a lot). Subject: Operation Chokehold On Friday, December 18, at noon Pacific time, we will attempt to overwhelm the AT&T data network… Continue reading

I Want One!

We are entering a new age of cool! Apple‘s iPhone is a game changer! The bike wheel contains all you need so that no sensors or additional electronics need to be added to the frame and an existing bike can be retrofitted with the blink of an eye. … By using a series of sensors and a Bluetooth connection to… Continue reading

Umm, There’s an App for That…

In one of life’s supreme ironies, AT&T today posted an iPhone app that allows you to report substandard service. That’s right folks. Got a dropped call? No reception? AT&T Marks the Spot [iTunes link] is designed to get that info to your favorite cell company so they can act on it. Let’s see… I don’t have any reception, so I… Continue reading

That’s Right: Tell It Like It Is!

My dislike of AT&T has been no secret on my blog. Others have shared similar disgust both in my blog’s comments section and in personal email. To recap just a single reason AT&T has earned my ire: Because AT&T will not offer me the tethered wireless internet connection* my iPhone supports, I have a Verizon wireless card that allows me… Continue reading

CNN App for iPhone

I have the basic news apps on my iPhone: AP, the New York Times, NPR, even the Wall Street Journal. I’ve had the CNN site bookmarked on my phone until today. I deleted it after purchasing CNN’s new mobile app for the iPhone. It’s the best news site application I’ve seen to date–complete awesomeness! The app only costs $1.99. As… Continue reading