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myTouch 4G Gingerbread Update Pilot Starting, Broader Rollout Happens After

UPDATE: Just thought I would bring this to the main page again, seeing as to how T-Mobile has posted it on Facebook Oh myTouch 4G fans I’m looking for your attention right now as the official T-Mobile support forums has gone and dropped a surprise on us by offering up a release date for Gingerbread! That’s right on July 20th the test pilot will begin allowing customers who … [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]

AT&T Still Confident About Acquisition

In short, AT&T had an earnings report today and had a few statements regarding the process of the merger.  Wayne Watts, of AT&T, told those listening in that they are still confident that the merger will be approved by the FCC and DOJ in the first quarter of 2012.  Specifically, AT&T “remain[s] confident that [they] can satisfy the FCC and DOJ.”  So nothing has really changed.  In other news, that’s … [read full article]

LG Speaks Up, Official G2X Update “By Summer”

Right on the heels of the LG G2X class action lawsuit, LG has finally pitched in with something to say.  Unfortunately, their response isn’t really good news.  Their statement, issued by an LG moderator at LG Forum, is that: “The official word for the Gingerbread update on G2x is ‘by summer’ and all of the internal discussions thus far have it launching very close to that timeframe.  When we receive any updated information … [read full article]

(Updated, AT&T Too) T-Mobile Responds to Senator Kohl

  Well that was fast.  Not long after Senator Kohl spoke against the merger T-Mobile issues an open letter in response.  With a shake of their head and wag of their finger, T-Mobile says they are disappointed and disagree with his analysis.  Here is the entire response: “We are disappointed to learn of the position taken by Sen. Kohl on the proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile USA. While we have a great deal of … [read full article]