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As I noted previously, my wife’s Pantech Matrix cell phone has taken a beating. It’s been dunked in water. Twice. And while we were able to dry out her phone without any problems the first time, it didn’t survive the second dunking.

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Do you have an iPhone and an iPad? Do you wish you could share your iPhone data connection with your iPad for a little surfing sans wifi? Sure, you could buy a 3G iPad and pay a ton for the service, or… You could jailbreak your iPhone.

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After resisting the temptation for close to a year, I’ve finally decided to jailbreak my iPhone. My main motivation for doing this is to be able to tether my MacBook Pro to my 3G connection. I’d also like to be able to give me kids mobile internet access for their iPods and/or netbooks when we’re traveling.

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How to Check Your iPhone Data Usage

by Michael on June 2, 2010 · 0 comments

With AT&T’s recent announcement that they’ll be discontinuing their “unlimited data” plans for new customers in favor of their new “DataPlus” ($15 for 200MB) and “DataPro” ($25 for 2GB) plans, you might be wondering (like I was) how to check your data usage. Fortunately, it’s easy.

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Have you ever noticed that the iPhone shrinks your photos when you e-mail them? The iPhone 3Gs is capable of shooting 3 megapixel photos, so who wants them downsized to 800 x 600 when e-mailing them? The good news is that it’s easy to avoid this problem and send full-resolution photos.

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Dark Spot on iPhone Camera?

by Michael on July 20, 2009 · 52 comments

About two weeks ago, I ordered a new iPhone 3Gs from AT&T. It arrived quickly (within two business days) and I rushed over to pick it up. Once activated, I tested it out and everything seemed to be working well, so I headed home.

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