After having sold more than 5 million units of the Galaxy note, Samsung is fairly well versed in large displays. But, that doesn’t mean the folks at Sammy don’t know how to
A few weeks ago, an internal T-Mobile image was leaked, and it showed us the HTC Ville and Huawei Prism, along with a possible April release. Now the Prism has finally made
More tablets, that seems to be the clamoring of the masses these days. So, in response, Lenovo has passed the new IdeaTab S2109 through the FCC for approval, and it comes
We have seen Samsung’s high end phones like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy Note, but for some people they cost an arm or a leg. For such
As Huawei moves toward the U.S. market, the Huawei Honor was spotted in an FCC filing, with AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands. While that doesn’t mean that it’s destined to AT&T, there’s a
Remember the catch in AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA? The contract that was agreed upon stated that should the deal fall through, AT&T would pay $3 billion to Magenta,
The FCC has announced a new Android device, the Huawei 8520. This device will be running Android 2.2 on an HVGA display, 1GHz processor (most likely single-core), 3MP camera, and
HTC recently entered the Android tablet world by launching their first ever tablet, the HTC Flyer. Back in May, we told you that HTC is working on a 10-inch Android tablet
The HTC Puccini, rumored to be HTC’s first ever Honeycomb tablet, was revealed back in May, and now we’re learning a bit more about the device. We told you that it will
Now, before you start jumping for joy on this one, there’s a catch or two. Let’s start with the HTC Flyer. It’ll be coming to T-Mobile, but only the UK branch has announced it for later this month. No word on pricing or if they’ll rename it, like Sprint’s Evo View 4G.
Well, it’s about time, isn’t it? After all the opposition to the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merge, Magenta has finally released an official statement. You can read the full statement below, but it basically repeats most of what we heard at the Senate hearing over a month ago. T-Mobile essentially supports the deal, stating that both companies are in a “spectrum crunch”, and the merge would solve this issue, while providing vast amounts of coverage to Americans. No word on how the FCC will respond to this statement, but rest assured, they’re taking a good hard look at the deal itself.
I for one am not a fan of the “Facebook Phone” concept, but it looks like HTC is set on it, as their ChaCha device just passed through the FCC. The AT&T version looks slightly different from the European version, but that’s expected.
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