To Cover Shortage in the Wake of Hurricane, AT&T and T-Mobile temporarily team up their networks

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Ever since Hurricane Sandy struck the New York City and New Jersey area cellular communication has become somewhat of a luxury thanks to the lack of cellular service in the wake of the event. Luckily, AT&T and T-Mobile are temporarily working together to help out.

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Get $25 Free Airtime Credit on $80 Prepaid Android Smartphone

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Over on Amazon, you are able to buy the Pantech Crossover with AT&T for just $79.99, which is $120 off (60% off) the regular price of $199.99. Remember that this is the no-contract price, so the phone is yours free and clear. The phone works with the AT&T GoPhone prepaid service, so you only pay for the minutes that you use. The $25 airtime credit is then added to your account when you activate this phone. The GoPhone SIM kit is included in the box.

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Universal Search Removed from Samsung Galaxy S3

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Unfortunately, Apple has filed an injunction against Samsung for the Universal Search function, saying the feature infringes on Apple’s patents. And so, Samsung has taken the safe way out and removed Universal Search from the Galaxy S III.

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Motorola Atrix HD Announced with ICS, 1.5GHz Snapdragon (Video)

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This is the first phone to use Motorola’s new “Circle Widget” on the home screen, giving you quick access to weather, battery, and your AT&T account. Expect to see the Motorola Atrix HD sell for $99.99 on contract when it hits AT&T on July 15.

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T-Mobile Takes A Jab At AT&T In It’s Latest Commercial

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Just a little less than a half-year ago now, AT&T and T-Mobile’s merger fell through, and the struggling T-Mobile was left on its own, with no choice but to pick up the pieces and attempt to rebuild what it had lost in the last few years. Now it seems that T-Mobile’s Carly has gone from pretty pink dresses to a feminine biker in the newest commercial take that uses motorcycles as visual aids to demonstrate how fast T-Mobile’s 4G is versus the current AT&T standard.

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Windows Phone 8 Dual-Core Smartphone For Sprint Being Tested?

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While HTC has plans to release their newly unveiled S4 powered One S (T-Mobile) and One X (AT&T version) within the next two months, Microsoft is reportedly busy testing a Windows Phone 8 smartphone, which is intended for Sprint’s network, with the dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 chipset. The new info comes to us courtesy of the folks over at The Verge who were apparently tipped off by “sources familiar with the company’s plans”.

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HTC One X With Stock Android 4.0 ICS Headed To T-Mobile?

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At the MWC 2012, HTC unveiled their new “One” series which includes the impressive One X handset. The only disappointment was that the device was announced to be an exclusive to AT&T in the US, but we have good news for you. According to the latest rumors, the device might be headed to other carriers as well.

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Sony Tablet P Finally Coming To The US Via AT&T

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Although all tablet lovers are waiting anxiously to know all about what’s new from Apple, at least some of you are looking forward to play with the Tablet P, Sony’s unique clamshell Android tablet. The dual-screened device, which was announced last year, is finally making its way stateside via AT&T on March 4th.

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MWC 2012: HTC One X

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As expected, HTC has just introduced their Quad-core Tegra 3 handset and the flagship phone appears to be one of the most impressive Android devices ever designed. The One X, which will be part of the company’s new “One” series, comes with awesome specs.

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Hackers Can Easily Track Your Mobile Phone, Says Study (Video)

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If you have nightmares about being watched, this will be your worst ever. Your mobile phone, the thing that you carry around almost everywhere, might be giving away your location to hackers. According to a new study, anyone with a cheap phone and open source software can easily track the location of a mobile phone (on GSM network, which provides service to 80 percent of the global mobile market) without the owner ever knowing about it.

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