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Android Enterprise Security, GOOD

Are you a business customer on T-Mobile and really want an Android phone?  Then T-Mobile and Good Technology have a solution for you.  Together, they are offering Enterprise-Class security for business users on Android.  Put simply, “The Good for Enterprise Android solution lets business customers of all sizes harness the power of the Android operating system and provide enterprise-grade security and control over their business data and applications.”  We love security, don’t we?

DISH Networks And AT&T Customers Oppose the Merger

This has to be one of the most interesting developments in this merger case, if you ask me at least.  11 AT&T customers have gone to the New York-based law firm of Bursor & Fisher to help file an arbitration demand against AT&T, proposing that the merger will be in violation of the Clayton Antitrust Act.  Attorney Scott Bursor discuses the grounds for this arbitration:  “Government enforcement is an important part of … [read full article]

Rent A Tablet With The Los Angeles Angels

Take me out to the ball game, take me out with the crowd; buy me some peanuts and a tablet, I don’t care if I never get back. Let me root, root, root for T-Mobile, if they don’t win, it’s a shame; for it’s one, two, ten bucks, that’s all, to rent a tablet.  Wow, never again.  Seriously, though, T-mobile has partnered with the Los Angeles Angels to bring tablet rental to the Angels’ … [read full article]

Analysts Predict Merger Will Continue, No Matter The Setbacks

It seems like there has been a bit more resistance against this merger lately, but some analysts don’t think that will stop it from going through.  Doubt is starting to set in as Senator Kohl spoke against the merger and the FCC halted the review shot clock.  Though as Jeffrey Silva, an analyst at Medley Global Advisors, puts it: “The ebbs and flows of merger reviews create moments of pause that … [read full article]

Zagg And T-Mobile Announce Nationwide Accessory Launch, myTouch 4G Slide InvisibleSHIELD Is First

T-Mobile and Zagg Inc, maker of the InvisibleSHIELD have announced a partnership to distribute Zagg accessories through T-Mobile’s nationwide sales channels. T-Mobile will begin distributing Zagg products beginning with the InvisibleSHIELD for the myTouch 4G Slide (pictured) with additional devices expected sometime later. “We’re focused on enhancing the mobile experience for our customers by offering accessories that protect and extend the life of their smartphones and tablets as we are with the … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2x Gingerbread Update Pilot Begins For Employees, It’s Really Close Now

Look out world the T-Mobile G2x update is finally being seeded to T-Mobile employees, at least a select group in a pilot test to help address any problems the update might contain. Let’s just get right down to it and ask what does the G2x Gingerbread update fix other than bringing Gingerbread goodness to the G2x? Unexpected restarting Improved battery life Improved front-facing camera operation with Qik Record and Share Ease disabling … [read full article]

FCC Stops Shot Clock On Merger Talks

  Okay, Okay, so it’s not an actual shot clock, but the FCC has stopped it anyways.  The backstory is that the FCC normally gives 180 days to complete merger reviews, and they just stopped the T-Mobile and AT&T one at 83 days.  Stopping it isn’t a big deal, it has been done before, but the reason is very important.  In this case, they are stopping it to allow AT&T time to rework … [read full article]

Gingerbread for the T-Mobile G2 Leaked

Another hour, another phone gets the leaked Gingerbread treatment.  If you remember correctly, not too long ago some T-mobile G2 warranty replacement devices were being delivered with Gingerbread.  Now, that same build can be downloaded to your very own G2.  Sure, it has it’s share of bugs (they all do), and there will be an official update later, but this will surely pass the time.  Hit the source link … [read full article]