Posts Tagged with "Carriers"

Certain HTC Smartphones Released to US Carriers After Passing Customs Inspections | Tech NEWS

Monday, May 21, 2012

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Taiwanese smartphone vendor High Tech Computer said on Sunday certain models of its newest smartphones have passed U.S. Customs and are being released to its… PCWorld Latest Technology News

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Test shots from Galaxy S3 for top four carriers surface | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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It looks like Samsung might be on track for a June launch with at least one of their carrier partners here in the United States. Devices are already in the hands of testers and, as you’d envision, those eager souls have begun uploading photos from the device’s camera to the internet. PocketNow procured the shots […]

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Carriers and Federal Gov Kick Off Emergency Alerts | Tech NEWS

Monday, May 14, 2012

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The Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service, a joint effort between U.S. wireless network operators and the federal government, officially launches this month. The WEA will deliver text message warnings to cell phone users based on a number of potential hazards, including tornadoes, flash floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, dust storms, extreme winds, blizzards, and ice storms. The […]

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Three More Small U.S. Carriers Launching iPhone on May 18 with $50 Discounts | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Last month saw six small U.S. carriers begin offering the iPhone for the first time, and it appears that another round of expansion to similar carriers is coming on May 18. Three new iPhone carriers, all operating CDMA networks, have rolled out their announcements so far today: – Bluegrass Cellular (Kentucky) – Golden State Cellular […]

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HTC announces HTC One V to come to US carriers this summer | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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Looks like HTC have announced that the One V is coming to America, as well. They’re apparently bringing the device to several US carriers and/or retailers this summer, but going beyond that leaves us with no clue in terms of specifics. The fact that they should be showing it at CTIA shows that they’re confident […]

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Coming To Sprint? – Other US Carriers Listed On Samsung’s Site | Tech NEWS

Friday, May 4, 2012

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With Samsung’s announcement for the Galaxy S3 earlier today, the Korean manufacturer mentioned that their upcoming flagship would be launching globally in 145 countries, across 296 operators. Globally is great and all — but what about America? Samsung also mentioned that the GS3 would begin arriving stateside this summer. Ok, summer is great and all […]

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Nokia Lumia devices not generating sales in Europe, say carriers; Would be doing better with Android | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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The Finnish corporation Nokia seems to be getting rounds of disapproval from major European carriers. According to Reuters, carriers are not satisfied with the Windows Phone 7-based Lumia line’s presence due to low sales. They cite lack of acceptable marketing by Nokia, glitchy devices, and more as reasons why “no one comes into the store […]

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Major U.S. Carriers Agree to Develop Centralized Database to Track Stolen Mobile Phones | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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The Wall Street Journal reports that the four major U.S. wireless carriers have reached an agreement with the Federal Communications Commission to work toward a centralized database to track and disable stolen mobile phones. The database, which the wireless companies will build and maintain, will be designed to track phones that are reported as lost […]

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US Carriers Form Alliance To Stop The Sale Of Stolen/Lost Phones Once and For All | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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Used smartphone buyers, who prefer to save a little dough by purchasing previously owned smartphones off eBay and Craigslist, may soon find little risk involved. WSJ reported today that the 4 major wireless networks in the US are teaming up with the FCC to stop the sale of stolen/lost phones once and for all. Apparently, Verizon, […]

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Carriers to Help Government Block Service for Stolen Phones | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

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The nation’s top four wireless network operators have agreed to work with the Federal Communications Commission to build and maintain a database of stolen cell phones IDs. The database would be used by the network operators to deny voice and data services to stolen devices registered on the list. The impetus behind the drive to […]

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