My new wireless carrier… AT&T Wireless

After spending almost six months in hell with Verizon dealing with horribly bad signal and dropped calls, I finally switched to another wireless carrier.  AT&T Wireless.

They are like a breath of fresh air, I can finally make and receive calls and texts all without worrying if my phone is going to drop the signal.  Plus, the 4G network is far better than Verizon’s Network was.  There are small tiny pockets where AT&T doesn’t have LTE in but they are by far smaller than Verizon had in my city.  Not only that, if I don’t have LTE with AT&T I drop down to their HSPA+ network which delivers 4g LTE-like speeds, unlike Verizon in which I dropped down to 3G more often than not and their 3G CDMA network was extremely overloaded to the point where their 3G CDMA data network was near useless.

So yes, AT&T is like a breath of fresh air for me.

Audio Glitches, MalwareBytes, and High DPC Latencies

After troubleshooting what has got to be one of the most tiring and lengthy troubleshooting experiences I’ve ever had to deal with, I have finally narrowed down where the problem exists.  MalwareBytes AntiMalware Web Site Blocking. Now, to give some background on the issue.  Every so often I’d hear pops and other forms of audio …

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Verizon Wireless Sucks!!!!

I hate Verizon Wireless because I can’t even use them as a cell phone provider in my community of Cleveland, Ohio.  Why can’t I use it?  It’s because Verizon Wireless service sucks in my area.  It’s worse than useless.  I don’t even use my phone as an actual phone to call people because I’m afraid …

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Google and the FTC OK, so Google gets off the hook for anti-trust infringement regarding their search but still get slapped on the wrist for their mobile patents? While Google traditionally has only used patents defensively, after they acquired Motorola’s mobile device patents they continued that company’s practice of suing to block competing products if companies don’t pay …

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