1. Fewer iPhone4 Dropped Calls on Verizon, report finds

    According to a report featured on Ars Technica today, data has been found that supports a general consensus: there are fewer dropped calls for iPhone 4 users on Verizon’s network. According to the data collected by the research group, ChangeWave Research, Verizon Wireless iPhone 4 users reported having around

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  2. AT&T/T-Mobile Merger = Cellphone Soviet?

    So AT&T is trying to eat T-Mobile. OM NOM NOM. There have been several good articles that have come out over the past few days. Personally, I’m a fan of Ars Technica’s rendition of this particular situation (credit to them for being the inspiration for my

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  3. Is AT&T robbing you blind?

    A report came out yesterday at Macworld that AT&T may be cheating iPhone and iPad users out of some data that is rightfully theirs. As everyone is well aware, AT&T switched to a system last summer that changed their data plan offerings from having unlimited data

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  4. Steve Jobs and the Signal Bar Disappearing Act

    [![Full Bars! Illustration]( "Full Bars!")]( Credit: Jesus Diaz of Gizmodo There has been much talk recently of the issues with signal reception in Apple’s new golden child, the iPhone 4. Ever since

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  5. AT&T is giving away money? Not likely.

    There has been a lot of speculation about AT&T allowing people to upgrade to the iPhone 4 early. If you don’t know what I’m talking about click the link at the bottom. If you do, I just wanted to highlight this paragraph: The other, more intriguing

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