Reports still coming in that CompUSA has HTC Advantage for cheap

I have been hearing from readers for a few days that some CompUSA stores that are going out of business have the HTC Advantage in stock for cheap prices.  Reader Rob let me know just now that his local Tampa store had the Advantage for $629 which is a very good price.  If you’re in the market for an Advantage it might be worth a trip to your local CompUSA before they close for good.  One reader reported that there were no Advantages displayed and that she had to specifically drive the sales rep to look in the back where a number of them were found.

NTV Live Keynote: Ralph de la Vega, AT&T

“I think IPTV is the new TV,” Ralph de la Vega opened his keynote by saying. AT&T wants to connect people to everything in their lives — music, business, entertainment — and do it on the go, de la Vega explained. With countless iPhones visible in the crowd, the audience was interested in what the group president of Regional Telecommunications and Entertainment had to say.
De la Vega stressed that the new AT&T, with its current capacity, is really a very young company, only 10 months old from its merger with Cingular and Bell South. And they are growing. According to de la Vega, AT&T currently has 120 million customers in the U.S. — 65 million wireless, 63 million wired, 14 million broadband, and 2 million television. They are growing their IPTV business by 10,000 customers per week through its AT&T U-Verse. He estimates that there will be 38 million IPTV customers by 2018.
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