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Jeff Kagan
Thumbs Up or Down for AT&T + T-Mobile?
03/31/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1488 Words

... you've heard that AT&T Mobility wants to merge with T-Mobile . There are two main questions on everyone's mind: Is this deal good or bad, and will it happen or not? Whether it's good or bad, of course, depends on your perspective.

Sidney Hill
AT&T's T-Mobile Plans: Who's Looking Out for Consumers?
03/25/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1018 Words

... chuckled when I first heard of AT&T's plan to buy T-Mobile . Just days before, I had written that AT&T's movement toward phasing out unlimited data plans for the iPhone and its broadband Internet offerings was a sign that the telecommunications services...

Richard Adhikari
AT&T Could Squeeze T-Mobile's Network for 4G Boost
03/22/11 11:44 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 718 Words

... regulatory approval may be a difficult battle for AT&T in its bid to buy up wireless rival T-Mobile . However, if it does indeed gain permission to purchase its GSM wireless competitor, the technological challenges could prove to be much less of...

Rob Spiegel
Sparks Likely to Fly Before AT&T Gets to Seal T-Mobile Deal
03/21/11 12:04 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 804 Words

AT&T reached an agreement to acquire T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom for about US$39 billion. The deal will need approval from the Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice to verify it would not violate antitrust laws. If approved, it could close in...

Erika Morphy
Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Rumors - No Pain, No Gain?
03/09/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 774 Words

Deutsche Telekom is reportedly in talks with Sprint Nextel to sell its T-Mobile USA unit. The terms revolve around a major stake Deutsche Telekom would take in the combined entity, according to unnamed sources quoted in Bloomberg, which broke the story. The negotiations...

Richard Adhikari
T-Mobile Loads Latest Gadgets With More Ds, More Gs
02/02/11 11:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 800 Words

... T-Mobile announced two new 4G devices this week. One's the Samsung Galaxy S 4G smartphone, which will be available later this month.

The other's the G-Slate tablet from LG . This is powered by Android 3.0, aka "Honeycomb," and is 3D-capable.

Patrick Reilly
T-Mobile's G2 Hurtles Onto Smartphone Scene
09/09/10 11:11 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 619 Words

... T-Mobile officially unveiled its G2 smartphone, the successor to the world's first Android -powered mobile phone, touting its faster Web-browsing experience and direct integration with Google services. The G2, which is designed specifically for T-Mobile's new HSPA+ network, features downloads at "4G...

Erika Morphy
T-Mobile Offers Fat Trade-In Credits to Switch From iPhone to HD2
04/05/10 1:49 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 626 Words

... T-Mobile has launched a promotion offering credit toward the purchase of its high-end HTC HD2 to anyone willing to trade in an iPhone. The promotion was reported on several blogs including TmoNews, which cited an internal memo describing it. The company reportedly...

Richard Adhikari
T-Mobile Takes a Baby Step Toward 4G
03/25/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 720 Words

... T-Mobile on Wednesday said that it would offer the United States' fastest 3G wireless network by upgrading its existing 3G service to High-Speed Packet Access Plus (HSPA+) 3.5G technology . By the end of the year, T-Mobile expects to have HSPA+ deployed...

Katherine Noyes
AT&T, T-Mobile Roll Out Dueling 3G Upgrades
01/06/10 1:10 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 705 Words

AT&T and T-Mobile both announced on Tuesday that they have upgraded their 3G networks with technology enabling faster speeds. Specifically, the carriers have both deployed HSPA 7.2 technology at their cell sites across the United States.

That technology will improve consistency in...

Katherine Noyes
Can T-Mobile Get Its Groove Back?
11/18/09 2:18 PM PT | CRM Buyer | 773 Words

... fall has not been kind to T-Mobile . First, the mobile operator had to account for mountains of lost data that had been stored by Sidekick customers on the infrastructure of Danger, the Microsoft-owned company that developed the Sidekick device.

Then...

Erika Morphy
T-Mobile Offers Glimmer of Hope - or $100 Credit - in Data Loss Debacle
10/13/09 11:29 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 751 Words

... is now largely restored to Sidekick users, but T-Mobile is apparently still struggling to retrieve content and data lost due to a server malfunction over the weekend. At the same time, the carrier is piling on the mea culpas to its customers,...

Renay San Miguel
T-Mobile Invites Android Into the Home
04/06/09 12:18 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 791 Words

... potential customers and the technology press await T-Mobile's G2 smartphone later this year, the wireless carrier is reportedly already knee-deep into the development of the next level of devices powered by the open source Android operating system . The company will...

Chris Maxcer
Will HTC and T-Mobile Get Android's Gears Spinning?
08/15/08 11:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 740 Words

... T-Mobile may be partnering with cell phone handset manufacturer HTC to deliver the first smartphone running Google's Android platform , according to reports. An article in the The New York Times cited unnamed sources briefed on T-Mobile's plans who said the carrier...

Keith Regan
Feud Brewing: T-Mobile Sues Starbucks Over WiFi Move
06/09/08 11:27 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 806 Words

... months after Starbucks named AT&T as its new WiFi provider, T-Mobile has filed a lawsuit against Starbucks, saying the chain is causing the carrier financial harm by giving away access on its networking infrastructure . T-Mobile is claiming that Starbucks engaged in...

Katherine Noyes
T-Mobile's 3G Network Touches Down in NYC
05/05/08 2:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 670 Words

... T-Mobile customers in New York City are the first to be able to enjoy its long-awaited third-generation (3G) wireless service, the company announced Monday. T-Mobile officially launched its 3G network in New York on Monday, with plans to continue the 3G rollout...

Erika Morphy
T-Mobile Shines Spotlight on Shadow
10/29/07 2:29 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 455 Words

... T-Mobile has introduced the first product in a new smartphone line, dubbed the "Shadow." In a departure for a wireless carrier, T-Mobile worked closely with Microsoft and the device manufacturer throughout the product's development. The Shadow's user interface (UI) is based on...

Katherine Noyes
T-Mobile Eyes Expansion With $2.4B SunCom Deal
09/17/07 11:55 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 626 Words

... T-Mobile USA plans to acquire cellular company SunCom Wireless Holdings for US$1.6 billion in cash and assume SunCom's net debt of $800 million, the companies announced Monday. The acquisition will extend T-Mobile's network coverage in the southeastern United States and the Caribbean...

Katherine Noyes
T-Mobile Targets In-Home Dead Zone
06/27/07 1:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 613 Words

... T-Mobile on Wednesday launched its converged cellular and WiFi service HotSpot @Home that lets cell phone users switch seamlessly between T-Mobile hotspots and their own wireless routers. Cellular phones often don't work as well inside as they do outside, which is frustrating...

Keith Regan
Vivendi Sues T-Mobile Over Polish Investment
10/24/06 10:45 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 530 Words

... long-simmering dispute among major wireless carriers took a nasty turn Tuesday when Vivendi announced it had filed a racketeering lawsuit against rival T-Mobile . Vivendi's suit claims T-Mobile "illegally appropriated" US$2.5 billion that Vivendi invested in Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa , or PTC,...

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