Needed more proof that the Blackberry Venice Android phone was real? The early leaks were convincing enough, but the device -- which might be AT&T exclusive when it launches -- has been leaked in a new series of photos.
As a university professor, I typically preface each lecture with, "It's time to put your cell phones away for the next 50 minutes." Reluctantly, and sometimes with what appears to be great difficulty, the students put their phones out of reach. Indeed, the cell phone's popularity is increasing along with its functionality in all populations, including college students. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, more than 90 percent of college-aged adults own a cell phone. ... [Read More]
T-Mobile is today taking action against a small percentage of customers abusing the mobile hotspot feature by enforcing its terms of service. T-Mobile customers who sign up for unlimited data plans are given 7GB of data allotted specifically for mobile hotspot use. Users who exceed that 7GB tethering cap experience reduced speeds for the remainder of the billing cycle. According to T-Mobile, some users are hiding their tethering activity to get around the limit and consuming far more than the... [Read More]