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Brightstar and MarketSource to become Target Mobile service partners

Brightstar and MarketSource to become Target Mobile service partners

We mentioned this morning that RadioShack and Target were going their separate ways with regards to their mobile service operation as of April 8. The two retailers were unable to come to an agreement to continue operating their mobile services partnership moving forward. The reason given for the dissolution of the partnership between the two companies was financial.

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RadioShack and Target part ways, end Target Mobile on April 8

RadioShack and Target part ways, end Target Mobile on April 8

The days of being able to waltz into a Target and buy a smartphone with contract are nearing their end. RadioShack announced earlier today that it and Target reached an agreement to end their partnership, and that on April 8 Target Mobile will be no more. The reason for the dissolved partnership is cited as being financial in nature.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 12, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 12, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday evening everyone. With the new year coming up shortly, a couple of companies took a look back at the year we're leaving behind, with Facebook posting its Year in Review and Google Zeitgeist 2012 going live. A video of an L-series BlackBerry 10 device hit the Internet today, and you can now have a look at SlashGear's calendar using UpTo on iOS or Android. Facebook was named the best place to work at in 2013, while Google revealed that it doesn't have any plans to develop apps for Windows 8.

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iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S now $50 off at RadioShack

iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S now $50 off at RadioShack

If you're looking for a good deal on the latest iPhones this holiday season, RadioShack has announced that they're offering both the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S at $50 off for all carriers, which means you can get an iPhone 5 for as low as $149 and an iPhone 4S for as low as $49. RadioShack is also offering $10 cash back for every $50 you spend there.

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RadioShack offering Samsung Galaxy S III with $50 Google Play gift card

RadioShack offering Samsung Galaxy S III with $50 Google Play gift card

While Black Friday isn't for another few days, RadioShack is already getting a head start on the deals. Today, they're offering a Samsung Galaxy S III for only $50, but in return, you'll get a $50 gift card to the Google Play store. So essentially, it's like getting a Galaxy S III for free, and you'll be able to download a ton of paid apps while you're at it.

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RadioShack wireless rates for no contract mobile plans leak

RadioShack wireless rates for no contract mobile plans leak

Grumblings have been heard online for a while now that RadioShack is getting ready to release its own no contract wireless mobile phone plans. According to the grumblings, RadioShack's service will be based on the Cricket Wireless rate plans. It sounds like RadioShack is simply rebranding Cricket Wireless plans for its own customers.

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Google Play gift cards hit Target, GameStop, and RadioShack

Google Play gift cards hit Target, GameStop, and RadioShack

The official Google Play store for digital media such as apps, music, and books, has been given a collection of real-life gift cards. This set of gift cards appears in $10, $25, and $50 denominations, and is able to be used on digital media only - no hardware or accessory purchases here! These gift cards will be available immediately if not soon at RadioShack, Target, and GameStop.

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iPhone 5 release imminent as 4 stock drops

iPhone 5 release imminent as 4 stock drops

Despite the method Apple used for massive iPhone sales at the launch of the iPhone 4S this past year, it appears now that the iPhone 4 will be exiting the show before the iPhone 5 hits shelves later this year. Several companies including Target and RadioShack have initiated a $49.99 sale price for the iPhone 4 with Best Buy joining this party just this week. Searches across several online sources (including Best Buy online) have yielded shows of low or no stock on the phone, this very possibly pointing toward the stock change that will certainly occur once the next-generation iPhone 5 hits shelves.

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Stock likely tight for Apple partners’ new iPad sales

Stock likely tight for Apple partners’ new iPad sales

This morning it's been announced that Apple will not only be selling the new iPad from their own retail locations, they'll be working with a series of 3rd party stores as well - this likely spreading the stock thin for everyone involved. This iPad release will have Apple joined by Best Buy, RadioShack, Sam's Club, Target, and Walmart, not to mention the two big mobile carriers giving this iPad its first dose of 4G LTE: AT&T and Verizon. Like last year's release of the iPad 2, customers should expect lines to be long and stock to be short - people are already lined up waiting for the Friday 8AM release, believe it or not!

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RadioShack begins new iPad in-store pre-orders

RadioShack begins new iPad in-store pre-orders

RadioShack has begun accepting pre-orders for the new iPad, making it the first company other than Apple to start selling the third-generation tablet, previously referred to as the iPad 3 or iPad HD. The device was unveiled yesterday and is set to launch on March 16 with optional 4G LTE connectivity through Verizon and AT&T.

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RadioShack soon carrying Barnes and Noble Nook and Nook Color

RadioShack soon carrying Barnes and Noble Nook and Nook Color

Right on cue before another big release from Barnes & Noble in the form of a autumn release of the Nook Color 2 comes a brand new carrier for the massively popular electronic reader. This announcement contains both the original Nook which is priced currently at $139 and the Nook Color which is currently set at $249. Both devices will be available at RadioShack soon, while onlookers see this as a move toward a more broad coverage of mobile computing devices at the retail chain.

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RadioShack offloading T-Mobile phones with “Back-to-School” sale

RadioShack offloading T-Mobile phones with “Back-to-School” sale

RadioShack has just begun clearing out T-Mobile Android phones under the guise of a "Back-to-School" sale. But we all know that it's really needing to clear out all T-Mobile inventory by September 15, when the floundering carrier will get kicked out to usher in Verizon in its place. So, if you've been wanting to pick up a T-Mobile Sidekick 4G or a G2X, now's the time.

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