Verizon’s iPhone 5 Math: Using The Same Amount Of Data Faster Counts As More Data

Verizon’s iPhone 5 Math: Using The Same Amount Of Data Faster Counts As More Data

We keep hearing about a wi-fi bug that leads to iPhone 5 owners racking up huge data bills when they thought they weren’t on the mobile data network. When Matt contacted Verizon about it, the ever-helpful customer service representative told him that it was just because the iPhone 5 is a 4G LTE device. This is probably the cause of many data complaints that new smartphone users have, but isn’t the case for Matt. He says that he hasn’t changed his browsing habits: using the same amount of data in a shorter amount of time doesn’t mean that he uses more data. At least, not according to the math that everyone except Verizon uses. [More]

Don't Even Think Of Ordering A Pizza Stone From Amazon

Don't Even Think Of Ordering A Pizza Stone From Amazon

We’d like to share a personal story: it involves Amazon, Christmas presents, and three broken pizza stones.

Customer Service From Mumble Land

Customer Service From Mumble Land

Iron Man sends in this customer service gem. He’s a software developer and had to call the company for assistance with their database product.