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Windows Phone 8X Gets A Five Minute Video Walk-Through

In a new video of the Windows Phone 8X taken at the GITEX Computer Shopper show now underway in the United Arab Emirates, we get a full walk-through of a device. This is definitely the most detailed look we’ve seen of the HTC 8X to date. The OS build is 9841, which is believed to be the RTM version of Windows Phone 8, however the folks at WPCentral aren’t 100% on that. There are still some … [read full article]

LG P769 (Optimus L9) With T-Mobile Branding Leaks To The World

Say hello to the LG P769 (Optimus L9) for T-Mobile courtesy of the @evleaks Twitter account. The LG P769 is no stranger to the market so we’ve got a pretty accurate look at the kind of specs T-Mobile will drop with this device including: Android 4.0.4 1GB RAM 4GB internal memory 4.7″ IPS TFT 854 x 480 display 1GHz processor HSPA+ connectivity 8 megapixel camera 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera 2150 mAh battery … [read full article]

Reminder: Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Ice Cream Sandwich Update Available Today

A quick reminder to all you Galaxy S Blaze 4G owners out there as today marks the first opportunity to get your hands on Ice Cream Sandwich. You can kick back and wait for the OTA to arrive or move right along and get the update via Samsung’s Kies software. Find all the instructions at the T-Mobile support link below. T-Mobile Support Download update from T-Mobile – T769UVLF4 You … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO Posts Video Discussing MetroPCS Merger, Full Text Included Via Internal E-Mail

The T-Mobile/MetroPCS deal is only minutes old and T-Mobile CEO John Legere just had a video posted to T-Mobile’s YouTube page detailing some of the finer points about the merger. I’ve included the full text below which is being passed around to T-Mobile employees internally as we speak. YouTube   Catch the video or read the full text below: This message is intended for all T-Mobile USA employees Team – Today is an … [read full article]

Breaking: T-Mobile, MetroPCS Merger Agreement Reached, Combined Company Will Stay T-Mobile

In a move that isn’t going to come as much of a surprise after both companies confirmed the talks, both boards have approved a $1.5 billion dollar deal. The combined company will be called T-Mobile and run by newly installed T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere. The deal itself will be structured as a “reverse merger,” meaning that MetroPCS will in effect take on its larger rival. Such a move allows T-Mobile to … [read full article]

Deutsche Telekom, MetroPCS Confirm Merger Talks Through Separate Statements

The Deutsche Telekom/MetroPCS merger talk is heating up as both companies release separate statements confirming discussions. Deutsche Telekom: “Deutsche Telekom is holding talks with the listed company MetroPCS with the aim of operating its subsidiary T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS within one company in which Deutsche Telekom would hold the majority of shares,” the carrier said on its Web site. “The talks are at … [read full article]

Google Releases October Distribution Chart For Android Version Breakdown

It’s a new month and with the start of every month comes a brand new chart from Google showing their version by version breakdown in the Android world. There is a small bit of good news for Ice Cream Sandwich devices with a jump from 22.1 percent to 23.7 percent of all Android devices. Not quite the monumental jump we’d like to see, but every increase is a good increase. It won’t … [read full article]

Leap, T-Mobile Complete Spectrum Swap Announced Last April

Leap Wireless just announced the completion of their spectrum swap with T-Mobile announced earlier this year. The spectrum swap included Leap receiving spectrum in Phoenix, Houston, Galveston, and Bryan College Station. T-Mobile received spectrum in various markets throughout Alabama, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin. T-Mobile and Leap also exchanged spectrum with Cook Inlet, a joint venture T-Mobile has a non-controlling majority stake within the markets of Philadelphia, Wilmington, Atlantic City and … [read full article]