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Sprint: AT&T/T-Mobile merger will cost jobs

Sprint isn’t happy about AT&T’s hopeful $39 billion merger with T-Mobile. The deal would mean some bad news for Sprint, which would be the last-place cellular carrier if T-Mobile is removed from its place as the No. 4 carrier in the U.S. It would also make AT&T absolutely huge – bigge ... Full Article »

September 1, 2011 2:28pm

Gamers don’t need an iPad 2 with these five Android tablets

We all know what kind of powerhouse device the iPad 2 is for gaming. But what about other possibilities? Can any of the dozens of tablets powered by Google’s Android operating system go up against the iPad 2 in a free-for-all deathmatch? Here are five worthy options you should consider tapping int ... Full Article »

August 4, 2011 1:00pm

Data usage spurs carrier caps, innovative products and new laws

We sure love our smartphones. These web-connected, app-riddled devices are connecting us with more information than we can handle, and according to a recent Nielsen report, mobile data usage is growing faster than ever. Telecom Research & Insights senior manager Don Kellog writes in the NielsenW ... Full Article »

June 20, 2011 9:48am

Android voice search inspires new Google search tools

Mobile has been a new frontier for search tools, incurring cutting-edge ways to find the information you need. For Android phones in particular, voice search was an early addition, and mobile devices also seemed like perfect controls for on-the-go image search. So it’s nice to see these mobile sea ... Full Article »

June 15, 2011 9:41am

Game rental service will allow T-Mobile customers to try Android apps before buying

If there’s a bummer to this whole mobile app thing, it’s that sometimes picking up a new app is a leap of faith. If something sounds interesting, often you’ll have to purchase it from whatever store in which it’s available to see if it’s any good. If it isn’t, in a lot of cases, you coul ... Full Article »

June 10, 2011 1:52pm

Motorola’s Photon 4G gives Sprint an Android boost

For those looking for some new options around Android devices, Motorola’s (MMI) new Photon 4G and Triumph are worth considering. The Photon 4G is the first Android-powered Motorola device on Sprint’s (S) network, while the Triumph is exclusive to Virgin Mobile US (VMED). Helping along Sprint’s ... Full Article »

June 10, 2011 9:52am

HTC Sensation comes fully loaded; Honeycomb gets boost from chip-makers

HTC is all lined up for another major device release, announcing the HTC Sensation 4G’s availability later this month. T-Mobile customers will be able to buy the Sensation in stores on June 15, priced at $199 after the $50 mail-in rebate. Rumor has it the Sensation will hit WalMart stores June 12. ... Full Article »

June 1, 2011 9:39am

Huge smartphone market growth isn’t helping T-Mobile

The smartphone market continues to balloon at a huge rate all over the world, helping manufacturers like Apple (AAPL), Samsung (005930.KS) and HTC (2498.TW) to sell millions of phones during the past year. New data released by research firm IDC shows the market increasing by 79.7 percent between Q1 ... Full Article »

May 6, 2011 2:55pm

T-Mobile debuts two new Android devices: LG G2x and Samsung Sidekick 4G

T-Mobile is in full-swing, as they recently launched two new Android smartphones, the LG G2x and the Samsung Sidekick 4G as well as a tablet, the LG-Slate. The Google phones won’t break your pocket either, with new two-year contracts that is. The Sidekick 4G is the first edition of the handset to ... Full Article »

April 23, 2011 9:30am

New offerings by smaller carriers mean Androids for all

While big time carriers like Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), Sprint (S), and (for the time being independent) T-Mobile hold most of the wireless network market, smaller carriers are getting a piece of the action with new offerings of brand-name Android devices. Until recently, those in search of the ho ... Full Article »

April 19, 2011 1:10pm

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