Archives for: June 2012
Yesterday, Google announced a new device to it’s lineup: the Nexus 7 tablet.
We have the specs for you, and as usual, our own take on it.
Yes, we at Phonecan are alive. We’re just doing other things lately. Sorry.
We thought we’d pull ourselves away from grilling burgers and enjoying the warm weather where we are to cover some news - our way, of course.
Recently, Verizon Wireless finally announced their new data family share plans (if you want to see the official stuff, Verizon was good enough to launch a page which details the new price plans). And by “new,” we definitely mean new.
The best way to summarize the new plans is with this: minute and texting plans are basically a thing of the past, and data plans are the way of the future. In fact, this is the very thing that some of the Phonecan moderators have been telling people to expect for many, many years. We can’t count the number of times we’ve mentioned to someone that one day a cell company was going to scrap everything, hand you a plan with unlimited voice and text, and ask you to buy a bucket of data. We should have counted, cause now it’s here.
There’s a long list of details, and for whatever reason, much larger and more visited sites around the web haven’t covered it yet. So here it is…