posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46 0 1. Homotechual (Posts: 65; Member since: 27 Oct 2009) T-Mobile is making sure their not left behind this time, now they just need to show some muscle and attack the other carriers on their commercials, T-Mobile 3G faster then Sprint 4G, kills Verizon and AT&T 3G :) posted on 20 May 2010, 11:39 0 2. networkdood (Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010) Speeds are theoretical and will def not be 21Mpbs, but it should be very speedy, nonetheless. posted on 20 May 2010, 12:50 0 3. VZWtrainer (Posts: 50; Member since: 24 Jul 2008) So does this mean that AT&T is no longer allowed to make the claim of America's fastest 3G network? posted on 20 May 2010, 13:12 0 4. whocares (Posts: 235; Member since: 19 Dec 2009) except they are releasing the same thing so... posted on 20 May 2010, 14:27 0 5. jenna_23 (Posts: 145; Member since: 02 Apr 2010) i dont know if u have been reading the other post were it says about … [Read more...] about Comments for : Metro New York City area says hello to T-Mobile HSPA+
New york city
A group of mobile photographers, known as We Are Juxt, has been on a mission to show just how wide open the possibilities (and results) are with mobile photography.The group recently collaborated with Microsoft to get a collection of some of the finer photo samples taken with the Nokia Lumia 920 and the mighty Lumia 1020 put on exhibit at the Artifact art gallery in New York City.The Artifact is located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and the exhibit featured photographs from “Juxters” Bridgette Shima, Josh St. Germain, Mike Hill, Richard Koci Hernandez, Joel Aversing, Matt Coch, Bard Puet, Andre Hermann, and Jean-Brice Lamal.The exhibit also showcased Windows Phone devices, such as the Nokia Lumia Icon, Lumia 920 and Lumia 1020, so that guests can try them out. There were representatives from the Windows Phone team on hand as well to espouse the goodness of Windows Phone.The exhibit in New York took place last week. If you want to see more of these pictures on … [Read more...] about Photos taken with Nokia Lumia 920 and 1020 went on exhibit in New York City gallery
By Colin Daileda2014-01-01 18:30:39 UTC With the departure of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the city's tech industry loses its most powerful public persona. Replacing him is Bill de Blasio, the former city public advocate who campaigned with a platform that appealed to the everyman, and someone Silicon Alley has greeted with cautious optimism. The new mayor has a robust tech sector plan on paper—one with a big focus on building more of a pipeline between local universities and startup jobs—and he's become something of a crusader for broadband throughout the big apple. But unlike his predecessor, he is unlikely to put the growth of New York City's tech scene at the top of his priority list. He's also expressed some concern over how to regulate companies such as Uber, the taxi-finding app, that disrupt traditional businesses in the city, and he seems unlikely to fill the role of chief digital officer, a position Bloomberg created partly to liaison between Silicon … [Read more...] about How Will New York City’s Tech Industry Fare Under Mayor de Blasio?
On Friday, June 9th, Walt and Nilay recorded the final episode of Ctrl-Walt-Delete live in front of an audience at the School of Visual Arts theatre in New York City. They also had a frequently mentioned special guest on the show, Dieter Bohn. And, by popular demand, we recorded the show for those of you who couldn’t make it. This is the episode you’ve been waiting for. After a two-week break for Code Conference and Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Walt gave us his takeaways from the interviews at Code and the new products announced from Apple. Nilay and Dieter join Walt in speculating what’s next for their world of consumer tech and tech journalism, with a live Q&A as well. I’d like to take this moment to thank everyone who listened to any episode of the show, those who subscribed, those who read and commented on these posts, those who went to our live shows, and those who sent us feedback, insight, and intros for the show. This podcast … [Read more...] about Listen to the farewell episode of Ctrl-Walt-Delete, recorded live in New York City
New York City is in the middle of a transportation nervous breakdown. Never before have city dwellers had so many options for getting around — subway, bus, bike, ferry, taxi, and every sharing app under the sun — and never have commutes been so hellacious. In the midst of all this chaos comes the Ford Motor Company, tossing one more transit option onto the pile in the hopes that it will help make the simple act of getting from Point A to Point B a little less suicide-inducing. Starting soon, Ford is launching its on-demand shuttle bus service Chariot in New York City. The self-described microtransit service will start out in preplanned service areas in Manhattan and Brooklyn, eventually adding routes in additional neighborhoods based on customer crowdsourcing. It’s not a new idea — Via, an app-based communal bus service, has been operating in the city since 2015 — but Chariot has high hopes that its approach to ride-sharing will catch on. Chariot first … [Read more...] about Can Ford fix New York City’s transportation crisis with a crowdsourced shuttle bus?