Sprint Customers Get a Second Chance to Protect Their Device

News - by Scott Lewis on June 5, 2014

During the entire month of June, existing Sprint customers have the option to add device protection to their Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Apple smartphone for as little as $8 - $13 per month.  No matter if you said no when you purchased your phone, canceled your coverage at some point, or maybe you were never offered device protection when you purchased you phone you have the option this June to add it to your phone.

To be eligible to add device protection during this open enrollment period your device must be functioning and in your possession. There are a few different levels of coverage listed below that you can sign up for during this open enrolment period.

Total Equipment Protection... read more

THIS WEEKEND-Daylight Savings Time 2014 Begins

News - by Tracy Lewis on March 6, 2014

This Sunday, March 9th, marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. This time adjustment doesn't only mess with your sleep schedule it can also interfere with the timekeeping of medical devices, travel, and record keeping. Your smartphone and tablet will adjust on their own as long as in your settings you have selected to use network provided time. It is usually...

Help, I Can't Wake Up!

App Reviews - by Tracy Lewis on March 6, 2014

Daylight Savings time happens twice per year. In the spring, the U.S. springs forward and this unfortunately means that we lose an hour. Whether you consider it a lost hour of sleep, quality time with family, or work any way you look at it we lose an hour of precious weekend time.

The lost hour of sleep is going to make it even more difficult for you to...

Boeing Creates Super Secure Black Smartphone

News - by Tracy Lewis on March 5, 2014

Could there be a new player on the smartphone manufacturer team? Boeing Co. is adding a smartphone to their lineup of fighter jets, airliners, and satellites. It is definitely not going to be your average device. The smartphone, which they are calling Boeing Black, is based on Boeing's idea of Security + Modularity= Productivity. Typical commercial devices are...

Verizon, T-Mobile, And C Spire Wireless All Support Kill Switches

News - by Scott Lewis on February 27, 2014

Wireless carriers are starting to change their mind when it comes to mandating kill switches in smartphones. Earlier this year a California Senator proposed a bill that supported the idea of kill switches. At that time AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile all were opposed to the bill. On February 27, executives from three different carriers all spoke out...

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