How to fix your iPhone 4s service on AT&T

For the last six months, I’ve loved EVERYTHING about my iPhone 4S — except the provider, AT&T. For the past four months, I’ve been traveling continuously between Stevens Point, WI, and Madison, WI.  In the Madison area, the phone works great. In Stevens Point? It might as well be a brick.  I couldn’t receive calls Read more about How to fix your iPhone 4s service on AT&T[…]

‘Net Neutrality’ is an essential upgrade to the FCC’s Fairness Doctrine. Let’s protect it.

When there were only a handful of public media outlets more than 50 years ago, the Fairness Doctrine  seemed necessary because it required broadcasters to present both sides of controversial issues. Today, that thinking behind the doctrine is as dated as the mainstream media itself. The Fairness Doctrine was a policy of the United States Read more about ‘Net Neutrality’ is an essential upgrade to the FCC’s Fairness Doctrine. Let’s protect it.[…]

A cold arrival for AT&T’s turn-by-turn GPS application for iPhone

A few months ago, AT&T  released the first turn-by-turn GPS application for the iPhone.  Since it’s arrival, the GPS application has received a cold reception.  The application has received more than 900 reviews in the Apple Store — but most rank the application poorly. AT&T Navigator provides voice-guided and onscreen directions, automatic rerouting, real-time traffic Read more about A cold arrival for AT&T’s turn-by-turn GPS application for iPhone[…]