The Mauz Kickstarter project gets a CES 2013 debut as a working prototype of the iPhone-based mouse replacement shows off its gesture-control technology. LAS VEGAS--We tech writers are constantly comparing real products to what we've seen in sci-fi movies. I'm still waiting for my Hoverboard, but at least we're inching a little closer to some "Minority Report"-style computer interfaces with the Mauz, a device that turns your iPhone into a mouse with special skills. Mauz is like a combination of the Wii remote, the Kinect, and a desktop mouse. It involves a small device that plugs into your iPhone and an app that makes the magic happen.
The amount of iPhones coming in has accelerated since T-Mobile began actively looking to poach customers dissatisfied with AT&T's service, or looking for a more competitively iphone 8 case ebay priced plan, The carrier launched a campaign in September to get customers to make the switch, and even featured iPhones for demonstration purposes in its stores, T-Mobile has made it easy to switch from AT&T (Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel iPhones run on a different frequency and aren't able to run on T-Mobile's network), and Ray said the growth has largely been organic, He added that T-Mobile would further step up its promotional efforts, likely through local advertising means..
While T-Mobile offers a more attractive price than AT&T, the drawback with switching over has always been that the iPhone would be stuck on the slow 2G network. But late last year, the company began building its faster HSPA+ network, which it calls 4G, on the same frequency that AT&T's iPhone uses. T-Mobile will continue to be aggressive in poaching AT&T customers even when it gets the iPhone, Ray said. The carrier is scheduled to get Apple's smartphone sometime this year, though Ray was mum on any details. He said customers may be more willing to switch over to T-Mobile when they know they can upgrade to the latest iPhone with the carrier.
T-Mobile is scheduled iphone 8 case ebay to hold a press conference later today, Check back in with CNET for all of the details, Over the last four to five months, the carrier has been adding iPhones at a monthly run rate of 100,000, LAS VEGAS--For a carrier that doesn't actually sell the iPhone, T-Mobile certainly has a decent amount of them on its network, There are 1.9 million iPhones on T-Mobile, and the carrier has a monthly run rate of 100,000 new iPhones coming in, Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray told CNET..
Verizon acquired some 700MHz licenses in the lower A block in various markets during the FCC's 2008 auction. It also bought the nationwide 700MHz in the upper C block. Verizon has used the upper C block 700MHz to build its nationwide 4G LTE network. Because the band plans are different for the lower A block and the upper C block 700MHz spectrum, Verizon cannot easily integrate this spectrum into its network. The lower A block spectrum also has some potential interference issues with adjacent TV broadcast services, which has made it difficult for other A block licensees to deploy services in this block.
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