The President’s recent approval of privacy rollbacks now permits ISPs to sell user data without disclosure. With no more protection of your personal information guaranteed, a VPN service is absolutely necessary to defend against unauthorized snooping and data theft.
Is the third time the charm for HTC and Verizon Wireless? Does the Droid Incredible 4G LTE live up to its storied progenitors? Will we be able to make it through this entire review without uttering a single "incredible" pun? Read on to find out.
Before I picked up the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III, I was a firm believer in the power of stock Android, and the folly of skins. After some time with HTC Sense and TouchWiz, though, I'm starting to waver.
I put the AT&T HTC One X review unit in the mail earlier this week, sending it back to the fine folks who'd provided it for our review. I came home from the UPS store, fired up my daily-driver Galaxy Nexus, which I'd been neglecting for the review period, and felt something I didn't expect: relief.
One of our contenders is Google's venerable mainstay of America's "most reliable," number-one, most-red-and-black wireless network; the other is a hot young upstart looking to steal the spotlight in the name of Big-Blue-number-two. And we definitely have things like build quality, display performance, and camera resolution to compare.