Awesome choice on the phone (I have an N95 personally), but it will not have 3G data on T- Mobile .
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/06/2009
I'm not entirely sure what your question is. I accept the spectrum as a natural resource, yes.
3 Answers · Social Science · 13/08/2006
Federal law prohibits jamming communications. I don't know if that device is effective.
4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 31/08/2014
Try asking the question again in another category :/ hopefully you'll get more answers good luck! :)
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 17/07/2012
Nope, any phone that has GPRS internet conectivity and XHTML browsing is going to work. I.e. any nokia phone newer that 6600 Don't know about Samsung though! Sony Ericksons the newer...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 01/11/2006
I think it is. Because it is a resource that our environment has created naturally and it can also be abused... meaning it can be overloaded .
2 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/08/2006
i'm sure if you could figure out how to harness that energy you'll also have figured out cold fusion.
1 Answers · · 27/08/2006