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Sprint: No iPhone 4 in stores, "free with contract" deal only available online
Bringing your iPhone to T-Mobile? Better think twice

Monday morning Microsoft: Windows Phone 7.8, Surface, and T-Mobile's sales play

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Happy Monday everyone,  I do trust that you have finished off that turkey by now. Happily, the world of technology didn’t stop while we all gorged and napped. To that end, consider this post a catch-up on what has been going on in Redmond. In case you are even further behind...
Monday morning Microsoft: Windows Phone 7.8, Surface, and T-Mobile's sales play

Hill-Wood hits back as Arsenal boardroom row grows

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• Chairman says Alisher Usmanov's criticisms 'not helpful'• 'It's not as if we've been relegated,' says Hill-WoodThe Arsenal chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, has staunchly defended the running of the club against the vitriolic criticism levelled against the board by the 30% owner, the Uzbek billionaire Alisher Usmanov. Hill-Wood maintained that Arsenal's...
Hill-Wood hits back as Arsenal boardroom row grows

These Are The Best-Selling Phones On Amazon Right Now (GOOG, RIMM, AMZN)

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We came across Amazon's list of best-selling smartphones today, and thought we'd dig through it a bit. While Amazon's ranking aren't perfect, it does provide a good snapshot of what people are buying right now. Some of your favorites are there, of course -- Nokia's Lumia 900, Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, and...
These Are The Best-Selling Phones On Amazon Right Now (GOOG, RIMM, AMZN)

Cablevision files antitrust suit against Viacom over programming bundling

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Fan of channels such as CMT, VH1 Classic and Teen Nick? Cablevision is assuming that's a negatory. Today, the cable provider filed a federal antitrust suit against Viacom over the content distributor's programming bundling practices, which are alleged as anti-competitive. The lawsuit revolves around Viacom's insistence that ancillary networks...
Cablevision files antitrust suit against Viacom over programming bundling

Sprint to offer ZTE tablet free with smartphone purchase

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Sprint may be preparing to give away a 7-inch tablet with the purchase of a new or renewal smartphone contract. TechnoBuffalo has uncovered a flier that says the carrier will unveil a new offer; one wherein customers will receive a ZTE Optik along with the purchase of a new smartphone...
Sprint to offer ZTE tablet free with smartphone purchase

UK mobile operator Three abolishes ‘out-of-bundle’ data charges with new ‘Essential’ price plan

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UK mobile operator Three has announced a new “fear-free” Internet data plan which it says will spell the end for out-of-bundle data charges for all new contract customers. From March 8, all new Three customers will still be offered an all-you-can-eat unlimited data plan, but they will also be offered...
UK mobile operator Three abolishes ‘out-of-bundle’ data charges with new ‘Essential’ price plan

Ting launches no-contract wireless phone service on Sprint's network

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It's not every day that a new nationwide wireless provider pops up, but that's exactly what happened today with the official launch of Ting, a new contract-free carrier. Ting, which is owned by Tucows (mostly know for some domain purchase and registration services), provides service through Sprint's nationwide footprint...
Ting launches no-contract wireless phone service on Sprint's network

'China's Twitter' adopts new code

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China's most popular Twitter-like service, Weibo, adopts a new contract limiting the types of messages its users can post....
'China's Twitter' adopts new code

AT&T opens trade-in program for old smartphones

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AT&T is now accepting smartphone trade-ins as vouchers toward new phone purchases on its network, according to a press release from the company in Monday. Customers who bring in old smartphones can receive “at least $100” off of a new smartphone. Even better, the discounts are stackable, even off-contract....
AT&T opens trade-in program for old smartphones
T-Mobile may finally make good on its 'Uncarrier' promise at March 26th event

As prices drop, when’s the best time to buy a new phone?

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As the pace of advances in mobile technology accelerates, waves of new smartphones are appearing every few months. Here in the U.S., we’re addicted to handset subsidies and the two-year contracts that come with the lower priced phones. That’s why I told Kevin Purdy at Fast Company that the best way...
As prices drop, when’s the best time to buy a new phone?

