Tag Archives: iphone
AT&T WiFi Calling

AT&T WiFi Calling Firewall Ports

Several of our office users were excited about AT&T’s WiFi Calling rollout this past week. We work in a moderately populated area, but are plagued by unfortunate office positioning with a nice and sturdy metal roof. So far, with limited testing, the results are fabulous and users at the back of the office are now receiving crystal clear voice […]

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That Ship Has Sailed

Can Windows Phone and RIM Survive BYOD?

It has been exciting the past couple of years to watch the rise and dominance of iOS and Android over the established mobile phone platforms of yesterday.  It isn’t every day that shifts in dominance take place, for example Excel overtaking 1-2-3 or Chrome overtaking IE.  Apple’s release of it’s iconic mobile device and subsequent […]

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Android is Enjoying the Success of Leftover Consumers

Update 8/16/2012: Seems like I may not have been so far off in my predictions.  Bryan Bishop of the Verge reports that a January 2011 report from Apple asking why consumers would choose Android powered smart phones over iOS seems to point to a consumer preference to stay with their current provider.  If you like […]

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Busted iPhone 3G

So I am at my niece’s birthday party last weekend and I get to talking about my new iPhone with my brother-in-law’s brother, Chris. To clarify – he is my wife’s sister’s husband’s brother, get that? Anyway, Chris whips out his old iPhone 3G and HOLY CRAP the face of it looks like it has […]

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