Samsung is offering free one year of Netflix to U.S. customers with purchase of Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 4, Tab S, or 4k TV. You can get one free year of Netflix if you choose to buy any of the above mentioned devices.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler gave the federal government a good reason to be happy in holidays. In mid-December he announced that they have unexpectedly earned billions of dollars for the federal government. T-mobile, AT&T, Verizon Communications and others have paid forty four and half billion dollars for all important network airwaves.
People especially BlackBerry fans were very excited ten days ago when BlackBerry announced Q20. The new BlackBerry Classic Q20 is released on AT&T and Verizon. The phone is received very well as the new orders sold out immediately.
T-Mobile has launched a new limited-time offer on wireless service. The carrier has brought the cost of unlimited data way down for families. T-Mobile customers will be charged hundred dollars for two lines with unlimited 4G LTE data
Those who are on unlimited plan of AT&T are being throttled if they are consuming too much data each month. There were reports that the carrier has stopped throttling unlimited data users but now it looks like the reality is different.
AT&T has cancelled its plan to offer Wi-Fi in the skies. Back in April, the carrier announced partnership with Honeywell International Inc. to offer in-flight wireless service based on its 4G LTE technology. According to T-mobile it wants to pay attention to the acquisition of Mexican wireless carrier Iusacell which is a $2.5 billion. It also means that Gogo's number one spot is in no danger.
Put Skins on "Minecraft" on a Kindle Fire HD - You are given free hand to build whatever you can imagine in a world created by "Minecraft." By the use of different kinds of blocks you can build almost anything. Minecraft also involves some social elements. The popularity of the game is increasing day by day and multiplayer servers.
There are more than one hundred million users who have been tracked by AT&T and Verizon with "supercookies". It also means now Verizon and AT&T has joined Google and Facebook, the other two companies which keep track of users' tastes and interests. According to some reports, the cookies used by these carriers are so powerful that even savvy users can't escape them. This is the reason why they are called supercookies.