Posted On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius Tags: android, android 4.0, boygenius, galaxy note, ice cream sandwich, leaked, mobile, phablet, rumor, samsung, t-mobile
Samsung’s smartphone-tablet hybrid, the Galaxy Note , is currently available exclusively on AT&T in the United States. According to leaked images published by TmoNews , however, the
Posted On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius Tags: android, android 4.0, boygenius, htc, htc one s, ice cream sandwich, Launch, mobile, one s, release, sense 4, t-mobile
T-Mobile’s new flagship Android phone, the HTC One S , is now available for sale online and in stores nationwide. Featuring
Posted On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius Tags: 4g lte, at&t, aws, boygenius, business, fcc, lte, mobile, spectrum, t-mobile
Following AT&T’s failed attempt to acquire T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for $39 billion, AT&T had to pay a lofty break-up fee as per the terms of its agreement. AT&T’s related expenses totaled $4 billion, and included in that sum was the transfer of AWS spectrum licenses to T-Mobile in 128 different markets
Posted On Wednesday, April 18, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius Tags: 4g lte, at&t, boygenius, hspa+, mobile, smartphones, sprint, t-mobile, tablets, verizon wireless
The four major carriers in the United States — Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile — all advertise some form of 4G technology, whether it is LTE, WiMAX or HSPA+, and each company claims to have either the most reliable, biggest, fastest or best network. PCWorld put the carriers claims to test in its “2012 Mobile Speed Test” and found that AT&T’s 4G LTE service featured the fastest download speeds while Verizon’s 4G LTE network provided the fastest upload speeds. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 21 network was the fastest 3G service and the carrier’s HSPA+ 42 service held its own with both AT&T’s and Verizon’s 4G networks, making T-Mobile a good choice for many wireless users who are looking for affordable plans.
Posted On Tuesday, April 17, 2012 By temp. Under BoyGenius Tags: at&t, boygenius, ctia, Data, data usage, mobile, smartphone, sprint, t-mobile, tablets, Verizon
As sales of smartphones and tablets reach all time heights , consumers in the United States are streaming more movies, downloading more apps and viewing more websites on their wireless devices. According to a recent report from the CTIA, annual wireless data traffic in the U.S. grew 123% from 388 billion megabytes in 2010 to 866.7 billion megabytes in 2011.
Posted On Tuesday, April 17, 2012 By temp. Under BoyGenius Tags: android, at&t, boygenius, business, galaxy s iii, htc, mobile, one, one s, profit, revenue, sales, samsung, smartphones, t-mobile
HTC’s stock was hit hard on Tuesday following news of Samsung’s imminent Galaxy S III announcement , which couldn’t have come at a worse time for the struggling Taiwan-based vendor. HTC’s record growth in early 2011 was stunted later in the year as strong competition from the likes of Apple and Samsung shifted attention from the vendor’s aging smartphone lineup.
Posted On Thursday, April 12, 2012 By temp. Under BoyGenius Tags: android, android 4.0, boygenius, htc, htc one s, ice cream sandwich, one s, press event, sense 4.0, t-mobile
T-Mobile on Wednesday sent out invitations to a special event that will allow attendees to “be amongst the first to experience the HTC One S,” suggesting the carrier will soon launch its flagship Android phone for the first half of 2012.
Posted On Friday, March 9, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius Tags: android, apple, blackberry, boygenius, iphone, mobile, smartphones, subsidies, t-mobile, tablets, windows-phone
Speaking at GeekWire’s technology summit in Seattle, T-Mobile’s chief marketing officer Cole Brodman voice some strong opinions regarding carrier subsidies, claiming they are hurting the mobile industry. “It actually distorts what devices actually cost and it causes OEMs, carriers — everybody to compete on different playing fields, and I think it is really difficult, especially from a consumer perspective, because it causes consumers to devalue completely the hardware they are using.” he said.