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Say Hello to the iPhone 4S

Say Hello to the iPhone 4S

All the rumors and speculation have finally ended today regarding the next iPhone, as you all already know it will be the iPhone 4S -- no 5 here. While just about everyone and their dogs were watching the news as it unfolded, us included, the Apple site has been overwhelmed all day, pages keep disappearing for updates most likely. I'd like to introduce you to the new iPhone 4S courtesy of Apple.com

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US carriers ignoring Samsung Galaxy S II over Moto/HTC bias?

US carriers ignoring Samsung Galaxy S II over Moto/HTC bias?

US carriers have reportedly been dragging their heels over the Samsung Galaxy S II because of bias toward CDMA devices from rivals Motorola and HTC, a new Korean report claims, with a Samsung executive admitting that "negotiations with American telecom companies have dragged on." The Galaxy S II - of which Samsung sold 3m in the first 55 daysof availability - still has no estimated release date in the US, a fact which Chosun Ilbo's sources claim is down to carriers having "a better alternative" from alternative firms.

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HP Pre 3 Hits FCC, Now A World Phone

HP Pre 3 Hits FCC, Now A World Phone

The HP Pre 3 is the much anticipated second smartphone to be running the new WebOS, just after the recently launched HP Veer 4G. The last time the HP Pre 3 hit the FCC last month, the device looked like it would only be released for AT&T. But today, a new version of the HP Pre 3 has hit FCC, that suggests it will be a world phone with support for several additional bands.

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iPhone 5 a World Phone with GSM/CDMA spills Verizon

iPhone 5 a World Phone with GSM/CDMA spills Verizon

Red faces and angry Apple phone calls this morning, as one of Verizon's executives apparently confirms that the carrier's next Apple device - which we're presuming will be the iPhone 5 - will be a "global device" with both GSM and CDMA radios. The presumably accidental revelation came during the carrier's financial results call, in which Verizon promised that around 11m iPhones would ship on the network this year.

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SG Comics Presents: AT&T and T-Mobile

SG Comics Presents: AT&T and T-Mobile

AT&T made a big announcement this past weekend---on a Sunday of all days. The carrier has committed to purchasing T-Mobile for $39 billion, a deal that will take 12 months to complete. The acquisition is said to help more quickly expand AT&T's LTE network coverage. But merging the two largest GSM carriers in the US, leaves little room for competition.

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Sprint eyeing T-Mobile USA for potential merger?

Sprint eyeing T-Mobile USA for potential merger?

When it comes to odd bedfellows, GSM and CDMA generally don't mix, but according to the latest carrier rumors that may not be the case forever. Businessweek's sources claim Sprint is in talks with Deutsche Telekon over buying T-Mobile USA in return for "a major stake" in the resulting combined company, with negotiations currently caught up on a fair valuation of T-Mobile.

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