• Where can i hide my 43 inch tv?

    my sister has tv phobia
    my sister has tv phobia
    18 answers · TVs · 1 day ago
  • LG vs Samsung TV for Christmas?

    10 answers · TVs · 7 hours ago
  • What is your advice for me? I’m considering converting ...?

    ...from being an iPhone user to a non Apple phone
    ...from being an iPhone user to a non Apple phone
    11 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 1 day ago
  • I’m addcited to my phone how do I stop?

    I get anxiety when I don’t play with my phone 😭 especially twitter, Instagram or Facebook.. it’s ruining my life
    I get anxiety when I don’t play with my phone 😭 especially twitter, Instagram or Facebook.. it’s ruining my life
    33 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 5 days ago
  • So California wants to tax texting. Is it likely to happen?

    Best answer: 1) Define "texting". Originally, years ago, Short Message Service (SMS) provide the capability for texting. Typed on a phone, press send, the text message was sent to a server at the cell phone service provider's switching center. From their, by locating the text message's destination phone... show more
    Best answer: 1) Define "texting".
    Originally, years ago, Short Message Service (SMS) provide the capability for texting. Typed on a phone, press send, the text message was sent to a server at the cell phone service provider's switching center. From their, by locating the text message's destination phone number, the cell phone provider's subscriber information would locate the recipient - then send the message.

    This still happens a lot... BUT... text, alone, got boring. In order to have an improved messaging experience, MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) and finally (now), RCS (Rich Communications Service) happened. One can text, send video, still images... all sorts of stuff. As I understand it, neither MMS nor RCS are included in the proposal to "tax texting". Only SMS.

    Companies like Google and Apple developed more robust written communications system - similar to texting but using servers maintained by them (not the cell phone service provider) are used. iMessage, Messages and other MMS and RCS apps have essentially replaced SMS - but there is still SMS so the different MMS and RCS apps can talk to each other. Along with this, many of the Internet of Things devices will communicate with each other using SMS and SMS-like communications.

    For example, if your oven needs to send a message to your smartphone to tell you that whatever was cooking is done or the timer just hit 0 or whatever, that communication will probably be with a SMS text message.

    2) Which Government entity is responsible for oversight of interstate communications systems?
    Not State government... it is the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that has that jurisdiction.

    So... We use an "over the top" service that is MMS or RCS, not SMS... and the boneheads who came up with this idea (including the "retroactive for 5 years") can fall off the face of the earth and donate their entire salary and net worth for the next few generations of their families to fund the programs this "texting tax" was to fund.
    8 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 2 days ago
  • Should I get an iPhone SE or an iPod touch 6?

    Both cost 200$ and are new. Which one should I get??
    Both cost 200$ and are new. Which one should I get??
    14 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 4 days ago
  • Is it legal for someone in California to get a cell phone with a Nevada phone number to avoid California's exorbitant cell phone tax???

    Best answer: Buy the phone and plan in Nevada, and you get a Nevada phones number. As long as yo have a Nevada billing address, which if I'm not mistaken, you would need to get the Nevada cell number, at least from a Nevada carrier. You can buy a phone from anywhere, cash, but plan that need contracts for certain billing... show more
    Best answer: Buy the phone and plan in Nevada, and you get a Nevada phones number. As long as yo have a Nevada billing address, which if I'm not mistaken, you would need to get the Nevada cell number, at least from a Nevada carrier. You can buy a phone from anywhere, cash, but plan that need contracts for certain billing plans or contract for paying off a phone in installments, would need the billing address to be for the carrier in the state you are buying said plan.

    Pretty sure there are work around cheats, like having a mail drop in the state of Nevada as your billing address. Or having a friend that lives in Nevada allow you to use their address as your cell phone billing address, but is the effort of doing that worth it to you, just to have a Nevada phone number to skip out on cell phone taxes in California?
    5 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 1 day ago
  • Is there a phone called the Google pixel?

    Best answer: Yes. 3 generations of them for the last 3 years. Pixel & Pixel XL lines.
    Best answer: Yes. 3 generations of them for the last 3 years. Pixel & Pixel XL lines.
    6 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 2 days ago
  • Rabbit chewed tv wire?

    Best answer: Yes it's dangerous. You definitely should tell them. And this is why you don't allow rabbits/ rodents to roam the house freely. Consider it lucky they didn't get fried.
    We kept my rabbits confined to a back room maybe considerate kind of arrangement.
    Best answer: Yes it's dangerous. You definitely should tell them. And this is why you don't allow rabbits/ rodents to roam the house freely. Consider it lucky they didn't get fried.
    We kept my rabbits confined to a back room maybe considerate kind of arrangement.
    13 answers · TVs · 6 days ago
  • Phone calls?

    so i just got a new sim card for my phone and i have been getting spam phone calls from telemarketers and people trying to sell me a insurance plan or something, anyways what do i do to stop the calls
    so i just got a new sim card for my phone and i have been getting spam phone calls from telemarketers and people trying to sell me a insurance plan or something, anyways what do i do to stop the calls
    6 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 2 days ago
  • TV not connecting to aerial?

    Hi All. Have a TV for the bedroom and because there is no aerial port up there I have bought an indoor aerial. The aerial connects to a small box is connected to the mains. On the small box it has the port to connect to the TV. When I tune the TV it will not pick any channels up HELP?
    Hi All. Have a TV for the bedroom and because there is no aerial port up there I have bought an indoor aerial. The aerial connects to a small box is connected to the mains. On the small box it has the port to connect to the TV. When I tune the TV it will not pick any channels up HELP?
    7 answers · TVs · 2 days ago
  • Should i use an iPad as my smart phone?

    I'm looking at ways to save money i was thinking about just using an iPad as a smart phone (because thats basically what it is) because you can text on it using Facebook messenger and Skype and stuff I just thought I might try that any thoughts?
    I'm looking at ways to save money i was thinking about just using an iPad as a smart phone (because thats basically what it is) because you can text on it using Facebook messenger and Skype and stuff I just thought I might try that any thoughts?
    7 answers · Other - Electronics · 3 days ago