Archive | May, 2011

T-Mobile To Giveaway Several 4G Devices Tomorrow Night

Attention attention, T-Mobile is giving notice that come tomorrow evening, they’ll be giving away “several” 4G devices. We don’t know what devices they plan on giving away or at what time, but if you’re a follower of @tmobile tomorrow would be a great night to keep an eye on their Twitter feed. Of course we’ll keep you updated right when it’s posted. @tmobile

Samsung 10.1″ Galaxy Tablet Coming The Magenta Way?

We’ll classify this one with the usual “rumor alert” statusĀ  but if the Samsung 10.1″ Galaxy Tab sign up page is any indication as to which carriers are set to receive the tablet, T-Mobile is on the list. Whether or not this sign in sheet is a glimpse at carriers that will be offering the device or something else is anyones guess at this point. Guess we’ll find out soon enough! Samsung Thanks Conan!

HTC Sensation, Doubleshot Arriving First, HTC Marvel Coming After?

While so much attention rests of on the HTC Sensation, the next question is what comes after the Sensation and the Doubleshot? As it turns out, the HTC Marvel, better known as the Wildfire S (2) is rumored to be on T-Mobile’s HTC Android plate. A budget Android phone with a 3.2″ screen and 800 MHz snapdragon processor, the Marvel will find itself as a mid-range HTC Android handset to complement … [read full article]

Sprint Asking State Regulators To Review AT&T/T-Mobile Deal

If Sprint hasn’t already solidified their position as the greatest vocal opponent to the proposed AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile, yesterday’s West Virginia filing may cement it. Sprint has asked West Virginia state regulators to review the proposed $39 billion dollar purchase with Sprint expecting to file similar requests in other states as well. “Clearly the interest of the public in this state will be adversely affected by the proposed merger because it … [read full article]

Department Of Justice Asks For More Information On AT&T/T-Mobile Acquisition

The Department of Justice has extended its review of the AT&T proposal for its $39 billion dollar acquisition of T-Mobile due to requests for new information. This move could allow the Justice Department to extend it’s review of the proposed deal indefinitely. Along with the request for more information, two unnamed sources said that antitrust authorities have sent “civil investigative demands” to competitors of the two carriers. These … [read full article]