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AT&T

Android sales at AT&T continue to climb, half of all smartphone customers on tiered data plans

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AT&T announced today that sales of Android smartphones in the past three months are more than double what they were during the same period last year. The carrier did not give an exact number for Android sale…

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Sony Mobile

Sony Ericsson to focus on Android after disappointing sales

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If the mobile phone industry is a gamble, Sony Ericsson is going all in with Android. In its Q3 2011 financial results, the Japanese-Swedish joint venture announced that it is shifting strategies to develop on…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile USA loses 50,000 customers because “overall trends remain difficult”

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T-Mobile USA lost another 50,000 customers in Q2 2011 according to its quarterly earnings report issue today. It continues a long-running trend of T-Mobile failing to attract and keep customers, despite hav…

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Google TV

Google TV finally getting a good price: Logitech Revue Box will soon be $99

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Google TV sales have been weak since the Internet-connected devices debuted in October 2010. That may finally change as Logitech is finally going to lower the price of its Google TV Revue set-top box. After a di…

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Android OS

Android is out of control! 550k daily activations, 135 million devices, 6 billion app downloads

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Google is in the business of data, and all of the data shared during today’s Q2 earnings call were predictably surprising. Yes, that’s an oxymoron, but there’s a reason for that. CEO Larry P…

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Carriers

Even MetroPCS enjoys an Android bump

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Great Android phones have already been credited for boosting performance at major U.S. carriers, even sparking a complete turnaround at Sprint. It seems MetroPCS has also benefited from embracing Android b…

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Sprint

Is Sprint’s Simply Unlimited plan working? Numbers say yes.

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Sprint reported it’s Q1 2011 earnings today, and the Kansas City-based carrier revealed some respectable numbers, thanks in part to its Android phones. Sprint reported that it had a net gain of postpai…

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AT&T

AT&T Android sales double. Will that encourage carrier to be less iPhone-focused?

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AT&T has announced its Q1 2011 earnings today, and it was a lot of back-patting thanks to strong numbers in key areas that carriers use to measure company health. AT&T had its third-best smartphone sal…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile USA keeps losing customers. How would you fix it?

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T-Mobile USA’s 2010 fourth quarter results were not nearly as pretty as Carly, the star of its 4G commercials. T-Mobile reported that it had a net loss of 318,000 customers in the last three months of 2010…

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Sony Mobile

Sony Ericsson credits Android for 2010 turnaround, sells 9 million Xperia phones

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What a surprise – another mobile phone maker has seen a strong increase in its sales thanks to Android. Sony Ericsson had a strong 2010, reversing its previously disappointing fortunes in which it conti…

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Sprint

Sprint adds 644,000 new customers in Q3 2010

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Sprint announced today that when counting net subscriber additions, the carrier had its best quarter since 2006. Sprint stated that in Q3 2010, it added 644,000 total net subscribers. “Demand for smar…

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Motorola

Android leads Motorola from the cellar to viable business

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Motorola has greatly benefited from CEO Sanjay Jha’s calculated bet on Android. The company was losing hundreds of millions of dollars when Jha took over in 2008, but it has since reversed fortunes and i…

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T-Mobile

T-Mobile loses 93,000 customers in Q2 2010

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Though Sprint recently managed to turn things around and gain new customers, T-Mobile has struggled to rebound and do the same. Announcing its Q2 2010 results today, T-Mobile revealed that its total number of…

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T-Mobile USA earns highest satisfaction ratings…so why can’t they attract more customers?

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T-Mobile USA earns highest satisfaction ratings…so why can’t they attract more customers?

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T-Mobile USA has received the highest ranking in the J.D. Power and Associates 2010 Wireless Retail Sales Satisfaction Study – Volume 1. T-Mobile earned the highest score for customer satisfaction am…

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T-Mobile has sold 1 million G1′s

Android Phones

T-Mobile has sold 1 million G1′s

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The recent Q1 financial announcement from T-Mobile ultimately did not offer up the best of news, however there was one nice bit that was included. That news was that T-Mobile has officially sold one million G1&…

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