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Nicholas Tarnowsky

Nicholas Tarnowsky

Nicholas Tarnowsky is a full-time contributing editor and the U.S correspondent @BlogsDNA. His passion for tech, gadgets, general computing and writing, go hand in hand. You will find articles written by him on everything from Android to Windows. He is also a certified A+ and Network+ technician and consultant. He hopes to be a big part of the BlogsDNA community. You can follow him @ View author profile

2 Responses to iPad 3G Not Locked to AT&T, Hacked to Run on T-Mobile

  • woody says:

    “Instead Apple decide to use new microSIM cards catch AT&T’s 3G band.”

    What does this sentence mean when translated to English?

    1. If English is not your first language, I sympathize, but please get somebody to review your articles for readability.
    2. If you are a native English speaker, please get somebody to read/edit your articles to make sure they can be read. Or else get into another field.

    I’m really tired of plowing through these poorly-written blogs. If people want to be journalists, they should learn to write!

  • Ipad says:

    You seek free information then you complain about the grammar of the person who is providing you the information.
    What is there not to understand? He says that you need a microSIM card to be able to connect an iPad to a 3G network.