HTC Jetstream Tablet hits AT&T Sept. 4

AT&T will release the HTC Jetstream Tablet Sept. 4. It’s the first 4G LTE/HSPA+ tablet from Ma Bell and will have a powerful 1.5 gig processor. It’ll run the Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) operating system that was designed for tablets and helps make the new Samsung 10.1 tablet so good.

The tablet will cost a healthy $699.99 with a two-year contract. Yes, we said WITH a two-year contract.

Some details from AT&T:

  • Tablet features a 10.1” HD display, Snapdragon 1.5 GHz dual core processor and front and rear facing cameras.
  • For the first time, customers can receive discounted tablet pricing after committing to a two-year agreement for a new $35, 3GB monthly data plan.
  • For a limited time, HTC Scribe – an optional digital pen accessory- will be available at no additional cost.
  • If you don’t choose the new $35, 3 GB monthly data plan (with two-year deal), you can still take advantage of the pre-paid postpaid options: $14.99 for 250 MB or $25 for 2 GB. Customers on the 2 GB plan who go over the limit will get charge $10 per 1 gig overage.

HTC Jetstream Specifications

  • LTE (700/AWS)
  • HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS (850/1900/2100 MHz)
  • EDGE/GPRS (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
  • Android 3.1 (Honeycomb)
  • HTC Sense™ UX for tablets
  • Display: 10.1” WXGA HD screen
  • Processor:  Third-generation Snapdragon 1.5GHz dual-core processor
  • Camera: Front Facing 1.3 MP, Rear facing 8 MP and Dual LED Flash
  • Battery: 7,300 mAh
  • Expandable Memory:  MicroSD up to 32 GB
  • Dimensions: 7” (l) x 9.87” (w) x 51” (d)
  • Weight: 25 ounces

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Sprint early termination fees going up next month

According the excellent SprintFeed blog, Sprint will join AT&T and Verizon with heavy early termination fees.

Currently, the early term fee at Sprint is $200, but the blog says beginning Sept. 9, it will go up to $350 for “advanced” series devices like smartphones, tablets and netbooks. Only contracts signed on or after Sept. 9 are affected.

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U.S. Gov’t seeks to block AT&T merger with T-Mobile

The proposed merger between AT&T and T-Mobile appears to be in serious trouble.

Bloomberg reports today that the U.S. Government has sued to block AT&T $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA. The merger would’ve created the nation’s No. 1 wireless carrier, placing the new AT&T and No. 2 Verizon miles ahead of No. 3 Sprint.

Such a deal, the government argues, would create “substantially lessen competition” in the cell phone market. The complaint was filed in a Washington, D.C. federal court. The government also asked for a court order blocking any arrangement that might start the procedure.

As soon as the news broke, AT&T stocks shares dropped 5 percent.

In announcing plans for the deal, AT&T said it would pay T-Mobile’s parent company, Deutsche Telekom $3 billion. AT&T would also have to provide wireless and cheaper roaming rates. Published reports said the total cost to AT&T for not doing the deal would be closer to $7 billion.

But the government’s move doesn’t mean the deal is dead. Bloomberg quoted Howard University law proessor Andrew Gavil who said, “Given the size of the cancellation fee that was negotiated into his agreement, AT&T has the incentive to fight. The fact that the Justice Department is challenging the deal doesn’t mean they won’t negotiate a resolution at some point.”

In statements released later Wednesday, AT&T said it intended to push ahead with the merger. Deutsche Telekom released a statement saying it was “very disappointed by the DOJ’s action and will join AT&T in defending” the merger against the complaint.

T-Mobile present Phillip Humm wrote a letter to employees saying “We are surprised by this sudden announcement,” adding it will join with Deutsche Telekom and AT&T.

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Samsung introduces new Galaxy phones for T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint

As expected, Samsung launched its flagship Galaxy S II on three U.S. carriers Monday. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile got new phones while Verizon is expected to carry a different Samsung  product exclusively.

Samsung said all three variants of the phone will be available this fall. In Europe and Korea, the phone has sold five million units in 85 days, the company said.

