MobileBurn: Carrier planning additional Facebook tie-ins as well.
Device Index T-Mobile
BGR: T-Mobile Sidekick 4G, which is built by Samsung,sports a 1GHz processor and the keyboard some folks have come to love.
The Register: Federal Communications Commission starts formally reviewing the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile by AT&T.
Mobile Burn:You can now buy T-Mobile's G2x dual-core Android smartphone.
InformationWeek: Plan offers unlimited voice, messaging, and data--up to only 2GB though.
Mobile Burn: Unlimited calling, text messages and data usage to go for $79.99 per month.
Mobile Burn: HTC spokesperson tells magazine Android OS 2.3 headed the G2's way soon.
Brighthand: The Android-run next-gen model in the venerable smartphone series to shop in three weeks.
Geek.com: Carrier plans to boost network speed for its high-speed network as well.
Brighthand: HTC's T-Mobile myTouch 3G gets significant system software upgrade to Android OS 2.2.
PC Magazine: Pundit holds out hope that AT&T won't get rid of at least some of T-Mobile's many good attributes.
BGR: Federal Communications Commission official says his agency's approval of the carrier merger isn't a forgone conclusion.
Engadget: Verizon isn't, apparently, interested in performing a similar merger with Sprint either.
PC Magazine: The Astound sports a 10 megapixel camera. T-Mobile is selling it at basically $10 a pixel.
PC Magazine: AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile drops the big four wireless operators down to three.
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