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"I read that the HTC Thunderbolt has great download speeds but poor battery life," Andrew writes, "but I noticed that the clocks are a little out of sync. Maybe I can find an app that syncs both clocks to the correct time."
Erkki Laite found this in his local paper, the Finnish Turun Sanomat on 02.11.2011.