“Malware” is a term for any software that gets installed on your machine and performs unwanted tasks, often for some third party’s benefit. Malware programs can range from being simple annoyances (pop-up advertising) to causing serious computer invasion and damage (e.g., stealing passwords and data or infecting other machines on the network). Additionally, some malware programs are designed to transmit information about your Web-browsing habits to advertisers or other third party interests, unbeknownst to you. Continue reading
After welcoming iPhone customers to its network for the past couple of years, T-Mobile USA is finally going to be offering the iPhone 5 on their network – with no contract.
Qualifying customers will be able to purchase an iPhone 5 for $99.99 down, and $20 per month.
T-Mobile’s new Simple Choice Plan starts with a base rate of $50 per month for unlimited talk, text and Web with 500MB of 4G data. Consumers can add 2GB of 4G data for $10 per month per line or get unlimited 4G data for an additional $20 per month per line. Customers can add a second phone line for $30 per month, and each additional line is just $10 per month. There are no caps and no overages.
That means that two lines on a fully unlimited plan would come in at $100/month – or $35/month less than I was paying on AT&T, and data on AT&T was capped at 2GB