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BlackBerry CEO says company will exit handset business if it remains in red

BlackBerry CEO says company will exit handset business if it remains in red

BlackBerry has been struggling for years in the smartphone realm after its handsets quickly fell out of popularity in the face of rivals like Android devices and the iPhone. BlackBerry began to lose its government and business accounts and has found it hard to compete in the current market. Considering the company’s dire fortunes, you might think that it would be out to sell devices through any company that it can work with.

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T-Mobile CEO gives BlackBerry users reasons to stay [UPDATE]

T-Mobile CEO gives BlackBerry users reasons to stay [UPDATE]

BlackBerry might have practically cut its ties with T-Mobile, but the carrier is definitely not willing to let go of its customers. In an open letter to the BlackBerry Loyal, T-Mobile CEO John Legere tries to assure owners of continued support, as well as reasons not to jump ship just yet.

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Nokia Lumia 635 detailed for T-Mobile and MetroPCS

Nokia Lumia 635 detailed for T-Mobile and MetroPCS

This week Stephen Elop himself stepped onstage at Microsoft’s BUILD 2014 conference to introduce the Nokia Lumia 630 and 635. The Nokia Lumia 635 is the 4G LTE-enabled version of the device, coming with Windows Phone 8.1, a 4.5-inch display, and what Elop described as "more operator support ... than any other Lumia device to-date."

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BlackBerry cuts licensing partnership with T-Mobile

BlackBerry cuts licensing partnership with T-Mobile

It might sound like a headline worthy of April Fools, but BlackBerry is a company that can hardly afford such a joke. The embattled smartphone maker has just announced that come April 25, it will no longer renew its license agreement with T-Mobile that allows the carrier to sell BlackBerry devices.

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HTC One M8 priced and released: same day in-store

HTC One M8 priced and released: same day in-store

In a relatively unprecedented move for a top-tier smartphone in recent times, HTC has made the HTC One M8 available the same day it’s been revealed to the public. As HTC makes the HTC One M8 (the successor to the HTC One (codename M7) from 2013 their official newest smartphone, they also release it to pre-orders on some carriers and in-store availability in others. This availability includes both USA and UK carrier locations, as well.

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T-Mobile Galaxy S5 pre-orders underway

T-Mobile Galaxy S5 pre-orders underway

There are hoards of Android users out there that are looking forward to getting their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. Pre-orders for the device have started at most all carriers, including T-Mobile. We have already talked about some of T-Mobile's Galaxy S5 offers in the past.

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T-Mobile CEO Legere subtly compares BlackBerry to MySpace

T-Mobile CEO Legere subtly compares BlackBerry to MySpace

Most corporate CEOs are reserved and aren’t apt to say what they think. I always find it refreshing when a company has a CEO that isn't afraid to say what they think. A few CEOs have been that way in the tech world like Steve Jobs and Elon Musk.

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T-Mobile iPhone ad targets BlackBerry owners: “outrage” ensues

T-Mobile iPhone ad targets BlackBerry owners: “outrage” ensues

Supposing you’re a die-hard BlackBerry user and you’ve seen the T-Mobile USA advertisement released this week targeting you directly, you may feel puzzled. This advertisement shows the iPhone 5s and blasts the message "GREAT OFFER for BlackBerry customers". Since this message was posted earlier this week, BlackBerry users and top brass alike have taken to the soapbox to speak out against it.

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Sprint reconsiders T-Mobile bid in light of opposition to deal

Sprint reconsiders T-Mobile bid in light of opposition to deal

There has been a lot of talk focused on a potential merger of the third and fourth largest wireless carriers in the US. Sprint and T-Mobile have reportedly been in talks for a purchase for a while. The catch for the two firms is that there is more that goes into the deal than just agreeing on price.

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FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

FCC head tells Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son he is skeptical of T-Mobile deal

Sprint wants to purchase T-Mobile but since the merger would remove one of the four major carriers from the US market, the deal needs FCC and regulatory approvals. Sprint and T-Mobile have been working with the FCC to get the deal approved, but that may never happen. Sprint and T-Mobile had a meeting with the DoJ late in January 2014, and the merger was in danger after the meeting.

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Sprint purchase of T-Mobile gets murky after DoJ meeting

Sprint purchase of T-Mobile gets murky after DoJ meeting

The first time we heard that Sprint was considering a purchase of T-Mobile was in December 2013. At the time, the acquisition was tipped to possibly happen in the first half of 2014. As with any major acquisition, the deal would be subject to closing conditions and regulatory approval.

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T-Mobile LG G Flex release hits alongside blue-keyed QWERTY

T-Mobile LG G Flex release hits alongside blue-keyed QWERTY

Two devices will be arriving at T-Mobile USA soon, so says the carrier, with the larger bringing up the curviest of market cut-outs with the LG G Flex. The LG G Flex full SlashGear review should give you a basic idea of what it's all about, while this release is coming in right alongside a strange addition to T-Mobile's ranks: a new QWERTY.

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