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Apple and Verizon Wireless announced this morning a partnership that would bring the iPad to Verizon Wireless Stores across the U.S. on October 28. While the collaboration won’t see Verizon compatible technology embedded in the iPad, it will bundle the iPad Wi-Fi with a Verizon MiFi 2200 Mobile Hotspot.
By Courtenay Escoffery One word… Jordan! I love playing these games, but never really shell out 60 bucks for them so I end up playing the title a year late or so. Probably not this time. The “NBA 2K” Franchise has been markedly improving everyear – even downloading relevant stats in real-time, but Jordan has […]
The car is a project of Google, which has been working in secret but in plain view on vehicles that can drive themselves, using artificial-intelligence software that can sense anything near the car and mimic the decisions made by a human driver.
By Courtenay Escoffery While out gallivanting around the city, I happened upon the Samsung Store in the Columbus Circle Shopping center. I figured I’d test my luck to see if they had a Galaxy Tablet Review Unit that I could get my nubs on to try out. Sure enough, the little guy was on the […]
Have you ever worked on your laptop computer with it sitting on your lap, heating up your legs? If so, you might want to rethink that habit.
Started back in 2007, LG’s U.S. National Texting Championship is one of the most important texting events in United States. The fourth annual LG U.S. National Championship took place over two days and started off with 32 contestants. LG Mobile Phones just announced that 13 year-old, Brianna Hendrickson from Brooklyn, NY is the winner of […]
After a new Twitter security hack created chaos for thousands of users, the company said it had fixed the problem. “We’ve identified and are patching a XSS attack; as always, please message @safety if you have info regarding such an exploit,” Twitter said on its status blog. Soon after, the company said the breach had […]
Black sports blogger, JR, who runs the popular sports blog, JR’s Sportsbrief, will be one of 12 podcasters who will receive the opportunity to have a live Youtube stream on a daily basis. Earlier today, his stream went on Youtube and he received a fair amount of responses. YouTube, the world’s largest video site, has […]
As far as I can tell, the Twitter hashtag #wordsthatleadtotrouble got started at about 11 a.m. Pacific Time on Sunday morning, when a user named Kookeyy posted this short message: “#wordsthatleadtotrouble ‘Don’t Worry I gotchu.” A couple minutes later, Kookeyy posted another take on the same theme: “#wordsthatleadtotrouble – I Love Yuh *kiss teeth*.” On […]
On August 9, it was announced that a long-rumored deal between Google and Verizon will happen. Under the agreement Google’s content will have priority on some parts of Verizon’s networks. So what does this mean for African American and Latino web users?
So Google and Verizon went public today with their “policy framework” — better known as the pact to end the Internet as we know it.
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