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T-Mobile reportedly past Sprint to take third place in the US market

In the US, carriers’ competition is quite competitive, yet uneven. On one hand, we got Verizon and AT&T that are so far ahead that no one even bother. On the other hand, there is a lower competition between smaller guys that is relatively more even. Well, that competition, right now is between Sprint-who are struggling-and T-Mobile-blooming at […]

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Sprint picks up its first Lumia

For a while now, Windows Phone users on Sprint have been in a bit of a pickle. For one thing, there is no Nokia device for them, and the offering from Samsung and HTC is quite unattractive. With the situation, the carrier desperately needs a solid Lumia device, and today, it got one. Even know […]

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Windows 10 is getting ready for the mobile platform preview

As we are moving into 2014, it means that it is closer to the set date for the Windows 10 event in the twenty-first of this January. With this new OS, Microsoft plans to have one Operating System across all platforms. While we already have a preview (or a beta) version of the WIndows 10 […]

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Year 2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,500 times in 2014. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many […]

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Top 5 Bloom and doom of the year

Looked back, 2014 has been one heck of a year, especially in the tech world. So, to celebrate the end of the year, let’s look at some bloom and doom of the year, as well as some honorable mention. Bloom: “Kimmy you’re a firework” Yeah, you saw that coming (BTW, just a short review, the […]

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T-Mobile’s wideband LTE network in on the air in NYC

With million of new users, T-Mobile desperately needs to expand their Wideband LTE network. To do that, the company starts with one of the biggest city in the world, New York City. The “Uncarrier” announces that custumers in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Long Island and Northern New Jersey is now able to use […]

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Smartphones’ tramp stamp will soon be gone

Beside carrier’s logo, the tramp stamp that OEMs forces to put on are just the absolute worse. Stupid FCC ID, Lead-free construction and the “Do not dispose in trash” icon are unnecessary and like tramp stamp, make anything accompanies it looks ridiculous. For years, many companies tried many tricks like hide it under the battery or have […]

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President Obama will intervene FCC from getting rid of Net Neutrality

While the president and his party was destroyed by Republicans in the recent midterm election, it seems like he is getting things done on his own. Many times on this site, you have read my feeling on the matter of Net Neutrality. While there are nearly 4 million Americans had expressed their feeling on the FCC’s […]

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T-Mobile officially launches the One M8 for Windows

As much as Google and iOS want to dominate the news this week, this Sunday seems to be the day for Windows Phone, and this time, is T-Mobile. While Verizon has the Lumia ICON, and AT&T has the whole suit of Lumia and the HTC One M8 for Windows, for those on T-Mobile, their option […]

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T-Mobile releases Lumia Cyan Update for its Lumias

Well, even know it has been a few months since Cyan updates is the official launch, carriers are taking their sweet time to roll it out. Props for AT&T for actually be the first one to roll it out, and now is T-Mobile’s turn to step it up. According to T-Mobile support website, Lumia Cyan update […]