Monthly Archives: April 2012

AT&T shareholders vote against Net Neutrality


A proposal asking that AT&T commit to operating its wireless network without the ability to privilege, degrade or prioritize any traffic was defeated by a vote of 94.1 percent against to 5.9 percent in favor.

AT&T finally unlocks the iPhone

It appears that AT&T is finally going to allow its customers to unlock the iPhone starting on Sunday. There has to be a catch, right?

Yep. If you’re currently in a two year contract with them, you won’t be able to until after the contract’s up. By then, you’ll probably have purchased a new iPhone. In other words, this changes very little.

Oh well, back to jailbreaking if you want to use it overseas without paying their insane roaming rates, it looks like.