AT&T’s ‘Next’ Plan vs. T-Mobile’s ‘Jump’

Mobile carriers seem to battle it out more often than guests on that “not-to-be-named” popular daytime talk show. If it’s not over plan pricing and data packages, it’s over who does or doesn’t have the iPhone. But now with that available in nearly every major carrier, who or what will enter the ring for the next blood bath of advertising cage matches?  Contracts and Upgrades….Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

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Apple’s “Army of New Products” and the iWatch

By:  Josh Bickham
Originally posted on GizmoCube.com
Tim Cook says to expect “an army of new products this fall”.  Apple has already announced the release of new Mac Pro’s, Mac Airs, OS X Mavericks and most importantly the newly designed iOS 7 during WWDC 2013. So what other brigade of products can we expect to see marching in as we await for Apple to ‘release the Kraken’?

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AT&T iPhone Customers get Wireless Emergency Alerts Update

By Josh Bickham

If you didn’t notice, sometime in the recent past when you picked up your iPhone, you might have seen a message that said “Carrier Settings Update: New settings required for your device have been installed”.

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WWDC MMXIII

By Josh Bickham:  Originally posted on GizmoCube.com

WWDC has come and gone, and for those not caught drowning in the wake of awe and amazement, the wave of anticipation is almost too much to handle for the things that are about to come.

Apple did not introduce their new iPhone, nor did we see a new iPad at this year’s WWDC 2013, but that’s not really a big surprise. What they did do was provide a shocking new look at their complete redesign of iOS 7, the new OS X Maverick, and the new Mac Air and Mac Pro.

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