Author Archives: Justin Vendette

Microsoft Fined $731 million by the European Union

By on March 12, 2013

Just last week Microsoft was hit by a €561 million euros ($731 million; conversion rate: $1 = €0.7677) fine for breaking an EU antitrust regulator. Back in 2009, the EU set up … read more →

White House pressuring The Library of Congress to rethink Cell Phone unlock laws

By on March 8, 2013

Two months ago I wrote an article here about how the Library of Congress had made it illegal to unlock cell phones without the wireless carrier’s consent. An unlocked cell phone is … read more →

Important Steps to Take When Selling an Old Computer

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There comes a point in time where our old computer provides no further use to us; becomes outdated for our needs; so, we decide to sell it. Many reasons for selling include, … read more →

Meet a New Beautiful Web Browser – IE 10

By on February 27, 2013

Today, Internet Explorer 10 has arrived for Windows 7 and 8. The newly redesigned browser may not look different from its counterpart, IE 9, but it does come with a whole new … read more →

Google Glasses moves on to the next stage

By on February 22, 2013

Not too long ago I wrote an article about the development of Google Glasses. Now they have moved past the concept side of the project and are going head first into their … read more →

Blackberry Starts off the New Year big!

By on February 5, 2013

Blackberry, formally Research in Motion (RIM), has started off the New Year with some major changes to the company itself along with their product line. Lately, Blackberry has been reaching a point … read more →

New Ruling Now Blocks Unlocked Smartphones

By on January 27, 2013

Have you ever wondered why smartphones online can cost up to $800 whereas inside the Wireless Carrier’s store its only $199? Wireless Carriers do this as an incentive to customers, so that … read more →

PayPal’s Next Big Move

By on January 20, 2013

The global e-commerce online money transfers business, PayPal, is starting to take a huge step into the mobile market. Founded back in 1998 PayPal is a subsidiary of eBay, the world’s largest … read more →

This Phone goes beyond the Galaxy

By on January 2, 2013

With more than half of Americans owning a smartphone it is easy to say many companies want to be number one in the market. There are many different types of smartphones, especially … read more →

Verizon Releases Android Jelly Bean for the Galaxy S III

By on December 16, 2012

Back when the Samsung Galaxy S III was released, Samsung promised their customers that it would receive the new upcoming Android OS, Jelly Bean or Android 4.1. Unveiled back in June Jelly … read more →

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