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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 9,800 times in 2010. That’s about 24 full 747s. In … Continue reading

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APCIU Air France flight 296

APCIU Air France flight 296 Air France Flight 296 crashed during an airshow in France the Airbus A320-111 was, a state of the art fly-by-wire aircraft meaning the plane had special computers to keep it working properly. As the plane was descending over the runway, the captain saw the forest and brought the throttles to … Continue reading

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!!!!WE MOVED – SITE ADDRESS CHANGE NOTIFICATION!!!!

GO HERE Hi, We have now selected a host this means that you can reach us at http://www.agrstech.com. It is a lot different and the theme will soon match or come close to matching the one on this site. Things are also still a little bit out of place, I am the only one working … Continue reading

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Why no Sense on HTC Windows Phone 7 (yet).

HTC CEO Peter Chou says that Sense UI will not “initially” make it on to its line of Windows Phone 7 devices. “Over time [they] will innovate on top of that to provide some HTC experience.” We have seen some images of fragmented aspects of Sense on WP7 devices so it may be that HTC … Continue reading

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QUICK HIT: Windows Phone 7 Says No to Tethering

Microsoft came out and said today that, comments from Brandon Watson that said WP7 would have carrier decided tethering is false. Windows Phone 7 officially has no tethering abilities. This is a bit of a drag considering this phone will most likely become popular with the mobile business type’s (the one’s that do not get … Continue reading

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VerizonNews: Limiting Data in 4-6 Months? [UPDATED: You may now cry]

This is by no means what we were hoping to hear Ivan Seidenberg CEO of Verizon say. Seidenberg confirmed today tired (or capped) data plans could arrive with in the next 4-6 months. We have no Idea on the structuring or pricing of these plans. Siedenberg did say that we don’t necessarily “agree” with the … Continue reading

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Another Storm? Why?

Surprise, surprise!! Not to say I told you so (but I did) Blackberry has done it again. They have made (most likely) a new successor to their storm device. Creatively titled “Storm 3″. RIM is really wearing me out. All these new devices flooding the blackberry market in such close time. Bluntly, this is a … Continue reading

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Verizon CEO: “We have to earn the iPhone”.

In the past Verizon has talked about the iPhone 4. Today in a talk with investors at the Goldman Sachs conference, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg stated that “We don’t feel like we have an iPhone deficit. We would love to carry it when we get there, but we have to earn it.”– “This is like … Continue reading

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Leaked: Droid Pro/World Edition On Camera?

Remember those rumors that leaked about two months ago on the Droid Pro or the Droid World Edition, which are one in the same? Well it looks like we may finally be able to see the Droid Pro (our choice title). The picture above is believed to be of the Droid Pro, if you looked … Continue reading

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Sprint Considering Ditching Unlimited Data don’t get too “crazy”.

Sprint has been a pretty popular option for AT&T users that are tired of capped data as Sprint offers unlimited data at a decent amazing price. Sprint’s CEO Hesse is considering dropping unlimited data if users get too crazy with data use (yeah you know who you are). Hesse stated at the Emerging Technologies Conference … Continue reading

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