Sunday, 21 November 2010

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Sprint Claims it’s position as the only ‘True’ 4G carrier in the US, 4G Wars Continue

Posted: 21 Nov 2010 10:09 AM PST

There has been a lot of debate over the current 4G situation across the networks in the U.S. AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon claim to each have 4G networks, or planning such networks, but that hasn’t stopped Sprint coming out and stating in a recent video that they are the only carrier with a true 4G network.

"Other carriers might claim to have a 4G network, but right now Sprint is the only national carrier with a true 4G network."

In the video found below, Sprint is discussing the availability of it’s WiMax 4G network that has just been unleashed in Los Angeles. We see Michael Galluccio, Sprint’s Sales Manager New York Metro, using pipes as a visual reference for how each carriers network can perform. Sprint simply stated that 4G is about capacity, a capacity in which they have the upper hand in.

Also of note from the video, we learn from Teresa Kellett, Director of Sprint 4G, that we will be seeing a lot more 4G in the coming months. In fact, we will have 4G all the way east to Ontario, and then as far south as Anaheim, Santa Ana, and Huntington Beach.

Click here to view the embedded video.

[Via IntoMobile]


Watch Android’s eating habit evolve! [Video]

Posted: 20 Nov 2010 08:47 PM PST

I’m not a big fan of stop motion videos, but this is one of the best and most awesome stop motion videos I have seen in a while. This little green Android just has a never ending appetite.

This little guy starts out by eating a cupcake, then downing a doughnut, even demolishes an eclair, and then finally enjoys some delicious looking Froyo as it has hit the later stages of its life. Wait! what is that Android doing to that poor apple! Someone please stop him. Check out the video below.

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What if Darwin had discovered the Angry Birds species?

Posted: 20 Nov 2010 03:19 PM PST

Now we have an angry bird’s poster after seeing the Angry Birds cake the other day. Darwin’s sketches might’ve looked like this picture below, if he had been describing the species of birds in the popular game Angry Birds, and not the Galapagos finches.

This picture printed out into poster form would make a great gift for any ornithologist who also loves playing Angry Birds, or anyone who happens to be as obsessed as I am about Angry Birds. Big props to the creator of this image, and if he or she does start to sell prints I know I’m going to be ordering one for sure.

Via [Zero Lives]


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