Friday, May 13, 2011

MC2 Post 1019 Why AT&T Service is Still Crappy

and Won't Get Better Any Time Soon

By Wingman (The Kool and the Not-So-Kool Hunter)

FBI: You Might Sue Your Carrier 
If You Knew What They Were Doing
Agency's Top Concern Isn't You, It's AT&T's Wallet

One of the reasons the AT&T T-Mobile deal will likely be approved is that not only is AT&T a powerful lobbying force, but they're now bone-grafted to the nation's surveillance apparatus. AT&T funnels all voice and data wholesale to the NSA, and helps the FBI not only with domestic spying, but has gone so far as to advise the FBI on ways to wiggle around privacy laws.



A Billion Here A Billion There: 
Pretty Soon it Becomes REAL Money :Wingman.

Report: AT&T Pays $6B if T-Mobile 
Deal Fails




Google's Ice Cream Sandwich Q&A's


Ask Maggie: Google's Ice Cream Sandwich and What It Means

Yes indeed, Google announced its next version of the Google Android operating system, Ice Cream Sandwich, at Google I/O this week. Google I/O is the company's annual developer conference, held in San Francisco.

(The different versions of Android are named alphabetically, i.e., Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, and now Ice Cream Sandwich.)




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