Awhile back I blogged about some excellent crowdsourced coverage maps available to customers of major wireless carriers and today I put together this infographic on the state of coverage maps provided by the carriers AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. The inaccuracy of coverage maps does not just exist with [...]
If you’re a regular public transit rider in Portland like me, you will have noticed signs and slogans on TriMet buses and Max trains that regularly suggest that the “Fare is fair” and “We all ride, We all pay” but this week something caught my eye. I was riding a bus down town when a [...]
Carriers are using every spin on words they can in every advertising medium possible to try to hook consumers into expensive multi-year contracts and many don’t want you to know that although they may promise you the “Best Coverage” or “Fastest 4G Network” in reality [...]
I was recently sent a Facebook Gift by Lee Linden, CEO of Karma and head of Facebook Gifts and I must say I am kind of intrigued by the idea of having a gift catalog baked into social media so I can dispatch a gift for a birthday or wedding with a couple clicks of [...]
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