A problem that counts WiFi usage against the data limit of subscribers may be affecting not just Verizon but also other carriers.
The malfunction of the software that used up through the data allotments every month of some of the users of iPhone may be having an effect on the subscribers on carriers excluding Verizon Wireless.
The previous week, users of the new iPhone 5 on the online support community of Apple have protested that they were driving through their data plans although they were consuming most of their time on WiFi.
On Sunday, the company has subjected a software . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 WiFi anomaly may affect carriers subscribing from Verizon and others
For the last two months, Samsung surprisingly sold 10 million units of their new Galaxy S II smartphones worldwide.
The Handset that handles Google Android system (which is under the patent infringement lawsuit against Apple Inc. for its Android tablets and phones) began selling the Android 2.3.4 “Gingerbread-based S II” in Korea last April.
The phone which features a 1.2 GHz dual processor and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED plus display screen, sold 1 million units in Korea in less than 1 month, and more or less 3 million units in just 55 days.
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Microsoft is giving out thousands of free Xbox 360s to replace boxes suffering from software anomaly, although most users perhaps did not even recognize the trouble.
Gamer Avery Penn said that he got an unexpected email from Xbox Customer Support informing him that he might obtain a latest Xbox 250GB model together with a free one-year subscription to Xbox Live. A software update was avoiding several Xboxes from reading some game discs.
Penn had not recognized the anomaly in any way, and believed it the email may be a scam. Therefore he got in touch with . . . → Read More: Surprised Customers Get Free Xbox 360 Replacements from Microsoft