T-Mobile is also offering tablets starting at zero down. Starting on November 1 T-Mobile will offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet with no money down and 24 equal payments of $19. The amount of free data is rather small at only 200 MB.
Even a small amount of free data will help some users who are away from home or office Wi-Fi networks get online and they need to. Customers can also pay for additional data with a $10 monthly plan with 500 MB of 4G data each month. Additional data can be added in 2 GB increments for an additional $10 per month.
Apple is preparing a significant expansion of its iPhone sales capabilities in its official retail stores, according to sources. Late in August, many Apple Stores in the United States will kick off a pilot program for customers to be able to purchase a new iPhone via the latest carrier upgrade programs: AT&T Next, T-Mobile JUMP, and Verizon Edge. Currently, iPhones bought at Apple Stores must either be ... Source: 9to5Mac
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Hey, I'm back! It turned out that today was the day for our annual neighborhood power outage, and at first I thought I was sitting pretty. I've got a Windows tablet, which means it's compatible with MoJo's blogging software. I've got my Bluetooth keyboard. And my phone will act as a WiFi hotspot, so I can connect to the net. Who needs electricity?
Well, apparently this year's blackout was so extensive that ... Source: Mother Jones
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AT&T, Inc.(T) is going to report its second-quarter 2014 financial results on Jul 23, after the market closes. Analysts are expecting the company to post revenues of $33.2 billion and earnings per share (EPS) of $0.63.
In the last quarter, the company announced EPS of $0.71, beating analysts’ expectations by a cent while it met revenue estimates of $32.5 billion. Moreover, it had the second-largest ... Source: bidness etc
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Nokia Lumia 520 has proved to be an extremely important entry-level handset for Windows Phone, allowing the platform to reach more consumers and become more relevant in emerging markets. Its successor has to live up to high expectations, as it has to exceed the 12 million activations mark quicker than Lumia 520 has managed to, in order to be considered a success. That is no easy task, when the competition in the entry-level smartphone market is heating up.
So does the new Lumia 530 ... Source: BetaNews
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Already this year, we've seen announcements of two major transactions in the media and telecommunications space: Comcast announced plans to acquire Time Warner Cable, and AT&T announced plans to acquire DirecTV. Congress has begun weighing in on these transactions and, if recent press reports are to be believed, they will soon have an opportunity to review the long-rumored merger of Sprint and T-Mobile. It is this third proposed transaction that is m ... Source: Roll Call
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4G and LTE: everything you need to knowNot so long ago mobile networks were relying purely on 3G/UMTS technology, which is now more than 10 years old and struggling to cope with the needs of today's data hungry users.4G/LTE (Fourth Generation / Long Term Evolution) is the next stage in mobile network development and provides users with much faster data speeds than 3G is able to. EE has been testing the waters with 4G since October 2012, and until late 201 ... Source: TechRadar UK
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Introduction and designYou'd have been forgiven for overlooking the Shield, Nvidia's slightly bizarre screen-meets-controller device - the whole thing felt a bit conceptual at the time of release, which is probably why Nvidia has continued to keep it locked safely inside the US.But since launch, the portable has gone from strength to strength: the introduction of Nvidia's Gamestream offer ... Source: Tech.co.uk
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