Wednesday, March 6, 2013

T-Mobile Responds to AT&T's Attack Ad Images

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T-Mobile has released three new ads in response to an AT&T ad that attacked the quality of its network, reports TmoNews.

The ads read:
● Can You See The Beads of Sweat In This Ads?

● What Keeps AT&T Up At Night? Apparently Us.

● If AT&T Thought Our Network Wasn't Great, Why Did They Try To Buy It?

If you've seen AT&T's recent ads, someone is obviously worried. With T-Mobile turning up the heat, they apparently feel the need to take cheap shots at our network. Well, don't take AT&T's word for it, or ours for that matter. See the facts about T-Mobile's 4G network for yourself at t-mobile.com/coverage.








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Senator Ron Wyden Introduces Bill to Make Cell Phone Unlocking Legal

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Senator Ron Wyden has introduced the 'Wireless Device Independence Act' a bill that if passed will make cell phone unlocking legal, reports The Hill.

The move comes just one day after the White House and the FCC came out in support of making cell phone unlocking legal in response to a petition that garnered 114,000 signatures. Since 2006, The Library of Congress had issued an exemption to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that allowed for cell phone unlocking; however, it decided not to extend that exemption past January, 2013.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy said, "I intend to work in a bipartisan, bicameral fashion to restore users’ ability to unlock their phones and provide them with the choice and freedom that we have all come to expect in the digital era."

Sen. Amy Klobuchar who chairs the Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights, said she also plans to introduce her own bill this week.

“Consumers should be free to choose the phone and service that best fits their needs and their budgets," Klobuchar said.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz also recently tweeted that he is working on cellphone unlocking legislation. "You own the phone, you should be able to unlock it," he wrote.

All consumers should be thankful to those who took the time the sign petition as it appears to have made a significant impact.


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Samsung Signs Deal to Buy 3% Stake in Sharp

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Samsung has signed a deal to purchase a 3% stake in Sharp, a key supplier of screens to Apple, reports the WSJ.

The ¥10.4 billion ($110 million) being invested by Samsung will help Sharp keep its operations afloat and prove to lenders and customers that its prospects are solid.

"The investment is set to fortify the partnership between Samsung and Sharp and also lay a firm foundation for Samsung to secure a steady supply of LCD panels from diversified sources," the South Korean company said.

Sharp was forced to look to its rival for help after a larger ¥66.9 billion investment deal with Hon Hai fell through due to the company's poor performance.

Analysis of Apple's capital expenditures reveals that the company may have spent $2 billion to prevent Sharp from going under.

It's unclear how Sharp's deal with Samsung will affect their relationship with Apple moving forward.


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