By: t-marco March 7th, 2012
T-Mobile USA and Sprint called on federal regulators to suspend an informal 180-day review period of Verizon Wireless’s bid for $3.9 billion worth of wireless airwaves from a group of cable-television companies.
In a letter written to the FCC, the companies and groups said that the FCC needed to force Verizon to submit unredacted documents that include information on “pricing, compensation and marketing strategies” that they say are needed for the FCC to make an informed decision on whether to allow the deal to go through.
By: t-marco November 22nd, 2010
The next generation iPad is suppose to arrive early next next, maybe Q1 2011. The new iPad model will run on both the GSM and CDMA based networks around the globe. This would allow the iPad to pick up 3G connectivity with virtually every major phone carrier here in the US, Europe, South America, and Asia
No wonder Rupert Murdoch is teaming up with Apple for an iPad only newspaper called Daily. At only $0.99 cents a week, the global reach of the Daily could be substantial.
Anyway, the next generation iPad with its CDMA and GSM will be capable of running off the 3G networks of T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint, here within the United States.
By: t-marco November 16th, 2010
AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless today announced the formation of a joint venture chartered with building ISIS™, a national mobile commerce network that aims to fundamentally transform how people shop, pay and save.
According to the companies, the new system will revolutionize payments, utilizing short-range, high frequency near-field communication (NFC) technology to engage in encrypted payment transfers at short distances.
How It Works
The new venture will enable contactless mobile payment and commerce services using near-field communication technology. NFC uses short-range, high frequency wireless technology to enable the encrypted exchange of information between devices at a short distance. The new system is being designed and built to include strong security and privacy safeguards.
By: t-marco October 29th, 2010
Gizmodo got some information about the new Google phone, Nexux Two. This time will not be made my HTC, it will be Samsung with a Galaxy S look.
“It’s black and shiny, built with glossy plastic. Up close, though, it’s “got this curve to it.” While the screen, which our source thinks is the same 4-inch AMOLED affair from the Galaxy series, is flat, the front is “sort of concave” with hard edges. And the back is curved. The tapering makes it feel thinner than Galaxy S, though it might be about the same thickness. “It feels really similar to the Galaxy S in a lot ways.”
Externally, the main difference from all of the current Galaxy S variants in the US is that it’s got a front-facing camera, and it’s running a stock build of Android that was still “really buggy.”
By: t-marco October 25th, 2010
Samsung will be unveiling a new Android device in New York City on Nov. 8. Rumors indicate that it could be a new phone for Verizon Wireless, the Samsung Continuum. We just hope getting new information about Samsung Galaxy phones like the Vibrant or Captivate ( i am using one btw) Stay tuned, folks.
By: t-marco October 5th, 2010
Finally, the app that all Android user were waiting for.. Now Skype is not longer exclusive with Verizon Wireless. Skype just launche its Android application only compatible with Android OS 2.1 and higher. In the USA making calls are only allowed using WiFi, while in the rest of the world you can do it using 3G, just becareful with how many MB you are using.
I have been testing Skype in my Samsung Galaxy Captivate and works great. Clear and fast.
Thanks skype. This is the application i was waiting for after switching from iOS to Android.
By: t-marco October 1st, 2010
Google has just expanded Android Market
paid app sales to 20 new international markets, promising to add another 18 countries over the next two weeks. According to Android Developer Ecosystem manager Eric Chu, support for paid apps now spans across nations including Canada, Russia, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, South Korea and Taiwan.
Originally nine countries were allowed to market paid android Apps. These original nations included Italy, France, Japan, Netherlands, UK, Spain, Germany, and Austria and needless to say, the United States of America.
But here is the trick, if you live out of those countries and you want to get paid applications, you only need to do is get a sim card from one of those countries (don’t worry if the phone number of the sim card does not work). Market only sees the country code of the sim card to give you access to paid applications. I did it and works the same, just make sure after installing all the paid applications you want, switch back to your own sim card.
By: t-marco February 26th, 2010
The Nexus One is introduced by Google as the next step in Android evolution and the hardware found on is really impressive to say the least. As it was rumored, it packs a giant 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 480×800 pixels. The handset is also featuring the Snapdragon chipset with a processor, clocked at 1GHz. It runs on the Android 2.1 operating system.
Just today, FCC passed the new Nexus One possible hitting to Verizon Wireless and/or Sprint. HTC PB99300 is the ID model for the Nexus One CDMA version.