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HTC Blog Post Highlights ‘One Day’ With The New HTC One

There’s little question the HTC One is one of the most feature-rich Android devices to hit the market. With BlinkFeed, Zoe, BoomSound and the new UltraPixel camera, there’s plenty to keep you occupied during the course of any given day. So what does “One” day with the HTC One look like? It looks a little like the infographic above. Whether it’s your morning alarm, latest news, or your music and video player, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Sending Out Carrier Update Enabling LTE For Unlocked iPhone Devices On April 5th?

Update: As some of you have mentioned, there is no mention of LTE specifically in the body of the image below. Word from our sources is that this carrier update will enable LTE and it makes sense, given that  seven LTE markets are live and a carrier .ipcc update is all that’s required to do so.  As T-Mobile customers using unlocked AT&T or unlocked iPhone devices have had some lingering questions regarding … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms No Lumia 810 LTE Support With Short Statement

After weeks of speculation, most of it unwarranted the issue of LTE inside the Lumia 810 has finally been put to rest. As a number of stories have surfaced in the past few days indicating T-Mobile had indicated the device wasn’t in fact LTE-ready, I decided to do one last check with T-Mobile: While the Nokia Lumia 810 features a chipset, which provides the hardware capability to support both HSPA+42 and LTE, … [read full article]

Unboxing And First Look At The International Variant Of The HTC One

To say that we’re excited about the HTC One would be putting it mildly, damn near ecstatic would be more appropriate. In fact, it appears that based on our weekend poll there’s more excitement for the HTC One than the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S 4 among TmoNews eraders. We’re hoping to get our hands on a T-Mobile variant very, very soon but in the meantime we sent TodaysiPhone.com Managing Editor Cam … [read full article]

Hoping To Snag A 64GB HTC One On T-Mobile? Nope, That’s An AT&T Exclusive

If you were hoping to get your hands on the HTC One with 64GB of internal memory, we’re learning that T-Mobile nor Sprint will be the place to do that. AT&T outed the 64GB model as a carrier exclusive in a five-minute walk-through video posted to their YouTube channel. There’s still the question of when you’ll be able to buy the device period, no matter the size as “April” is still as close as … [read full article]

As Opponents Score Wins, Analyst Says T-Mobile/MetroPCS Deal Won’t Complete Under Current Conditions

Opposition to T-Mobile’s proposed merger with MetroPCS gained traction last week as two separate shareholder advisory firms came out against the deal. Now, P. Schoenfeld Asset Management, one of the loudest opponents of the deal is using the swing momentum by scheduling a webcast for April 4th to explain its position. Two of the most highly respected corporate governance advisory firms have now come out against the merger,” P. Schoenfeld Asset Management said … [read full article]

Weekend Poll: Which LTE Device On T-Mobile Excites You The Most?

It’s time for a weekend poll and this time I’m wondering what current or future LTE device on T-Mobile you are most looking forward to. Mind you the list is still limited and it doesn’t include devices that require workarounds to gain LTE capability like the Nexus 4. I’m also not including the Lumia 810 which is said to have built-in LTE capability but T-Mobile has yet to confirm they … [read full article]

LG Optimus G2 Spotted With Snapdragon 800 Processor, Headed To T-Mobile?

Benchmark filings for handsets are something we’ve long since gotten used to seeing for phones that are expected and/or phones that are rumored. Which is why we’re somewhat surprised, albeit delighted to see a benchmark filing for a device we didn’t expect. The LG D801 is a mystery device and about all we can tell from the filing is that it has a Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor and a resolution of 1794 x 1080. … [read full article]

T-Mobile, MetroPCS Deal Hit With Another Advisory Firm Urging Shareholders To Reject Merger

T-Mobile’s proposed merger with MetroPCS was handed another blow this morning as the last major proxy advisory firm recommended against the deal. In its findings, Glass Lewis & Co found the proposed deal lacked in several significant ways, including how MetroPCS agreed to the deal and the compensation shareholders would receive. Glass Lewis joins Institutional Shareholder Services in advising shareholders to vote against the proposed deal. Both advisory groups have … [read full article]