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Comment Re:What? (Score 2) 397

I was helping a friend set up her new computer.

She opened up Internet Explorer and noticed the default search engine was Bing.

She tried to change the default search engine to Google.

Her: Why is it taking so long to change the search engine?
Me: Why not just download Google Chrome?

Problem solved. :-)

Comment Re:You're already making more progress... (Score 1) 444

A big advantage of $1 and $2 being bills is you can get away with carrying only a money clip. And a lot of wallets don't have coin pouches either.

In Australia, where we have $1 and $2 coins, the coins add considerably to the thickness and weight of my wallet. And there are many vending machines that only accept coins, so you have to carry $5-$10 in change to be safe. With a $1 bill, vending machines would only need to accept notes, and should accept higher denominations too.

Comment Re:US redesign project (Score 2, Interesting) 444

Comment Re:Unlocked? (Score 1) 276

We have a similar situation in Australia where 3 was purchased by Vodafone.

2 years on, 3 customers have access to the older Vodafone 2G network, but not Vodafone's 3G network. We assume the networks will be fully merged eventually, but the rumor is that Vodafone doesn't have the capacity to handle all the 3 customers as well.

So it's entirely possible T-Mobile customers won't get immediate access to AT&T towers.

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