Bloomberg is reporting that the United States Justice Department has filed court papers in Washington in an attempt to block the proposed merger of AT&T and T-Mobile USA. Details are obviously few and far between on this story, but one thing is painfully clear: AT&T has their work cut out for them if they’re going ... Read More »
It’s time for T-Mobile and LG to come clean on why the G2x is still “temporarily” out of stock on T-Mobile’s website.
Whoa there, AT&T! Are we moving too fast? – We all know about the AT&T/T-Mobile possible merger, and most people have been openly showing their stand on this situation all over the internet. Even Sprint has turned in an official statement to the FCC, further clarifying that this this acquisition will ... Read More »
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T-Mobile has announced a new contest for all you hardcore gamers out there. To celebrate the release of their first Tegra2 device, T-Mobile is looking to send two passionate gamers to E3 on June 7-9 in Los Angeles. E3 is the largest gaming convention in the world, and with the push toward mobile, casual gaming, ... Read More »
Are you one of the Motorola Cliq XT users feeling a bit shafted by Motorola and T-Mobile’s decision not to upgrade your device to Android 2.1? David over at Tmonews has discovered that T-Mobile is working with it’s Customer Loyalty team to provide a “Kicker Offer” to Cliq XT owners to make up ... Read More »
On January 19th, Motorola and T-Mobile will team up to launch the Cliq 2 with MOTOBLUR. The Cliq 2 closely resembles the original Motorola Cliq, but has some beefed up specs and a much-improved hardware keyboard that could make it a real competitor to the current line of high-end smartphones on T-Mobile. But does the ... Read More »
Are you a T-Mobile Vibrant owner patiently awaiting your Android 2.2 (Froyo) update? Get ready to scream.
Yesterday, T-Mobile and Samsung announced the Vibrant 4G, a refresh to the original Vibrant which adds a front facing camera, full HSPA+ connectivity (up to 21 Mbps), and the Froyo operating system. Samsung’s been pretty awful when it ... Read More »
At CES yesterday, Motorola and T-mobile announced the Cliq 2, a Froyo-toting QWERTY slider aimed at business/enterprise users. The Cliq 2 has a targeted release date of January 19th. No word yet on the pricing, but it will probably fall in the $150-$200 range.
The enhancements for business users include robust calendar capabilities, enhanced corporate ... Read More »