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1 year, 3 months ago on Google Announces The Samsung Galaxy S 4 With LTE, Stock Android, And The Nexus Experience
This is actually kinda sad @google where is the dedication?
1 year, 6 months ago on Google Shows Us How It's Done With The Harlem Shake
1700 mile road trip to Bozeman, MT!
1 year, 6 months ago on $150 gas card giveaway courtesy of Scout by Telenav
@Mikester I completely agree, apple thinks that once you have bought something of theirs you have entered into a contract! If the phone carrier wishes to limit your tethering, it's unfair that you need to pay for it but you have entered into a contract. Apple for some reason has started to play as a third party judge and instead of keeping the customers happing their keeping the companies happy. Can you say monopoly?
2 years ago on Unlimited free tethering app sneaks its way on to the App Store – promptly removed
I think that finding loopholes are the necessity of invention, it pushes progress forward. Not only does it force companies like apple to make their products more secure, but it also shows companies what the customer truly wants and will do anything to get. I also believe that it forces the designer, the programer, the hacker to be more creative and more intuitive to find the loopholes and then tear them down.