by Brad Ward, 11 hours ago
According to the results of the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Verizon Wireless has been named to have the most satisfied subscribers among the big four carriers. The survey takes a number of factors into account,…
The rumor mill is floating around a photo that purports to be the upcoming HTC Dream for T-Mobile. While the device in this un-photo looks like the device we saw in the videos, I just don’t buy that it is real. The shadow around it appears to suggest a smallish, overhead lighting source, and the glare on on the left edge of the phone doesn’t seem to jive with that, best I can tell. On top of that, it’s spotless. Not a spec of dust or a single mark. It’s not the worst ‘shop job I’ve seen, I admit, but it is conveniently very small. The side/closed shot that accompanies it (not shown) at TmoWorld.com, however, was made by one of the forums members – he says as much.
In a world where even a free cell phone comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera, why we only ever see “real” photos like this one (at a whopping .17 megapixels) is a mystery. Oh, actually it’s not a mystery. It’s because they aren’t real photos. I call shenanigans on this one.