I'm extremely eager to purchase a Chromebook by the end of 2014! Very interested in Toshiba's Chromebook 2- fingers crossed on excellent performance. I have an Android phone (Nexus 4)... Continue Readingand I love it. If Google allows their Chrome OS to become compatible with Android apps & phones (USB syncing!!!) then that would be excellent!
@M.B.: You're right that hackers will always hack into anything they can, and everyone needs to be careful to keep an eye on their accounts and change their passwords every... Continue Readingso often. But at the same time, the hackers need to be stopped. We shouldn't have to assume that our accounts are going to be hacked, just like we shouldn't have to worry that our homes will be robbed when we're away. And yet, the sad reality is that we all have to be vigilant at all times so we don't fall victim.
We got a T-Mobile antenna booster, when we found out the coverage was poor. When we tried to file an engineering ticket, the T-Mobile customer service rep said "we already... Continue Readinghave 140 engineering complaints for your area, and the system won't let me file another". Hmm.
Unfortunately, the coverage, from the booster is very, very weak. It adds a bubble, between 3 and 5-feet in size, and isn't strong enough to use in the kitchen. We would have better signal coverage if we left the phone upstairs next to the window, and used a Bluetooth headsets. Perhaps T-Mobile could make a bluetooth phone extender, which works like a cordless phone. This way, we could leave the T-Mobile phones upstairs, next to the windows, and use the cordless bluetooth handset around the house. It would be handy if the Bluetooth Cordless also supported callerid, receive text messages and take pictures. Then, the service would work in the living room, kitchen, and basement.
So, we're considering Cricket. With AT&T's verified Coverage, and Cricket's rate, we'd be better off.