TechBytes: Wireless Cooperation, Blackberry

AT&T and T-Mobile will allow customers in storm zone to make calls without roaming charges.
3:00 | 11/01/12

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Candidates -- -- to wireless giants coming together to help the victims of hurricane sandy AT&T and T-Mobile will allow customers in the storm zone to make calls on either network without incurring roaming charges. And another sign of cooperation New Yorkers coming together and in charge up their gadgets anywhere in any way they can. Plugging into shared power strips and then posting the results on line. Apple fans we'll have to wait a little longer for the new iTunes software and it was originally set to be released in October but has now been delayed for about a month the company says that the new design will feature a simpler interface and. What integrates seamlessly with on clout. -- -- motion is one step closer to releasing its new Blackberry ten Smartphones. The Canadian company has started testing its software -- more than fifty wireless carriers those new devices are expected to go on sale sometime early. Next year -- -- -- attack might have a great day I'm rob Nelson.

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