Copyright protection platform Myows rolls out new contract-generation and IP-detection features

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We briefly covered Myows back in September, in our 5 ways to protect your work online feature. Myows (a contraction of ‘My Original Works’) lets users register their copyrighted files online, and also provides guidelines on how to build a case against infringement of their work. It also makes contact with...
Copyright protection platform Myows rolls out new contract-generation and IP-detection features

NetZero offering free data plan with new 4G hotspot service

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While Apple’s new LTE-capable iPad launched on AT&T and Verizon last Friday, NetZero announced today a new contract-free 4G hotspot service that provides consumers with another option for data. You might remember NetZero from its ad-supported freemium dialup service in the 90s, and the new service will also provide a...
NetZero offering free data plan with new 4G hotspot service

T-Mobile's new contract-free plans: Simple, cheap, and great news for consumers

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When T-Mobile said that its new “uncarrier” strategy was all about the customers, it wasn’t kidding around. The company has unveiled its new contract-free plans, and, somehow they’re pretty good. Here are the basics: For $50 a month, T-Mobile customers will get unlimited talk and text, along with 500MB of data. Those with...
T-Mobile's new contract-free plans: Simple, cheap, and great news for consumers

Everything Everywhere pays out £543m in dividends to shareholders

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First-half results from company formed by merger of Orange and T-Mobile show a 9% increase in customer contract renewalsThe company which owns the Orange and T-Mobile networks in the UK has paid £543m in dividends to its shareholders so far this year.Everything Everywhere (EE) said the latest payments mean it...
Everything Everywhere pays out £543m in dividends to shareholders

T-Mobile launches new contract-free data-only plans

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Not all of us want to be locked into a long term contract with a wireless carrier. Especially when it comes to data-only devices that might not get used on a regular basis. For those that want to grab a 4G dongle or a mobile hotspot and go, without...
T-Mobile launches new contract-free data-only plans
T-Mobile reportedly introducing unlimited mobile-to-mobile minutes on April 4th

Droid Razr free at Best Buy today with new contract

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The original Razr smartphone had a good run of a year before it became a giveaway in the eyes of retailers. [Read more]...
Droid Razr free at Best Buy today with new contract
HTC One coming to T-Mobile on April 24th

Verizon Reports Q3 2012 Results: $29B In Revenue, Earnings Of $.56 Per Share, 1.5M New Postpaid Wireless Subscribers

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Telecommunications giant Verizon has just released its Q3 2012 earnings, reporting double digital growth for the third consecutive quarter. Wireless service revenues accounted for a good chunk of income on the backs of record high profit margin. And once again, analysts were right on the money with Verizon reporting $29B...
Verizon Reports Q3 2012 Results: $29B In Revenue, Earnings Of $.56 Per Share, 1.5M New Postpaid Wireless Subscribers

Verizon opens pre-orders for Galaxy S4 16GB

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Samsung's new flagship smartphone can be yours for $199.99 with a new contract and mail-in rebate. [Read more]...
Verizon opens pre-orders for Galaxy S4 16GB

Facebook's New Terms: Treat Zynga Like Most Other Game Developers

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Facebook and Zynga said today that they have revised a two-year-old contract, which will make the the two companies’s relationship way less complicated. The deal was originally agreed to in May 2010, and was partially disclosed when Zynga went public. I’m still sorting through the details of the new agreement, which...
Facebook's New Terms: Treat Zynga Like Most Other Game Developers

PlayStation Suite's 'open beta' SDK available to download now

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As promised last month, Sony has launched its PlayStation Suite SDK on open beta. Machinations have continued since November behind closed beta doors, but the free SDK is now available for anyone to download. Developers will be able to make content accessible for all PlayStation-certified devices, from the PS...
PlayStation Suite's 'open beta' SDK available to download now

New Oracle deal with Cabinet Office will save £75m

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Savings should come from a more vanilla approach to software procurement and all parts of government paying the same price for Oracle productsThe Cabinet Office has signed a new contract with Oracle, one of the government's largest IT suppliers, which it says will generate savings of more than £75m by...
New Oracle deal with Cabinet Office will save £75m
Verizon offering Galaxy Nexus, Droid Razr, Samsung Stratosphere for free to loyal customers
AT&T workers go on strike in three states
Viacom and DirecTV negotiating failure leaves 26 channels dark

Verizon customers can keep unlimited data if they forgo device subsidies

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Verizon Wireless says existing customers can keep their unlimited data plans, but there's a catch. They will have to pay full price for any new devices when they sign a new contract. [Read more]...
Verizon customers can keep unlimited data if they forgo device subsidies
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