T-Mobile Puts an End to Grandfathered Plans with New Rates


Many loyal T-Mobile customers will be receiving a letter or email regarding their grandfathered plans. That’s because the carrier is deciding to do some early Spring cleaning by removing customers from grandfathered plans that they have been on for years and giving subscribers the chance to either move into new plans or leave the carrier with no penalty charges. According to T-mobile the new rate plans will offer “similar or better features at a comparable price.” The transition will begin in November, but if you’d rather switch carriers, you’d better take advantage of this change immediately to do so without penalty fees until February 21st, 2014.

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Network Storage Security

Data security is something of a worry for any business that uses databases to store business, customer and employee information, but in reality, following some basic steps will eradicate the risk from all but the most determined of hackers. It is impossible to be 100% watertight and still have a functioning business because it just isn’t practical to have all your information stored in a system that is a standalone terminal. However, limiting your data exposure is easily achievable. Most of the time, leaks of information occur through people who have legitimate access to your data.

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WD Unveils My Cloud, an External Drive that connects to your home network for $150

Western Digital debuts their new solution to storage space portability in their new external hard drive product dubbed the “My Cloud.” The My Cloud will come in sizes and prices at 2TB ($150), 3TB ($180), and 4TB ($250) and will be able to connect wireless network to allow files on board to be accessed virtually anywhere in the world provided you have access to internet on your laptop or mobile device. There is even a Gigabit Ethernet port for those wanting to go hard line for wired connectivity.

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Apple’s iOS 7 Gaming to Play out this Fall


With the release of the Apple iOS 7 platform, there has been several different discussions regarding the new features. Praise and criticism has been given in equal doses to the animations, live wallpapers and fingerprint scanner support. However, one aspect of the iOS 7 has been largely overlooked, and it is one that could completely revolutionize mobile gaming.

The iOS 7 version is expected to open up the mobile platform for a better-developed and a more immerse gaming experience.

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