posted on 01 Mar 2014, 00:01 13 1. Johnnokia (Posts: 1158; Member since: 27 May 2012) Yes, Regular users do care so much.. Even my Grandma told me ''Have you see the beautiful new Nokia?, they said it gonna be very affordable'' posted on 01 Mar 2014, 00:10 16 2. Florin.T (Posts: 273; Member since: 16 Dec 2013) Um, the question was if they know or care if it's based on Android, not if they know or care about the phone in general. posted on 01 Mar 2014, 00:17 7 4. Johnnokia (Posts: 1158; Member since: 27 May 2012) Yes Florin, 8. Tas09 (Posts: 7; Member since: 08 Jan 2014) Johnnokia, you missed the whole point of this article pal. This article is NOT, and I repeat, it's NOT about the phone in general, rather it's OS and how it functions. posted on 01 Mar 2014, 00:18 4 5. alterecho (Posts: 1102; Member since: 23 Feb 2012) If they know it forces Microsoft services on the user, they won't care. 16. sharks (Posts: 236; Member since: 16 Feb 2013) … [Read more...] about Comments for : Yes, Nokia’s X phones are Android-based, but will regular users know, or care?
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posted on 20 Dec 2011, 01:48 5 1. ILikeBubbles (Posts: 525; Member since: 17 Jan 2011) google. oh for the love of god let it be google. posted on 20 Dec 2011, 02:06 1 2. Phonecall01 (unregistered) Shocker..!! posted on 20 Dec 2011, 02:20 4 3. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 5993; Member since: 22 Dec 2010) Dan Hesse is probably the happiest person in the U.S. cellular business today. Well, maybe the T-Mo employees who were going to be let go if the merger had happened, might be happier. posted on 20 Dec 2011, 02:29 3 4. mctcm (Posts: 204; Member since: 19 Oct 2011) Sprint isnt buying T-mobile. posted on 20 Dec 2011, 04:01 2 5. belovedson (Posts: 1058; Member since: 30 Nov 2010) obviously you didn't read the article or the comments. it makes no mention that sprint wants to buy posted on 20 Dec 2011, 06:04 0 7. mctcm (Posts: 204; Member since: 19 Oct 2011) i read the article. they imply t-"T-Mobile still could be a suitor for a carrier with a much … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sprint happy with AT&T’s decision to stop proposed T-Mobile purchase
posted on 15 Apr 2011, 16:51 9 1. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010) "a duopoly will result in slower network and device innovation." Tue true true.Never saw it that way. That sentence will sure make FCC turn down the Merger. Or i hope so. posted on 15 Apr 2011, 19:51 1 20. wowe1234 (unregistered) Don't forget that At&t will be bringing in more profit so Sprint will be out sized related to profit in the bidding process from the size of At&t and Verizon in the next Broadband spectrum auction which will happen in 2012/2013 with trice the spectrum that will be available than the last spectrum auction. The Spectrum is being ordered by the FCC right now. posted on 15 Apr 2011, 19:53 2 21. luis_lopez_351 (Posts: 951; Member since: 18 Nov 2010) And And And! At&t will get slow-er! posted on 15 Apr 2011, 17:07 7 2. DJLegacy2k5 (Posts: 212; Member since: 28 Jan 2011) How will it cause a slower network? The networks can be used to … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sprint’s Dan Hesse speaks out against AT&T’s purchase of T-Mobile
posted on 24 Mar 2012, 01:01 9 1. Droid_X_Doug (Posts: 5993; Member since: 22 Dec 2010) At least the FCC is not taking the lies being spewed by AT&T without responding. What a novel concept - hold the teller of lies accountable for the lies that are being told. posted on 24 Mar 2012, 04:22 2 8. ardent1 (Posts: 2000; Member since: 16 Apr 2011) Here's a novel concept: Pointing out droid_x_doug continues to say some of the dumbest things on phonearena.com. Recall d_x_d stated ATT was going to engage in a hostile takeover of TMobile. That comment was really just dumb! posted on 24 Mar 2012, 06:37 0 9. darkkjedii (Posts: 26558; Member since: 05 Feb 2011) Doug x doug is jus going with what he hears from anyone, but AT&T cuz he doesn't like AT&T. Did the FCC response deny AT&T's pledge to bring 5,000 outsourced jobs back to the US? No it didn't... Who says the FCC isn't lying, just to cover their tracks in making a dumb decision that's now causing … [Read more...] about Comments for : FCC responds to AT&T’s attack on T-Mobile’s layoffs
posted on 12 Mar 2012, 00:56 0 1. cellphonator (Posts: 298; Member since: 29 Oct 2011) International versions of any phone always worry me about the warranty. Are they all covered here in US in case something goes wrong with the phone? Amazon sells phones that say "no warranty"... posted on 12 Mar 2012, 01:20 0 2. Kaze105 (Posts: 21; Member since: 15 Feb 2012) Considering low coverage of LTE and even proof from Verizon that LTE isnt that wanted yet, AT&T is better off selling the Quad core with Tegra 3. They would probably sell a lot more of that one instead of the LTE version. posted on 12 Mar 2012, 02:37 2 3. torr310 (Posts: 1230; Member since: 27 Oct 2011) the dual-core and quad-core are from different companies and technology. You can't say quad-core is better just because it has 2 cores more. we need more evidence to judge. posted on 12 Mar 2012, 02:53 1 4. jove39 (Posts: 2041; Member since: 18 Oct 2011) Even though...I know that s4 performance … [Read more...] about Comments for : HTC One X and its Quad-core Tegra 3 visit the FCC with support for AT&T’s HSPA+ network
