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Does anyone know if the Sprint Nexus 5 can be used on T-Mobile simply by switching the SIM card?  or has Sprint done something to prevent this?

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The Nexus 4 contract-free on T-Mobile...the best cell phone deal you can get by far, and for some reason, few people know about it.

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RIP Clive Burr...

Apple made a huge mistake when it started litigation with its competitors based on software "patents", not just because it is questionable whether methods of interacting with a UI are patentable in the first place but because Apple has now painted itself into a corner.

A couple of years ago when Apple was the main driver of software innovations for smartphones, suing competitors may have made sense to them.  Now that they are being out-innovated by Google, Samsung, and other Android manufacturers, they find themselves in a position where they cannot take advantage of the software innovations competitors have made.  I wonder if this is the reason there have been so few changes to iOS since the patent litigation has ensued.  Android OS has a lot of cool features that have not appeared in iOS, perhaps because Apple fears using them and being sued.  It's a war they started and are now losing.  Software patent litigation was a short-term money grab for Apple but only continued innovation will keep them in the game.

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So, the ugly stepsister is finally getting married...

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Have you seen the "Bing It On" commercial pitting Bing against Google in a blind test?  Well, I tried it and then double checked the results they were giving for Google.  It turns out that they omit the entire additional information section that appears in Google on the right side of the page.  For example, do a Google search on the band "U2".  "Bing It On" only shows Google results from the left side of the page and omits the large detailed section about "U2" on the right, which includes a bio, songs, albums, related searches, etc.  In other words, they are lying in their comparison.  When you include the Google section on the right, it is obvious that Google is better than Bing.  Check it out... http://www.bingiton.com/

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