#nottheonion Comcast to enforce 1.2TB data cap in entire 39-state territory in early 2021 — Read on arstechnica.com/information-technology/2020/11/comcasts-data-cap-finally-goes-nationwide-in-expansion-to-12-more-states/
If you don’t look at the latency (“ping”) this could be an old school ADSL on copper – pretty cool. I hope to soon go back to the intersection of Fedora and Olympic (in my previous tests the strongest WiMAX signal between downtown Los Angeles and the beach) to see how the signal is with… Read More Sprint CDMA Rev. A in Santa Monica
Just kidding – of course it is!!! Check out Credo Mobile; they’ll buy out your contract and they’ve about to have the CDMA HTC Hero!
There’s a new Fresh ROM for Sprint’s CDMA HTC Hero! You can get the 1.1 ROM here.
I’m in the middle of my write up of the HTC Touch Pro (Raphael). In the mean time, I thought I’d share the treasures I’ve found during my journey to the underworld of CDMA phone unlocking and custom ROM burning. For noobs, CDMA carriers in the US are $print and Verizon Wirele$$. If you are… Read More Unlocking a CDMA HTC Touch Pro (Raphael)
From a consumer standpoint, this just makes all kinds of sense. T-Mobile is generally regarded as having the worst cellular service of any carrier in the US market. Oftentimes, calls to handsets on their networks get redirected to voicemail without a single ring on the device. Incidentally, this does wonders for battery life, as the… Read More T-Mobile Sprint Merger
The Reg is reporting that HTC’s new Android handset will debut in the UK through the Vodafone wireless carrier. If you can’t wait you can have an imported, unlocked handset for around $500. No word yet on what US carrier will get the device in the US. Perhaps this will be Verizon’s big foray into… Read More New Googlephone En Route