Jun 15th 2010 7:53PM I hope someone makes a better skin for it. I smell an aftermarket opportunity.
Jun 9th 2010 8:52PM @Tammacho Victor says his plan is on AT&T. Yours is on Verizon? So there are two secret plans out there? I suspect any unlimited Blackberry plan means for email only, not for actual internet usage. Can you actually browse the web, watch videos, tether, etc? Why would it matter what phone you have? A plan is a plan, why would it be specific to the Blackberry World?
Jun 9th 2010 2:50PM @NuShrike Apple licensed the name.
Jun 9th 2010 2:48PM @ANGUS188 The rates are horrendous. I checked Canada (going there next week) and it's $1.99 a minute. I am sure there are better choices like getting a pre-paid sim directly from a carrier in your destination country. For example, Rogers (Canada) has various rate plans that are at most 40 cents a minute
Jun 9th 2010 2:33PM @victor Sorry I don't mean to doubt you but I have never heard of this. You have UNLIMITED DATA internationally for $65? There are numerous articles on Engadget, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, T-Mobile forums, etc about how expensive international voice and data are, even when you add the intl package to your plan. You must have some magical plan and to boot, it costs LESS than a standard iPhone users's voice + text + data plan (~$80)
Jun 8th 2010 2:44PM @uwhumpty Thanks to you and Richard both. I will try this first thing when I get home. I appreciate the help.
Jun 8th 2010 2:36PM Sorry for my ignorance but what does a reset entail? Just unplugging it? Or is there some hot key combination that you are supposed to use?
Jun 7th 2010 1:05PM My friends and I talked about how cool this feature would be (custom voices in GPS's) like 5 years ago. Glad it's finally happening!
Jun 2nd 2010 5:37PM I really like that companies are still making sound cards even though 99% of people are using built-in onboard sound. I don't mean that in a sarcastic way either. So that's the hottest bang for your buck soundcard right now? Is it the Essence?
May 28th 2010 4:36PM Just like the current Apple TV iteration, this is great for users who have a majority of content from iTunes. I don't buy any of my music or tv shows or movies from there. I also don't have friends over and watch picture slide shows. Do you? If so, your current Apple TV already does all this. The $99 diskless version doesn't do it better. I guess the only market for this is for someone who was hesitant to buy the ATV originally because of the price point. They'd (the customer) would have to be a huge Apple fan though and highly ingrained in their market offerings.