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(Updated) House Republicans Kick and Scream over DOJ suit, Run to Obama

Update: A Bloomberg report indicates that AT&T has given close to close to $963,000 to lawmakers through donations that are supportive of AT&T’s bid for T-Mobile. All but 1 of the 100 lawmakers attached to this Republican letter have received donations.  “AT&T’s congressional support for its takeover of T-Mobile comes at a price,” Gigi Sohn, president of Public Knowledge, a merger opponent, said in an e-mailed statement. Among the cries of “no,” some … [read full article]

Galaxy S II Versus Galaxy S 4G Size Comparison

If you’ve been waiting to see how the Galaxy S II measures up size-wise against other devices in T-Mobile’s line-up then we’ve got the hands-on shot for you. Without a “true” hands on yet we’ve only been able to grab a few “in the wild” shots floating around with our ninjas and unfortunately none of them showed the device stacked up against other handsets. This image was sent in with … [read full article]

Blackberry Curve 9360 Pamphlet Arrives In Stores, Phone Not Far Behind?

While the rumored September 14th launch date for the Blackberry Curve 9360 has come and gone, T-Mobile retail stores are beginning to receive documentation hopefully indicating that launch isn’t far off. A pamphlet detailing all of the Curve 9360 benefits has begun arriving at T-Mobile retail stores which is typically a pretty clear indicator that we can expect to see the Curve 9360 appear on store shelves sometime in the not … [read full article]

myTouch By LG Devices Uncovered Through T-Mobile YouTube Videos

Sometimes smartphone leaks aren’t reliant on ninjas, sources or someone digging through Flickr to find a test image from an unannounced device. Sometimes it’s just about being in the right place at the right time and that’s what happened to last night to the folks from Androidguys who noticed a couple of YouTube videos were uploaded to the T-Mobile YouTube account for the upcoming myTouch by LG. That’s right, there is not one … [read full article]

(Updated With New Image) T-Mobile Moving Around Billing Due Dates To Line Up With Other Carriers?

I’ve seen a huge number of emails/Tweets come way my way in the last 48 hours regarding a sudden change in billing dates for your T-Mobile bill. T-Mobile has made some changes to their billing process in order to better align up with the competition and according to our feedback, failed to notify some customers about the change. Previously T-Mobile billed 28 days out and with the new process, bills are now due … [read full article]

Future Galaxy S II Owners, What Is More Important Inside Your Device?

With a Samsung Galaxy support Twitter account providing us with the first true hint as to what is inside the future T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy S II, we want to know what is more important to our readers. Your comments on yesterday’s post showed split beliefs on what you would rather see inside the T-Mobile GSII, processor speeds, data speeds or a combination of the two. So how about a … [read full article]

Samsung Twitter Account Accidentally Spills Galaxy S II Processor Info?

It appears as though Samsung’s very own @GalaxySsupport Twitter account has let loose the processor that we will eventually find inside the T-Mobile bound Galaxy S II. PhoneDog reader @MedeirosMusic pinged the Samsung Galaxy S Twitter account about the processor only to be told it was a dual-core option. Well that answer didn’t suffice as Julian further pressed the Samsung account for an actual processor and got an answer: a 1.5GHz … [read full article]

Samsung Exynos Still A No Go For T-Mobile Bound Galaxy S II?

The question as to which processor Samsung and T-Mobile have chosen for the Galaxy S II has been picking at the back of our minds for quite some time now. The decision not to showcase the device at the recent Samsung event lent further credence to the rumor that Samsung and T-Mobile had opted for a processor other than the Exynos. Well now a Samsung marketing manager has helped further the … [read full article]