Archive | August, 2014

Samsung announces Sept. 3 Unpacked event, Galaxy Note 4 announcement likely

Samsung has started sending out invites to an Unpacked event on September 3rd, and it’s almost certain the Korean tech giant will use it to announce the next Galaxy Note. Given the fact that Unpacked events are almost always used to show off flagship phones, and the Galaxy S5 is already here, the Note 4 is a safe bet. Worth noting, the company used the Wednesday immediately before IFA in Berlin to announce … [read full article]

Rumor claims Xperia Z3 will be heading T-Mo’s way

A rumor published recently claims that the next generation Xperia phone by Sony is going to be launched on T-Mobile. Citing unnamed reliable sources, TechnoBuffalo¬†purports that T-Mo is currently “gearing up for the launch“. And we wouldn’t be entirely surprised if it was. T-Mobile launched the Xperia Z1s earlier this year, and so is one of the few carriers in the U.S. to have offered a flagship Sony device. Although it didn’t (hasn’t … [read full article]

T-Mobile to acquire more 700MHz spectrum in 38 counties in IL, IN and KY

A ULS filing with the FCC reveals that T-Mobile is set to acquire more A-block spectrum from an investment company named I-700 A Block, LLC. According to the report, the deal only involves the transfer of spectrum and doesn’t involve any transfer of network, other assets or customers. Presuming the request is accepted by the commission it would cover a a fairly substantial number of counties. The following counties¬†will be covered with the … [read full article]

Market responds to Iliad’s T-Mobile buyout offer: TMUS value climbs, Sprint and Iliad values fall

Watching how analysts and investors interpret certain events in the technology industry has the tendency to throw up some surprises, and often times almost makes for interesting reading. Yesterday, following reports that French Telecom giant, Iliad wants to buy T-Mobile, the news affected three service providers’ value. In regards to T-Mobile (TMUS), it seems as though the extra interest in buying … [read full article]