You can file this one in “totally obvious” bin. Sprint put out a press release today, stating their official opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mo merger. Like we expected them to say, “Hey, this is a GREAT idea! Go ahead and merge together these two carriers so we can be an even more distant third in the US!”
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that an un-named FCC official commented off the record that there is “no way that they chairman’s office rubber-stamps this transaction.” The source goes
The above image may not look like much to you, but it is a telling document that Engadget has gotten their hands on. Telling in the fact that it is
We received an email press release dealing with MediaHub and AT&T. We have already seen how Google Checkout lets you bill directly to your AT&T bill, and now, MediaHub has
This is getting a bit concerning, Yahoo Finance is reporting that AT&T has made a statement saying that T-Mo customers who have 3G handsets will need to have their devices replaced if the recently announced merger goes through. The reason being that once the acquisition is finalized, AT&T plans on reconfiguring how the current T-Mo towers work, re-purposing them for 4G service in an effort to increase the speed of their network overall.
Though not strictly Android-related, AT&T’s announcement that it will buy T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion is news that will have a huge impact on many of our readers.
Some of you may recall hearing back in January that AT&T customers would be among the first to see the latest release of TeleNav GPS Navigator. Released as a standalone
AT&T is promoting their 4G network speeds with this latest commercial which features the HTC Inspire 4G.
Recently uncovered FCC documents indicate that AT&T may be the first US carrier to offer the portrait QWERTY Samsung Pro.
Android 2.2 is expected to hit AT&T Captivate handsets beginning tomorrow, February 24th. Now, let’s talk about Gingerbread.
The Motorola Atrix 4G is perhaps the best phone that AT&T could turn to in the dawn of the post-iPhone exclusive era. Grab yours starting today, February 22nd.
Been considering an Atrix 4G, but worried that, given Motorola’s track record of locking down its handsets, it might be a while before it’s rooted? Well that worry is out the window: Moto’s new dual-core superphone has been rooted before it has even seen official release by AT&T.
The Dell Venue, previously knows as the artist called “Thunder” is now available unlocked on both the AT&T and T-Mobile networks. In a posting on a community blog over at Dell, it is being said that:
The first dual-core smart phone to hit the US should be here before March 6th. Will you be pre-ordering one at $199.99 or have you got your eyes on something else?