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Sunday, June 29, 2014


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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Huawei bypassing carriers, selling directly to U.S. smartphone shoppers for Net10 Shoppers

Blame it on Huawei’s earlier troubles with Congress, the reluctance of carriers, or the general disinterest of U.S. consumers. Whatever the reason, Huawei has had difficulty breaking into the American market and is now trying to take its message right to U.S. smartphone shoppers. You can also get this great phone from Good2Chat.com
Huawei’s Ascend Mate 2 is available exclusively through GetHuawei.com.
The China-based company announced the U.S. availability of the Ascend Mate 2 on Thursday. The new Android-based LTE phone is available exclusively through the company’s own website, GetHuawei.com, for $300 contract-free.
Greenbot’s review of the Ascend Mate 2 will be up soon. In the meantime, the specs for the device include a massive 6.1-inch display, 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 13 megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 5-megapixel selfie and video chat camera.
Huawei has also packed a 3900mAh battery into the phone, which the company says has enough life to stream three movies in a row, surf the web for 12 hours, or play 1000 hours of music. It also boasts a 25 hour talk time—if you still use your phone for that kind of thing.
The Ascend Mate 2 comes in black and white and is a little behind the times running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Anyone who purchases the phone before June 22 also gets a free case and a month’s worth of service from Net10 wireless, as long as you enter the promo code HWMATE2PHC at checkout.
Huawei is selling only the Ascend Mate 2 on its site right now, but other phones may show up in the future such as the company’s new flagship phone, the Ascend P7.
Smartphone makers haven’t had a ton of success bypassing the carriers and selling their smartphones directly to U.S. consumers. But with a $300 price tag, perhaps Huawei will be able to convince thriftier shoppers to give the company’s phones a chance.

Rodriguez, Maka and Beaversr Earn Weekly Honors Net10 Area Football

Pittsburgh Power wide receiver Prechae Rodriguez has been awarded Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week, while San Jose SaberCats Mac linebacker Francis Maka has been named Riddell Defensive Player of the Week and New Orleans VooDoo wide receiver Larry Beavers has been named J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Week for Week 14 of the 2014 NET10 Wireless Arena Football League season. In addition to these awards, the AFL is also awarding the Cutters Catch of the Week and AFL Highlight of the Week. LA KISS wide receiver Donovan Morgan has been awarded the Cutters Catch of the Week, while the AFL Highlight of the Week has been awarded to Tampa Bay Storm quarterback Randy Hippeard.
Rodriguez (6-4, 215, Auburn) caught 13 passes for 144 yards and five touchdowns in Pittsburgh's 57-56 victory over the Philadelphia Soul in Week 14. The third-year pro has hauled in at least three touchdowns passes in four of his five games played this season. His five touchdown grabs in the game ties a career-high.
Maka (6-2, 255, Hawaii) helped the SaberCats clinch a playoff berth by recording a career-high 3.5 sacks in San Jose's 47-37 victory over the Spokane Shock in Week 14. The four-year veteran led the way for the SaberCats pass rush, which saw five different players combine for eight sacks against the Shock.
Beavers (5-11, 180, Wesley) returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in New Orleans' 46-62 loss to the Cleveland Gladiators in Week 14. He also hauled in a touchdown pass late in the game as a receiver. He finished the night with a season-high 318 all-purpose yards, 116 of which came on offense, with another 202 tallied in the return game. Beavers will be awarded a timepiece crafted by J. Lewis Small for his efforts.
Morgan (6-3, 225, Louisiana-Lafayette) made a spectacular one-handed touchdown grab while being knocked over the back wall in LA's 69-61 victory over the Portland Thunder in Week 14. He finished the game with eight receptions for 63 yards and three scores. "Captain" Morgan leads the KISS in every receiving category this season, totaling 98 catches for 1,185 yards and 22 touchdowns on the year. He will receive a Cutters hat and shirt in recognition of his highlight reel catch.
Hippeard (6-3, 205, Virginia-Wise) tucked the ball and ran for an 11-yard game-winning touchdown in Tampa Bay's 62-56 overtime victory over the Iowa Barnstormers last week. The touchdown run was Hippeard's third of the game, a career-high for the second-year signal-caller. The Storm are now 4-0 since Hippeard returned from injury last month.
Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Week candidates included: Arizona's Nick Davila, Cleveland's Shane Austin, Iowa's J.J. Raterink, LA's Samora Goodson, Orlando's Greg Carr and San Jose's Nathan Stanley.
Riddell Defensive Player of the Week candidates included: Arizona's Marquis Floyd, Cleveland's Marrio Norman, Iowa's Tramain Thomas, LA's Beau Bell, Orlando's Anthony Shutt and Pittsburgh's Brandon Freeman.
J. Lewis Small Playmaker of the Week candidates included: Arizona's Kerry Reed, Iowa's De'Mon Glanton, Jacksonville's Maurice Williams, LA's Samora Goodson, Orlando's Gerald Young, Philadelphia's Emery Sammons and San Jose's Dominique Curry.

Read more here: http://www.fresnobee.com/2014/06/17/3982046/rodriguez-maka-and-beaversr-earn.html#storylink=cpy