T-Mobile Branded Samsung Exhibit II 4G Press Images Out in the Open

October 13, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Last month, a Samsung handset with model number SGH-T679 and T-Mobile-friendly bands hit FCC. You might remember that the device had similarities to the Samsung Galaxy W. Now that device is back, and we have got confirmation that it is indeed the Galaxy W. The leaked press images that you see below, which come to […]

Universal Service Fund (USF): What it Pays for and its Current Goals

October 12, 2011, By Leo Xavier

The Universal Service Fund (USF), which was created by FCC in 1997, has been a program for making sure that reasonably priced phone service is available to all US citizens. The program has done quite well in promoting access to telecommunications services at reasonable rates. But at the present moment, there is an ongoing debate […]

Sprint Unlimited Data Plan for iPhone 4 and 4S Could be Irksome for AT&T

October 12, 2011, By Leo Xavier

The introduction of the Apple iPhone 4S has been seen by many carriers as a great opportunity to attract more new customers to their own networks. Many are planning different strategies at the moment, but no carrier has come out with a better data strategy than Sprint. Sprint Nextel is the only carrier in the […]

Apple iPhone 4S May Get 4G Indicator on AT&T, Talks Confirmed

October 8, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you already know, Apple surprised everyone at the iPhone 4S unveiling event by announcing the handset as HSPA+ instead of 4G. This clever labeling of the iPhone 4S has helped the Cupertino-based company to pass through the regulations of all the countries. One thing that might have influenced Apple to do that might be […]

What does Your Wireless Carrier Know and How Long do they Keep that Info?

October 7, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Have you ever had the feeling that you are being watched? That someone is spying on every move you make? No? Well, unfortunately, you are being tracked. They know where you go, what you do, what you talk about, and even who you know. It’s about time you learned what all things your wireless carrier […]

US Cellular HTC Flyer Now on Sale; Costs $400 on 2-Year Contract

October 7, 2011, By Leo Xavier

The HTC Flyer Android tablet is now available on sale on the US Cellular network. The 7-inch device comes with features such as a single-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, 32GB of internal memory, and a display with a resolution of 1024×600. Earlier, the carrier announced that it would offer the Flyer with a price tag of […]

T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q Set for Arrival in Time for the Holidays

October 6, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cheer up T-Mobile subscribers! The carrier is expanding their myTouch line up and is all set to release two new LG Smartphones – myTouch and myTouch Q – on their network. You will be able to enjoy the two 4G capable handsets on the carrier’s large fast 4G network in the coming days. Both the […]

Samsung Epic 4G Touch Hit By Reception Problems; Fix Arriving Soon

October 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung Epic 4G Touch – the Sprint version of Samsung Galaxy S II – which has been continuing its successful run, seems to have hit the speed breaker. One hassle that has begun hurting Epic 4G Touch owners lies in the field of signal reception. The Epic 4G Touch, which launched a few weeks ago […]

LG myTouch Smartphone Spotted on T-Mobile Website

October 4, 2011, By Leo Xavier

Is there a new smartphone in the works at LG? Going by the image of a device that is currently being advertised on the Android page of T-Mobile’s website, it appears the release of a new myTouch device on the carrier is imminent. As you can see, the device being pictured is definitely not the […]

Samsung Galaxy S II on AT&T has a Security Flaw (Video)

October 3, 2011, By Leo Xavier

We have bad news for those of you who are using the Samsung Galaxy S II handset on AT&T. A security flaw has been uncovered on the device. The flaw allows any user to bypass any security locks on the smartphone. As you already know, the Galaxy S II and many other smartphones come with […]

Virgin Mobile LG Optimus Slider and HTC Wildfire S Announced

October 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We want to tell you that Virgin mobile is bringing  in the LG Optimus Slider as a prepaid offering.  The LG Optimus Slider  is the second generation successor to the LG Optimus V (not the Optimus Note, by the way). HTC Wildfire S has been announced as well. The LG Optimus Slider will come with […]

UK Mobile Broadband Speed not Optimum Yet; Still in the Dark Ages

September 30, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you live in the UK and think that you can watch Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and many others win gold medals at the 2012 London Olympics while on the move, well, this is pretty disappointing. With the Olympics just nine months away, the UK’s mobile broadband 3G speeds are still in the dark ages. […]

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