ID4me is an internet service that enables its users to log in to many different internet services with one account. This is also known as "single sign on".
Unlike existing global single sign on solutions like the ones from Google or Facebook, ID4me does not track and analyze the internet surfing habits of its users. ID4me will make sure that the surfing habits stay secret.
Also, ID4me does not belong to an enterprise. It is an open standard that is maintained by a nonprofit organization. Anyone who wants to can participate. This way the users can chose freely between different ID4me providers and can also change the provider anytime.
After jumping another hurdle on its way towards release, the Samsung Galaxy S received its FCC certification on the 3G bands belonging to AT&T. The possibility of having the most graphically powerful handset to date released on AT&T will undoubtedly leave many Android users disappointed.
I wrote earlier about some researching done that showed the likelihood of the Samsung Galaxy S going to AT&T and that article reinforces this idea even further.
AT&T's history of limiting their Android phones may make you wary (and why shouldn't it) of whether to buy the phone. Hopefully this phone won't be an AT&T exclusive for very long, if at all.
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