Category: Tech Justice

When Will Android Get Proper, Integrated Visual Voicemail?

After using the iPhone’s intuitive and excellent visual voicemail for the first time, there was no going back to regular voicemail. Except, I did go back when I switched to Android, where the default was (and still is) primitive, regular voicemail. I didn’t know it was such a luxury and that carriers charged $1-3/month for




Chromecast for $35: You Really Should Be Watching Netflix On TV By Now

If you haven’t experienced Netflix on TV, you’re missing out. Netflix’s growing library of content shouldn’t be restricted to small laptop screens, especially when your at home. Without a game console, Tivo, Apple TV or Roku (all of which stream Netflix), I used to hook up a computer to my TV. I was somewhat unwilling




Scam Alert: AT&T’s “Next” and Verizon’s “Edge” Still Not Addressing Transparency Issue

Good news for phone lovers who want to upgrade every year instead of every two years! AT&T and Verizon have essentially come out with leasing programs called “Next” and “Edge,” respectively. On AT&T’s “Next,” for example, you can have a Galaxy S4 for $27/month installments with no down payment, which comes to $324 for the




AT&T Quitely Updates GoPhone No-Contract Plans

AT&T has recently updated its prepaid GoPhone plans to look more like T-Mobile’s no-contract plans. Before the update, GoPhone was designed mainly for short-term customers, such as visitors to the U.S. Plans used to be more expensive for less and the GoPhone network was limited to 3G. Now, GoPhone includes AT&T’s 4G LTE network and




Aio Wireless – AT&T’s No-Contract Service Coming Soon Near You

Aio Wireless is AT&T’s answer to T-Mobile’s popular Simple Choice plans in the form of a new brand and service. It works off AT&T’s nationwide network (4G/LTE included) but you can only purchase plans from stores and online if you live in Jacksonville, Orlando, Gainesville, Tampa, Naples or Ft. Myers in Florida, or Houston, Texas. Aio




Samsung Galaxy S4 Revealed TODAY! Will Eye-Tracking Rumors Meet Reality?

If we’ve hung out in the last few days, you know I’m pretty excited about the Galaxy S4. My internet scouring efforts have revealed some leaked hi-res images and some potential specs. These days, it’s software features that differentiates the weak from the strong and I’m excited to see what Samsung has done with this




More iOS 7 Leaks and Rumors Wanted!

Most of the iRumor Mill concerns itself with what components and new looks the next iPhone will don. These days, however, I am more concerned with what the new iOS has in store. The reason for this is that Apple has already figured ou the iPhone’s form. Whether it be conscious or subconscious, it’s really iOS




Leap Motion Controller – Designed for Windows 8 Without Even Knowing It

These days, at least for technology, the term “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” doesn’t really seem to apply. Sure, the mouse is pretty old, but by no means is it broken, nor is it inefficient. But hey, it’s the future! Let’s do something we’ve always done but in a different, cooler and more




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