Each phone will be among the thinnest in the market and sport Samsung’s Super AMOLED plus touch screen technology which is also best in class for image, color and clarity. The T-Mobile and Sprint versions have huge 4.52 inch screens (AT&T’s model is “only” 4.2 inches). They have 1.2 gig processors. Each phone is also 4G capable has 8 megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus and flash  plus 1080P video recording and a 2 megapixel front facing camera.

The Sprint phone will launch Sept. 16 at $199.99 with a two-year contract. There were no specific dates announced for the other two.

Here is the press release:

DALLAS, August 29, 2011 — Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile)1, the No. 1 mobile phone provider in the U.S., today announced the Galaxy S™ II will be available with AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile starting this fall. The U.S. launch follows the successful debut of the Galaxy S II in Europe and Korea, where consumers bought 5 million smartphones in 85 days, making the device Samsung’s fastest selling smartphone ever. The next generation Galaxy S II portfolio packs industry-leading hardware and software and the latest version of the Android smartphone platform into each device. The Galaxy S II portfolio is highlighted by Samsung’s own Super AMOLED Plus display technology, a powerful dual core application processor and a robust array of entertainment, messaging, social networking and enterprise experiences.

“The unveiling of the Galaxy S II is a landmark achievement for Samsung, our carrier customers and consumers,” said Dale Sohn, president of Samsung Mobile. “Five million Galaxy S II smartphones have been sold around the world and that number increases every day. We believe the cutting-edge design, features and user experience of this innovative device will share the same level of success in the U.S.”

The three smartphones within the Samsung Galaxy S II portfolio are designed with an ultra-thin form factor and brilliant Super AMOLED Plus touch screen display. Recent independent studies showed that Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus display technology was preferred 2 to 1 over any competing display technology in the market today2, thanks to touchscreen’s ability to deliver brilliant colors with the most contrast, providing a vivid and crisp viewing experience.

All three Galaxy S II smartphones are enabled with 4G3 service for fast connectivity speeds and dual core processors for seamless web surfing, console-like game play and rapid content downloads.

Personalized Customization
The Galaxy S II portfolio features an improved Samsung TouchWiz user interface, providing superior multi-tasking, application management, and customization and includes Live Panel which provides a magazine-like widget view for immediate access to weather, social updates, email, news, photo gallery and more, all of which can be customized on the home screen. All of the Samsung Live Panel widgets can be positioned and re-sized to create rich, visual home screens and provide one-touch access to the information consumers use most. Touchwiz UI also includes Quick Panel which allows instant access to commonly used device settings like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and other key device features. The TouchWiz UI notification service on the lock screen notifies users to the number of unread or new text messages, and missed calls that have been sent to you on your Galaxy S II. Users get direct access to missed calls and text messages from the lock screen by swiping the notification boxes without having to navigate through the applications menu.

Each of the Galaxy S II devices feature six-axis motion sensing using an accelerometer and gyroscope that support advanced touch screen gestures, including motion to zoom in on images, silence a ringing phone, and even move widgets on the menu screens.

Premium Content
Galaxy S II will also include Samsung’s popular Media Hub movie and TV content service. Media Hub features thousands of new release and top-grossing titles from major Hollywood studios and leading television networks, including NBC Universal, Paramount, MTV, Warner Bros., CBS and FOX. The content service has added a new feature called Media Hub Show, allowing the user to playback Media Hub content on a TV through an HDMI cable connected to a Galaxy S II dock or HDTV Smart adapter accessory. Users can share purchased to own film or TV content across up to five devices enabled with Media Hub at no additional cost. Alternate premium video options include Android Movies, Netflix, and others which are available to download from Android Market™.

Samsung’s Social Hub service on the Galaxy S II transfers email, instant messaging, contacts, calendar and social network connections, including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts, into “Feeds” and “Messages” folders that can be either separated into separate tabs or combined into comprehensive lists.

Samsung’s Galaxy S II portfolio is powered by the open and innovative Android Gingerbread platform, complete with full support of Google Mobile Services including Android Market with access to more than 250,000 applications, Google Search™, Google Maps™, Gmail™, YouTube™, Google Talk™ and more.

In addition, Galaxy S II and the Android Gingerbread platform support an array of cloud services including content sync across the Galaxy branded portfolio with Google services (Books, Music, Videos, Email, Calendar) Samsung Media Hub and cloud photo sync through Picasa Web Albums and Google+.

