I have had one of those 5 Terabyte seagates for at least three months. And the reviews start in March on Best Buy.
13 posts • joined 12 Feb 2014
I got take my unlocked Iphone 6s, that has no CDMA radio, and use it with the AT&T, Tmobile, and even Verizon(As they are moving to GSM) with no problem, not to mention the tons of MVNos.
As for dual card phones, of course you can buy them in the US, but no one really needs them as they tend to choose a carrier and stick with it, and most carriers are no offering free roaming options in canada and mexico.
So unless you are road warrior outside of those three nations, you really do not need a dual sim card rig.
Apple Music was released for Android last year...
Also Apple had 44 percent of the smart Phone market and Android 51.
Apple is a single manufacturer while the Android numbers are split out between multiple manufacturers.
So in reality apple is the biggest player who can influence it.
Stop gobbling on Job's dead noodle. Apple would charge three times as much.
This is great for people who only use monitors or who actually want to split the screen or just want this advantage in the living room.
Actually, AT&T in the US did this with Microsoft and their UVERSE service years ago. You could buy a kit that allowed you to use your 360 as an extra cable box and access the dvr and all the features via the Xbox.
How quaint, you call Amazon a non tech company. A company that has been around almost since the dawn of the internet and virtually defined e-commerce as we know it, not to mention on the forefront with it's cloud offerings.
NEWSFLASH, companies exist to make money.
I mean, I guess Apple is the only tablet maker out there that you approve of? Because you can always buy software from third parties on the Ipad or flash different roms onto them...
As someone who is a US and a Colombian Citizen, I would leave Colombia off of your list.
Colombia does not have a leftist government, very far from it. They take their cues from the ghost of Ronald Reagan.
Plus, while the majority of my IT career has been in the states(since the mid 1990s) I did work in Colombia for a latin american multinational concern, and I rarely met any developer who had the coding chops to write something of this magnitude.
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