I just switched my service to AT&T from T-Mobile due to issues with an outage and horrendous customer service. Honestly, at times T-Mobile’s customer service (or lack thereof) can make you want to lose it. Yes, their customer service is that bad. Well a man in Manchester apparently had enough, as he went inside a T-Mobile store and destroyed it. The man ripped displays down, smashed phones onto the ground, and even sprayed a fire extinguisher all over the store. This all occurred as a crowd watched from outside the store, and a visibly amused T-Mobile employee looked on from in the corner of the store. The man’s rampage concluded of course, with a trip to jail. It isn’t known what his reasons for doing so were, but I can imagine poor customer service was probably a contributing factor. Take a look at the video below. Read the rest of this entry →
June 23, 2012 in Important Opinions
- LG is putting tablets on the back burner…GOOD! Now if only they would put smartphones on the back burner they’d be in good shape. It’s no secret, I’m no fan of LG’s smartphones. Ever since the G2X debacle, I’ve wanted nothing to do with LG smartphones. In order for LG to gain my confidence, they’re going to have to demonstrate they can make a competent high-end smartphone, and support it. Until then, I won’t be buying any LG phones, and wouldn’t recommend anyone else do it either. Remember, friends don’t let friends buy LG smartphones.
- Verizon is out of their minds! Read the rest of this entry →
June 22, 2012 in News
Well this definitely isn’t what Samsung wants to hear, but apparently all is not well with the “next big thing”. Apparently, there was one Galaxy S3 feature Samsung neglected to mention. The phone’s ability to melt. Yes, you read that right. I said melt. Apparently there is a Read the rest of this entry →
April 29, 2012 in News
Digital business analytics company comScore, has released a report that shows Amazon’s Kindle Fire is the most popular Android tablet on the market. According to the report, the Kindle Fire has captured Read the rest of this entry →