From the CodeCube Brothers, comes Marble Slalom a fresh takes on the ball-roller classification in which you race through many slalom tracks to achieve the best time. While it’s not as addicting as Tiny Wings, I’ve been in love with it since I got it about a week ago. I
I was lulled into sweet gameplay just the other day as soon as I opened up Warner Bros highly anticipated game which was ported from many consoles: Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4. If you’re familiar with the Harry Potter series (I mean, who isn’t?), you know his life is full
On Friday, AT&T announced that they are raising the Early Termination Fees starting June 1. The timing of the change is suspiciously close to the assumed release of the iPhone 4G, leading many speculators to believe it has something to do with AT&T's exclusivity with Apple drawing to a close. Only AT&T may know that answer, but they published an open letter explaining that they raised the ETF for smartphones in order to lower it on basic phones. The higher fee also provides better cost covering for AT&T, since you could buy an iPhone for $199 with a 2-year contract, then cancel, paying only an additional $175 for a total price tag of $374 on a $500 phone (or $600 for the 3GS).
It is tough to not be suspicious of companies like AT&T. But as Occam's razor states, the simplest solution is usually the correct one.
Considering getting a Blackberry or Droid on Verizon's network, but unsure if you'll want to jump ship and trade it for an iPhone once you do? Either hurry or forget it, because Verizon is doubling their early termination fees starting at the beginning of next week.
As you might remember, BGR posted an interesting guide to getting out of a T-Mobile account for free before it expires. Now two more guides have come out of the woodwork for users of Verizon and Sprint Nextel, as well as a few other techniques.