Uncompromised Convergence
The Galaxy S II portfolio offers a number of convergence features to share content in tethered and wireless formats. With Samsung’s All Share application, which enables inter-device connectivity through DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) technology, users can send user-generated video content wirelessly to other DLNA-enabled devices, such as TV’s, monitors and laptops, allowing for an interactive entertainment experience. The TV Remote App, also available through Android Market, transforms the Galaxy S II into a remote control for several top models of Samsung HDTVs. Smart Show and Media Hub Show enables the user to tether an HDMI over micro USB connection to an HDTV to play user generated or Media Hub DRM protected content respectively directly from the Galaxy S II device to the HDTV screen. Samsung Kies Air service allows users to connect their PC or Mac via WiFi without a preloaded application to easily view and manage your content. Users can transfer files, manage contacts and messages and send SMS from the PC.

Optimal Enterprise Solutions
Galaxy S II integrates a range of enterprise solutions that expand the business capabilities of the devices. The Galaxy S II portfolio provides support for exchange device management policies, offers increased security of data and services and enables mobile conferencing while on the go. Galaxy S II also features productivity enhancement capabilities such as the ability to create and respond to meeting requests, view, edit, and create Microsoft®-compatible documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, global address lookup (GAL), and more.

Additional enterprise solutions include:
• On-device encryption of user data
• Full support for Exchange ActiveSync® version 14
• Cisco VPN (Virtual Private Network)
• Sybase MDM (Mobile Device Management)
• Cisco WebEx mobile conference solution

Additional features of the Galaxy S portfolio include:
8-megapixel Rear-Facing Camera with Autofocus & Flash & 1080p HD Video Recording/2-megapixel Front-Facing Camera: The Galaxy S II portfolio features an 8 megapixel camera with flash and can record video in 1080p HD high profile offering the richest video content on a smartphone. Plus, the front-facing 2 megapixel camera provides video chat capabilities for personal and business communication on-the-go. Galaxy S II supports popular video conferencing services like Skype, Fring, Qik and Tango.
Voice Talk: The Galaxy S II Voice Talk feature allows users to give their Galaxy S II device voice commands, including voice dial, text message, navigation, music, Web browsing and search. When docked into the car dock, the Galaxy S II automatically defaults into Voice Talk mode. Users can instantly activate the Voice Talk application by a long press on the search key.
Task Manager: View and close the applications users have active, what items have been downloaded and check on memory usage via the Task Manager widget.
Screen Capture Feature: Users can easily take a screen grab of the phone screen by pressing the power button and the home key simultaneously.
Memory: All three Galaxy S II devices offer 16GB of on-board memory, as well as a microSD card slot that supports up to a 32GB memory card.

Premium Accessories Portfolio
A host of premium Galaxy S II accessories, including convenient solutions for docking, convergence, and backup battery charging will be available for each smartphone, providing users with an enhanced mobile experience. A multimedia dock is the perfect smart accessory, allowing users to transform their Galaxy S II into a home stereo by connecting speakers or plugging it into a home entertainment system via the 3.5mm stereo connector. Its ability to orient with the phone while docked makes it easy to view content in portrait and landscape mode, while the auto-launch of its Desk Dock UI makes for easy access to music, video and other applications.
Additional accessory solutions include:
Vehicle dock: The dock charges the phone while docked to ensure uninterrupted GPS usage on long car rides. The dock is windshield or dashboard mountable and includes the sophisticated Vlingo Voice Talk, allowing users to enjoy hands-free control of their Galaxy S II.
Battery charging stand with spare battery: This charging solution ensures a backup battery is always on hand, while providing a convenient kick stand for the Galaxy S II.
HDTV Adapter: The HDMI adapter supports HD video up to 1080p from the phone to an HDTV, projector, or monitor. Use on the go to connect the Galaxy S II to a TV, monitor, or projector to view purchased Media Hub content, videos, presentations, games, or internet on a big HD screen, or listen to downloaded music from the phone on a home entertainment system.

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Sprint plans big media event for Oct. 7 with big news

This morning, Sprint sent out media invitations to a major event in New York Oct. 7. Judging by the graphics on the invite, it looks like we’ll be talking about networks and in building signal strength and what not.

Sprint boss Dan Hesse has hinted all summer that his company would have a significant announcement in the fall — and since most people have long believed iPhone 5 was coming to Sprint — this appears to be it.

