We just dug into a major Android Update we received back on June 8th for our AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7s, code-named “Oreo”. This update is truly useful because it resolves some long-standing issues that I’ve had with Wi-Fi over the last few years.
I wanted to take the time to communicate to you the single most important action that you need to take to retain your existing rights to free speech, but may not even have know about until you read this article.
Currently in front of the FCC is a proposal for changing of the current definition of Net Neutrality. The FCC has issued a 120 Day Comment period, which has been extended recently due to the incredible influx of community comments so far. The new deadline is September 15th.
Picked-up my new Touch Pro 2 from my local AT&T store today.Â Â Boy is this one sweet phone.Â Only thing that would be (possibly) better is the HD2, but lacking a keyboard is a major deal killer for me.Â Â Getting ready to update the ROM to NRG’s latest and greatest…
A new opportunity presented itself recently, in the form of a job transfer from California Major Accounts Center over to a new workgroup in the eNOC (Enterprise Network Operations Center) called IPAG (short for Internet Protocol AGgregation). I decided to take it because I felt that I had mastered most of the technologies in use in CMAC. And besides, Iâ€™ve been working with IP for about the last 20 years, so the match was obvious. I will report for duty on September 21st, when I will begin an in-depth training session lasting approximately 5 to 6 weeks.