A text message marketing firm has filed a lawsuit against T-Mobile for blocking its service, raising questions about censorship by wireless carriers on its network.
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U.S. consumers are going to have more options with fourth-generation, or 4G, service, as private-equity firm Harbinger Capital announced plans to build out a new high-speed network to challenge the major carriers.
The major U.S. carriers are moving more aggressively into the low-end handset market, selling “prepaid” services which often costs less and don’t require long-term contracts.
PC World – CTIA 2010, Las Vegas–The buzz over new, super-fast 4G networks is louder than ever here at the CTIA 2010 show. Everybody from handset makers to network infrastructure makers to app developers to network testing companies is talking about what they are doing to prepare for or participate in the movement of the [...]
The four major U.S. carriers, as well as Google, are telling federal regulators that they give consumers adequate notice about early termination fees, insisting that the charges they place for breaking a contract are a necessary to recoup the cost of high-end devices.
AP – The world’s largest mobile phone carriers say they’re joining forces to make it easier for software developers to write apps that will run on as many phones as possible.
Google has designed a smartphone it plans to sell direct to consumers as soon as next year, in a strategic move to bypass wireless carriers and challenge rival Apple.