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Leak Shows Confidential AT&T LTE And T-Mobile Takeover Plans

Last weeks accidentally leaked document posted on the FCC website by the law firm employed by AT&T was taken down as fast as it was put up and unintentionally revealed some of AT&T’s LTE plans including the cost for AT&T to build out from its 80% “this is all we can afford to build” claim to the 97% it wishes to build. What fun would it be if the entire document didn’t … [read full article]

Blackberry Curve 9360 Coming September 14th

If the Blackberry Bold 9900 is a little to much Blackberry for you then do we have good as news as the upcoming Blackberry Curve 9360 arrives on September 14th. The Curve 9360 spots a 2.4″ 480×360 HVGA Touchscreen running Blackberry OS 7 with an 800MHz processor with 512MB RAM, 512MB internal storage, microSD expansion card slot for 32GB memory and a 5 megapixel camera on the rear. No word on pricing. … [read full article]

Samsung Hercules, HTC Ruby Release Dates Unveiled

There is little doubt that the Samsung Hercules aka Galaxy S II and the HTC Ruby are two of T-Mobile’s most anticipated devices as we rev up the back-to-school season. Both devices are Android powerhouses with each promising something a little different. We’re still missing out on a whole lot of details regarding both devices but one thing we can cross off our to do list is attempting to nail down … [read full article]

Blackberry Bold 9900 “Coming Soon” Says T-Mobile, No Wi-Fi Calling At Launch

The Blackberry Bold 9900 is ready to make its arrival on T-Mobile’s network sometime in the near future as T-Mobile has posted internal docs previewing the device as “coming soon.” Of course all signs point toward August 31st as the arrival date. That’s “soon” right? What’s truly interesting about the second image we received is listed under the specs: no Wi-Fi calling, UMA or Wi-Fi Hotspot. The image expressly tells us … [read full article]

Google Buys Motorola Mobility For $12.5 Billion, Android Motorola Razr On The Horizon?

I leave the house for a little bit this morning and the tech world goes bonkers with Google announce a $12.5 billion dollar purchase of Motorola Mobility. Android fans take note as now there is going to be a whole lot of Android love from Motorola and maybe (hopefully) even the destruction of MotoBLUR. You hear that Google, the tech world wants you to destroy MotoBLUR. Google is spending a whole lot of … [read full article]

AT&T Sues To Stop Merger-Blocking Arbitration Efforts

AT&T continues its road to world domination by filing eight federal lawsuits aimed at blocking a law firm’s attempt to stop the T-Mobile takeover via arbitration. The lawsuits were filed in response to a Bursor & Fisher law firm signing up over 1,000 customers looking to block the deal using the arbitration clause in the customer contract. AT&T says that the arbitration clause in its contract cannot be used for efforts … [read full article]

HTC Ruby Specs Leaked, 4.3″ Of Dual-Core Android Goodness

While the HTC Ruby is a bit of a mystery device a ninja source of ours we’ve been able to gleam a little bit of intel surrounding the specs and eventual launch. First and foremost this is not a myTouch device but will launch with a set of impressive and sure to please specs. The HTC Ruby will pack a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with a 4.3″ qHD display complete with a dedicated … [read full article]

AT&T’s “Ooops” Damages Their Biggest Argument In Favor Of T-Mobile Takeover

AT&T’s Thursday filing to the FCC related to the T-Mobile USA takeover was accidentally not redacted allowing for some details to come out that they likely would have preferred to stay private. AT&T unintentionally revealed that it would cost them $3.8 billion in additional capital expenditures to build out their LTE network from the 80% percentage they already planned on to the 97% they want to build. The document was accidentally posted … [read full article]

AT&T Hires Bankers To Help It Prepare To Divest Assets For T-Mobile Deal

AT&T has begun the process of hiring bankers that will advise the company on how to sell assets in a move to ensure that they will will receive a government stamp for the takeover of T-Mobile USA. AT&T has brought on Bank of America Merrill Lynch to work on lining up potential buyers for customers and wireless spectrum AT&T will likely need to divest to win approval. AT&T has stated … [read full article]

T-Mobile Listening To Feedback, Improves Customer Service

T-Mobile is clearly making an attempt to listen to customer feedback by reinstating the ability for a customer to call in and say “agent” or “rep” to directly reach a customer support rep. This comes two weeks after they removed the very same ability in an effort to ensure customers were properly routed to the right department. Feedback for this change was clearly negative based on our comment and social media feedback … [read full article]