P%nm and 3YyT, the new iphone is just released with wonderful updates! go read the great reviews on the iphone 3GS:
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009how do u get red of the correction thing on txt its anoyyinhi there, to switch off auto-correction go to:
settings> General settings> Keyboard> Auto-Correction, then switch it off.
really nice fone, im a sony ericsson man myself but if the camera was better and you could send files via bluetooth to other makes of mobile fones and vice versa then i would use it no problem. also it needs a flash
P%nm, 08 Jun 2009A nice list but who invented how it all works? Who provides most of the equipment... ...... moreI know Cisco very well, and the telco networks, it is an integrated world, nothing works without worldwide effort, but in the end it was invented in europe at Cern
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009I don't think they are going to launch any new Phone or at least I don't hope so. Otherwise w... moreyes, big chance there will be a new iphone.. many authorize sellers of iphone 3g reported have low iphone 3G stock. maybe have strategically planned to clear the stock of the iPhone 3G to allow for the new iPhone in 2009. same what happened last year when iphone 2G was reported out of stock in may 2008, then the new iphone 3g came in june.
yeah..i nearly cheated by a person also where he sell iphone 3g 16 gb at the price of 280 euro...damm..luckily i din send the money to him..or else evything is gone
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970guys, don't trust this scammer, he don't have any phones, only false pictures from the internet :)
want to rip you off, be aware!
China is not so important as you think. Still, by far, Germany is the biggest exporter of goods.
Today, knowladge is the key. and that is still in the West.
It is true that China is catching up fast, but even with the most optimistic calculations it will be 2027 when it will be where the US is today.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009The Internet backbone refers to the main "trunk" connections of the Internet. It is made up of... moreA nice list but who invented how it all works?
Who provides most of the equipment...
...I suggest you look up CISCO.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009I don't think they are going to launch any new Phone or at least I don't hope so. Otherwise w... moreThe people who went on two year contracts with iPhones are better off than those who went on two year contracts to get N96's or any other phone using this common business model.
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2009China is no. 1 but in copying. They are super power to make illegal copy for songs, movie, and... moreeven i m sure that u oways download song,movie,games or watever thru online..if u really think copy is a shame stuff, then u r even the worst
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009china is too expensive?? this is the first time comment i heard from you..go and look at ur an... moreChina is no. 1 but in copying. They are super power to make illegal copy for songs, movie, and even software like Windows. Otherwise they are nothing. So they become rich by stealing other people idea and then make them cheaper. What a shameful nation. And they are proud of this act!!!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I don't think they are going to launch any new
Phone or at least I don't hope so. Otherwise we would need to spend money all over again to buy and how about people who signed 2 or 3 years contract to get the iPhone in the first place.
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009What is the backbone that the World Wide Web runs on?The Internet backbone refers to the main "trunk" connections of the Internet. It is made up of a large collection of interconnected commercial, government, academic and other high-capacity data routes and core routers that carry data across the countries, continents and oceans of the world.
Major Internet Backbone MAPs
Sorted by "connectivity"
(as per CAIDA's "Skitter AS Internet Graph" )
AS number - Provider Map
AS 701 - UUNET/WorldCom/MCI
AS 1239 - Sprint
AS 7018 - AT&T
AS 3355 - Level 3
AS 209 - Qwest
AS 174 - PSINet
AS 2914 - Verio
AS 3549 - Global Crossing
AS 6461 - AboveNet
AS 3561 - Cable & Wireless
AS 6453 - TeleGlobe
AS 702 - UUNET (also first)
AS 2548- Intermedia
AS 6347 - Savvis
AS 1755 - Ebone
AS 4648 - Netgate (Exchange Point: New Zealand)
AS 5459 - LINX (Exchange Point: London)
AS 8918 - Carrier1 (bankrupt) (netherlands portion)
AS 3300 - Infonet (Their European network)
AS 703 - UUNET/WorldCom/MCI (also first)
AS 3967 - Exodus (now with Cable & Wireless)
AS 8297 - Teleglobe
AS 5673 - Pacific Bell
AS 2828 - Concentric (now with XO)
AS 4000 - Sprint (Also listed at number 2))
AS 4200 - AGIS (telia)
AS7474 - optus (Australia)
AS 4766 - KIX (Exchange Point: Korea)
as 3786 - DACOM ( map from KIDC)
AS 5519 - XO Communication
AS 286 - EUNET (KPN)
as 8342 - ROSTELECOM
Telco's from al over the world,
stop thinking too much american you are brainwashed by fox news and derivatives ...