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Samsung may reveal Galaxy Note 10 at August 7th event

Heads up, fans of Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, because a new report claims to have info on when the Galaxy Note 10 will make its official debut. Samsung will announce the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7th, claims a report from CNET. It’s said that Samsung will host its Note 10 event at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, just like last year’s Note 9 event. While still unconfirmed, August 7th would be almost exactly … [read full article]

T-Mobile Tuesdays will soon offer free Pride water bottles to customers

Looks like T-Mobile is getting another piece of T-Mo swag ready for customers. T-Mobile is planning to give away Pride flasks with the T-Mo logo on them as part of T-Mobile Tuesdays. A TmoNews tipster sent along the photo you see above, which shows a magenta collapsible water bottle with a carabiner and a lid. It seems likely that T-Mobile will hand these out to customers next week.¬†There was no mention of these Pride … [read full article]

DOJ’s Delrahim reportedly met with FCC’s Pai to talk T-Mobile-Sprint merger, decision may be close

There’s been a lot of back-and-forth in recent weeks about the Justice Department and its antitrust review of T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, but according to a new report, a decision may be imminent. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Justice Department antitrust chief Makan Delrahim allegedly met last Friday to discuss the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. According to Fox Business, the two discussed how they can keep the U.S. telecom space remains competitive and how they can ensure … [read full article]

Google Pixel 4 appears in renders with large camera housing, no rear fingerprint reader

Now that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a are available from T-Mobile, we may see Google’s future flagship phones appear on T-Mo’s shelves at launch. And today we’re getting what may be the first credible Pixel 4 images. Renders that claim to show the Google Pixel 4 have surfaced. One thing to keep in mind while viewing these renders is that they’re not official images from Google. They’re renders based on early prototype schematics, say [read full article]

Amazon rumored to be interested in buying Boost Mobile from T-Mobile and Sprint

One of the concessions that T-Mobile is willing to make to get its merger with Sprint approved is a sale of Boost Mobile. We’re still waiting to see if the deal will gain approval from regulators, but if it does, T-Mo may already have a buyer for Boost. Amazon is rumored to be considering buying Boost Mobile from T-Mobile and Sprint if their merger is approved. Reuters sources say that Amazon is mainly attracted … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Sprint may divest spectrum to get Justice Department’s approval for merger

We’ve heard that T-Mobile and Sprint are hard at work on convincing the Department of Justice to approve their merger, and now we’ve gotten wind of one concession that the two carriers might make. T-Mobile and Sprint are thinking about divesting some of their spectrum to improve the odds of the DOJ approving their merger. That’s according to reports from Reuters and Bloomberg, with the latter adding that the divested airwaves would go … [read full article]

Reports say T-Mobile and Sprint in talks with DOJ about merger divestitures, Boost Mobile could sell for up to $3 billion

As we continue to wait for the Department of Justice to review the T-Mobile and Sprint merger, reports that try to give us an idea of what’s going on behind the scenes are coming out. First up, it’s said that T-Mobile and Sprint are currently meeting with the DOJ to discuss the merger. CNBC’s David Faber says that T-Mo and Sprint are working with the DOJ on divestitures that could address concerns that some people … [read full article]

Department of Justice reportedly recommends blocking T-Mobile-Sprint merger

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The Federal Communications Commission may be on board with T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger, but a new report says that the deal is now facing opposition from the Department of Justice. The DOJ’s antitrust division has recommended that¬†the T-Mobile-Sprint merger be blocked, say sources speaking to Reuters. It’s said that the Justice Department’s antitrust staff are concerned that T-Mobile will not work aggressively to cut prices and improve service if the merger is approved. A … [read full article]

DOJ reportedly leaning against approving T-Mobile and Sprint’s merger

After getting some good news regarding its merger with Sprint from the FCC this morning, there’s now some not-so-great news for T-Mobile. The Department of Justice is leaning against approving the T-Mobile-Sprint merger, according to a report from Bloomberg. It’s said that DOJ has antitrust concerns about the deal and T-Mo and Sprint haven’t done enough to resolve those concerns so far. This news comes hours after FCC Chairman Ajit Pai publicly pledged his … [read full article]

T-Mobile and Sprint expected to make merger concessions, including sale of Boost Mobile

One week after a rumor claimed that T-Mobile and Sprint may make concessions with their merger agreement to help it get federal approval, a new report says that those concessions have been decided. T-Mobile and Sprint will make a commitment to sell Boost Mobile as part of an effort to help their merger gain approval, say Bloomberg sources. Virgin Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile would remain with the combined T-Mobile and Sprint. The two … [read full article]