Tech Talk News: How Will Sprint Handle Repairs Of The iPhone 4S??

I like my iPhone a lot but I can tell from experience it is very easy to lose and damage if not handled with care. Well accidents do happen and after the jump check out the details of how Sprint will handle repairs for all the new iPhone 4S customers. WZA on Google+ X @ShottaDru Shotta Dru on Google+

Possibility Satellite From Space May Hit Australia

Scientists say there is a small chance debris from a satellite due to crash to Earth this weekend could land in Australia. Continue reading after the jump. @capriSUNshine

(Photos) The Flooding Continues: Haunting Photos Of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland

Wow,  it is extremely saddening to see the conditions of these places– especially the ones that hit so close to home. As the flash floods continue, hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate and leave their homes and personal belongings behind in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. (The flooding has been in most of these places since Irene hit almost 2 weeks ago!!) Counting my blessings that my home and family are okay and sending my prayers to the families and people deeply effected by this mess! After the jump you can see photos of the devastation… @ItsLukieBaby

Winter Threatens Repairs Of Irene-Damaged Roads That Will Cost Up To $1.5 Billion

Northeastern states struggling to rebuild hundreds of roads and dozens of bridges in the wake of Hurricane Irene are facing another natural threat The winter season. Hit the jump to read the rest of the story. Funk Flex Find Flex On Google+

(Video) Obama Visits Storm-Battered New Jersey

President Barack Obama reviewed damage inflicted by Hurricane Irene in northern New Jersey on Sunday, promising residents, “We’ll be there to help.” Obama visited the towns of Paterson and Wayne, where residents showed the high-water marks from the flooding spawned by last week’s hurricane. Continue reading and watch a video of his visit after the jump. @capriSUNshine

Over 580,000 customers still without power after Hurricane Irene!!

Wow, this is crazy!! Slightly more than 580,000 customers along the East Coast from North Carolina to Maine are still without power as a result of the damage caused by Hurricane Irene, according to estimates released Friday by the U.S. Department of Energy. My thoughts and prayers are with these people!! Hopefully you will get power back soon and your lives can get back to normal. @ItsLukieBaby

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