Sprint currently uses Clear’s WiMax for its 4G-level service but has recently announced a deal with LightSquared that could give Sprint customers 4G LTE service. There have been hurdles with LightSquared’s go-to market strategy, however.

Could Sprint be launching something on Oct. 7? How close is that to iPhone 5 launch (if it’s on Sprint)? Will Sprint’s iPhone be 4G? Could all Sprint customers get 4G launched quickly after that date?

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VIDEO: iTunes in the Cloud to allow streaming, too

Insanely Great Mac provides a neat walk through for the upcoming iTunes in The Cloud service from Apple. Heretofore, folks were thinking it was just a cloud access service, but the video shows it to very much be a (sort of) streaming service as well. Could video streaming be coming, too?

There’s two videos here from Insanely Great Mac, showing how the system works on the computer and the mobile device. While Apple execs say it’s not a streaming service, iCloud does apparently use cache memory to temporarily store files. This allows the file to download to cache as soon as you ask for it and doesn’t depend on a consistent internet connection during the entire run of the song.

For $25 annually, Apple’s upcoming service will go through your music library in iTunes, including songs you didn’t purchase from them, and upload them to iCloud. From there, you will be able to stream or download that music, meaning you can take your entire library with you wherever you go. Now, how that affects data caps is yet to be known. Perhaps Apple has struck some type of deal with providers to help those with 2 GB caps on monthly data. We’ll have to wait and see.

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Rumor: Sprint employees told to not discuss iPhone 5 rumors

With iPhone 5 rumors running rampant — a 3.8” screen, a 4” screen — Sprint employees have apparently been told to not discuss the soon-to-be-released Apple handset.

The Sprint blog, SprintFeed, reports that an internal memo has been sent to Sprint employees to not speculate about whether an iPhone is coming to the company, despite reports from the Wall Street Journal and others.

The memo asks employees to say “No comment” when asked and to direct customers to Sprint’s website. Of course, even saying “No comment” would lead me, as a consumer, to believe there’s something there, and I would certainly not be settling into a two-year commitment with any Sprint phone if I were a customer and I had iPhone on the brain.

And rumors are running wild. Sprint’s stock price has jumped since rumors began and analysts are predicted sales of more than a million units

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New in the Apple App Store: Rhythm Repeat videogame

FilpoGames has released Rhythm Repeat ($0.99), a music game that challenges “players to follow and reproduce the flashing sequence of brightly colored notes. ”

You play as a composer trying to keep pace with music, tapping notes in the same order they are shown. Sounds simple enough.

The game maker claims it lets players perform on such musical instruments as piano, drums and guitar.  The title features more than 300 authentic melodies specifically written for the game and each level of difficulty showcases different tunes. The game can have a significant positive effect on an intellectual development as players exercise and develop their attention, recognition and short-term memory skills.

Device requirements
* iPod touch, iPhone, iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
* Universal application
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JD Powers cell phone survey results: Great for Verizon, not pretty for AT&T

JD Powers released results for its ninth Wireless Network Quality Performance study today, and the results were not pretty for AT&T Wireless. For Verizon, the results were quite the opposite.

The study found, interestingly, that network performance varied by how you used your cellphone. More people, the study showed, had issues making calls versus text messaging or using data.

The survey also showed that Verizon appears to be the dominant provider in terms of network quality. Big Red was first in five of six markets. AT&T, however, was last in two, and next-to-last in three more.

In the Southwest region, AT&T was second to Verizon. In the West, it was last among the big four carriers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint). In the North Central, U.S. Cellular was first, Verizon second and AT&T fourth. Sprint was fifth. In the Northeast, Verizon was No. 1 and AT&T was last. In the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, Verizon was first and AT&T was third of four.

Here’s the J.D. Power press release, with graphics:

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Facebook ends “Facebook Deals” program

Facebook’s challenge to the daily deals site Groupon is over.

The social media site it was ending its “Facebook Deals” program, designed to offer its more than 700 million users daily product and service discounts.

The company had tested the service for several months in Atlanta, Austin, TX, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco. It will continue to offer local ads, company “pages” and its check-in deals service, which allows stores to know where customers are geographically located when they check-in via Facebook.


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