Here’s a little nugget for some of you road warriors or tech geeks who have to have the latest, coolest gadgets and technology – enter Andiamo smart luggage. Andiamo Luggage is a smart suitcase that helps travelers keep their sanity and travel with ease. This lightweight suitcase connects those on the go with valuable travel information, such as travel alerts, suitcase weight and anti-theft distance alerts, as well as global, secure wireless access. Read the rest of this entry »
As expected, Apple unveiled its new iPhones today at its big event – the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. Surely trying to battle the notion that the “S” versions of iPhones are only minor upgrades, Apple’s adopted the slogan “the only thing that’s changed is everything” for this new set of phones.
The iPhones haven’t changed in size – the 6s is still 4.7 inches and the 6s Plus is 5.5. They do have plenty of hardware improvements, however, including a new 64-bit A9 chip and new ion-strengthened glass. Read the rest of this entry »
The Federal Communications Commission has fined an internet provider $750,000 for using Wi-Fi monitoring systems to jam people’s personal hotspots at hotels and convention centers.
The FCC says that Smart City, described as an Internet and telecommunications provider for conventions, meeting centers, and hotels, was guilty of blocking people’s mobile hotspots in order to force them to pay for Smart City’s Wi-Fi services. Read the rest of this entry »
The Federal Communications Commission is set to fine AT&T $100 million for misleading customers about unlimited data plans.
According to the FCC, “AT&T severely slowed down the data speeds for customers with unlimited data plans and that the company failed to adequately notify its customers that they could receive speeds slower than the normal network speeds AT&T advertised.” Read the rest of this entry »
As you may have heard, Google’s a wireless provider now.
The company unveiled Project Fi on Wednesday – a move that had been hinted at for months. Fi piggybacks on Sprint and T-Mobile’s networks to provide $20 per month unlimited talk and text, with $10 per GB data. Here’s what you need to know about Google’s offering. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m a pretty heavy Android user, and I’m also a big lover of my device(s). So naturally I’m also quite proactive when it comes to keeping them secure. Here’s a tip on how you can hopefully secure your Android smartphone – remember, a disaster is pretty much inevitable! Read the rest of this entry »
IKEA wants to free you from the ugliness of strewn-about cords, and has just announced a new line of furniture that can wirelessly charge your devices.
Not your iPhones, but plenty of other devices. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re on one of AT&T’s Mobile Share Value plans, you’re going to be happy to hear this.
Capped data sucks, but it’s a reality that most of us have to live with. AT&T has just announced that it’s going to help a little bit by letting you take your unused data with you to the next month. Yep, AT&T is letting you rollover data. Read the rest of this entry »
Vimeo announced a new, revamped version of its mobile site. It’s now faster and lets you better use the service without logging in, which should be great for generating more interest from casual users who never wanted to bother creating an account. Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s something brilliant and perhaps an app that should be mandated by all motor vehicle insurance and licensing agencies! The TextBuster is fast and simple to install, works in any vehicle, prevents texting and mobile web access while the vehicle is moving while allowing incoming calls and GPS navigation functionality – nice idea! Read the rest of this entry »