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+T-Mobile I ordered a Nexus 6 for my wife this morning (3am) and had it overnight shipping. Upon checking the order, it looks like it hasn't been shipped yet. What's going on?
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Hi +Kevin Gault! We have a secure system to communicate sensitive information, such as your account verification or phone number. As of right now,l we only have that system available for Twitter or Facebook. -Don
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Sooo.. FIFA is like the catholic church?
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The S6 edge is nice, but the ultimate deciding factor wether it would break the market would be it's pricing. 
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Meh, with subsidizing it will probably only cost people 250 to 300. They are looking at S4 users, and other people coming up on contract for this. 
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As much as I love my Xperia Z3, Sony's ridiculously short product lifecycle will drive their business to just that: underwater.
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The longer +Blackberry delays the #BBM launch, the harder it will be for them to regain market share from #viber and #WeChat. Recent data shows a recent surge in downloads for the other messaging services in emerging markets such as africa, india, the philippines, and other countries in southeast asia to name a few; these are emerging markets that +Blackberry cannot afford to lose. By the time they do launch the #BBM app, will it already be too late? 
The new App Annie statistics from July show how volatile the global messaging app market is. In just one month, WeChat has soared from No.17 to No.4 on the iOS download chart for non-game apps. No ...
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Wouldn't +blackberry be competing in the mobile messaging market in emerging countries like the philippines, india and africa where mobile phones are everywhere and people do not have access to computers with a reliable internet service? I remember when I was in the philippines, the local carriers were offering a stand alone unlimited bbm chat service called #bbchat for 100php (roughly $2.50/month) and #bbsocial for 300php ($7.50/month) for unlimited social media messaging that also includes facebook, twitter, viber, and Whatsapp. From the looks of things, the market is littered with messaging apps.
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Apple literally is worth every dime. My first gen ipod touch is still working just fine, i still use my first gen ipad to this day and I'm currently using an iphone5 for my local phone and my old iphone 4s for international travel. I remember paying for the sony ericsson p900, p910 and the p1, but none of those phones have the durability and functionality as my iphones. Yes I did pay a premium on my devices, but considering the 5 windows laptops that gave up on me over the years, my macbook pro seems like a bargain. 
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Agreed. I have a Macbook Air 2010. Its still working flawlessly, as my 2 yr old PC, its starting to slow down. Might have to do a reformat soon I guess. 
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That girl got a nice booty though. Lol. On the fence between the nexus 6 and the s6
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Htc one m9 with wireless charging would have been a welcome addition to an amazing phone. Smh. Pass.
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+T-Mobile​ any chance you guys will add the Philippines to the list of unlimited calls with stateside international calling plan?
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Hi +Paul George Lim!  The Philippines are already in our list; if you have the Stateside International feature, calls to the Philippines are $.20/minute to both landlines and mobile numbers: http://www.t-mobile.com/optional-services/international-calling.html
Both versions ($5/month and $10/month) of the Stateside International feature are included!
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I think I'll pass. I'm very happy with my 32GB internal storage htc m8 and my 64GB expandable storage. Best value I ever got on a cell phone. I may end up getting an iPad if it ever gets sapphire screen. 
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Maybe one of the reasons why Apple isn't so keen on NFC payments is because of security. You see, unlike android, iphones retain their value nicely, and thus is more likely to be stolen than a samsung galaxy. Lol
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+Bobby Parizeau Yes!!!  NFC on a SIM card.  I didn't think about that.  That would be great.  Apparently it's coming.... http://goo.gl/oH2tF
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Wouldn't it be a good idea for apple to come out with an ala-carte subscription type service on appletv where people could pick and choose which channels they want and then just be billed directly to a credit card on a monthly basis? If people want say ESPN, TBS, CW, NBC, CNN, FOX, fork over $3-5/ month each and so on so forth. They already have netflix and HBO GO is apparently following suit. What do you guys think? Would paying $50-60 for 20 or so channels that you actually watch be worth it? 
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It would be truly revolutionary. Not only would it change the way people watch tv, it would also change the way people are being billed for tv. 
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