These are the things I've written that are tagged "phones"


20 December 2011

Sounds good: TextSecure is a replacement for the standard text messaging application, allowing you to send and receive text messages as normal. Why isn’t this built-in to Android? or iOS for that matter? or everything?

Motorola’s Android 2.2 Rollout

24 August 2010

Proving that because you hand them a decent smartphone OS doesn’t mean they’ll know what to do with it: After a leaked Android 2.2 ROM became available through unofficial sources, Motorola sent cease and desist letters to websites hosting the update, according to IntoMobile. The reasoning may be sound — after all, folks who jumped […]

AT&T’s Morale Problem

18 November 2009

I’m sure the sentiment is more widespread than this one rep. Update: AT&T says it’s a hoax, and they’re probably right. Consumerist gets it, though: it doesn’t matter if it’s “true” or not. It felt true, and that speaks volumes about AT&T’s business and culture.

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