After months of hype and speculation, Fujifilm has officially lifted the veil on its latest mirrorless camera, the X-T2. A second-generation camera, the X-T2 takes a healthy dose of aesthetic inspiration from its predecessor while stepping up its game in terms of specs.Updated on July 8, 2016: We added new photos from the X-T2 launch event in New York City, as well as some first impressions (not a full review).Stylistically the camera looks similar to the X-T1, but not so inside. At the heart of the X-T2 is a 24.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor. A massive improvement over the X-T1’s 16-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor, this third-generation variant, first introduced in the X-Pro2, is capable of shooting up to 11 frames per second (fps) when used in conjunction with the Vertical Power Booster Grip, a new battery grip released alongside the X-T2. The sensor also lack a low-pass filter, which helps to enhance image quality.In addition to still … [Read more...] about Fujifilm’s X-T2 retains retro styling, but shoots faster, and now in 4K
If you’re one of those constant second-screeners, diving to your smartphone or tablet’s IMDB app to get the scoop on actors and other info from TV shows and movies while streaming, things are about to get much easier.Amazon’s X-Ray is a longtime friend of those watching Instant Video content on Kindle Fire tablets and smartphones, serving up intriguing information about on-screen content. Today, Amazon announced the service is migrating from those small screen devices to TVs, as X-Ray will soon be available for Amazon’s Fire TV and Fire TV Stick streaming devices.Peter Larsen, Vice President of Amazon Devices, explained the appeal. “We’ve all been there: you’re sitting on the couch, watching a favorite movie or TV show, and a familiar face enters the scene – but you can’t for the life of you remember who he is, or what other movies he’s been in,” he said. “X-Ray solves this – it integrates the vast … [Read more...] about Amazon’s X-Ray on Fire TV and Fire TV Stick will help you remember that actor’s name
AT&T’s flavor of Galaxy S II isn’t available until October 2, but a security hole has already been discovered. The user generated lock screen security features can be easily bypassed. It has been confirmed that this security hole is only on the AT&T version of the phone, and not on Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch.When a person selects to have a lock screen on Android phones they have three options, a sliding pattern, a pin number, and a password and all of those lock screens can be bypassed on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II. It’s actually pretty surprising how easy it is to get around the lock screen, there are only two steps in the process. First you press the lock/unlock button to bring up the lock screen, then you wait until the screen turns black, and then you press the lock/unlock button again and the lock screen is gone.The only way that the lock screen will be effective is if you happen to turn off your phone prior to losing it. When powered on the user … [Read more...] about Updated: AT&T’s Galaxy S II already has security issues, and it isn’t even released yet (Samsung responds)
BARCELONA -- Will Microsoft hold on to Nokia's three new X phones on Android once the deal to buy Nokia is final in the coming weeks?Computerworld asked three analysts at Mobile World Congress whether Microsoft will keep Nokia's X phones and got three decidedly different answers: One said yes, one said no, and a third said both yes and no with conditions. Microsoft is expected to close on the purchase of Nokia's Devices and Services business by the end of the first quarter.The Nokia XL has a 5-inch screen and Nokia's new user interface on top of Android software.In a blog post Monday, Microsoft said it was pleased the X phones include Microsoft services, such as Skype, OneDrive and Outlook.com, and said the company would remain committed to Windows Phone as its primary smartphone strategy.The statement seemed to both support X phones while still giving preference to Windows phones and left some Microsoft observers still uncertain about the future of X devices. Still, the statement said … [Read more...] about Nokia’s X Phone Line: What Will Microsoft Do with It?
The Linux operating system is known for security. From the bottom up, Linux was designed to be a platform to be trusted. There is, however, one weak link in the chain. This weakness didn't just appear, nor is it considered a security bug on any given radar. What I'm talking about is the antiquated X11 Window server still found in use on most Linux distributions.For those that don't know, X was originally designed and released in 1985 and X11 in 1987. X.org replaced X11 and was originally released April 6, 2004. When X was originally conceived, the computing world was in a completely different state. Both X and X.org lack a few very important security features that are critical for modern era usage and hardware: All X applications have access to everything on your screen All X applications can register to receive every keystroke, regardless of which window said keystrokes are typed within Applications such as browsers can be remotely controlled such that keystrokes can be forged as … [Read more...] about Linux’s X.org server is vulnerable. Here’s how to stay safe.