Chris Gayomali

Chris writes for TIME's Techland, where he covers the web, iOS apps, disruptive ideas and the occasional gadget. He's prone to type "lol" without actually laughing.

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Sprint May Offer Unlimited Data Plans with iPhone 5

Say you’re a major cell phone carrier, sitting in third place behind AT&T and Verizon. Suddenly a major phone manufacturer like Apple gives you the go-ahead to sell their bestselling products at your stores, eliminating the unfair competitive advantage that’s kept you from taking on your rivals.

With the game changed, what …

Google Quietly Drops Elegant Google Music Web App

Whoa-hoa-hoa. Google quietly released its HTML 5-optimized Google Music web app a few moments ago on Twitter. And—surprise, surprise—it’s a thing of beauty, dare I say a bit Android-feeling.

It has a rich, responsive UI that allows users to access their Google Music accounts from iDevices and it’s surprisingly fast and easy to …

Now Coming to the iPhone: ‘’, the innovative crowdsourcing music service, made a lot of noise when its beta version launched earlier this year. Things grew so quickly that by its third month of operation the web-only service managed an impressive 207,000 unique visitors—not bad for a startup. By June the company was able to raise $7.5 million in …

Survey: Half of World’s PCs Have Pirated Software

Correction 9/7/11: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that the BSA survey found the United States to have the world’s highest piracy rate rather than China. The appropriate changes have been made to reflect this.

According to a new survey conducted by the Business Software Alliance (BSA), 47% of the world’s PC users …

BlackBerry Bold 9900 Review: RIM’s Best Smartphone Ever?

Make no mistake about it: The Bold 9900 is the best BlackBerry smartphone to date. But even with a handsome redesign highlighted by a new capacitive touchscreen (plus all the familiar features that make a BlackBerry a Blackberry) will it be enough to close the gap between Apple or Android? Maybe a little?

Take my hand. Let’s find …

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