BlackBerry Passport has now officially passed through Federal Communications Commission (FCC) bringing it one step closer to being released to the general public. Internal and external device photos are still under the confidentiality agreement, however the device bands were provided:
It’s been reported that the Porsche Design BlackBerry P’9981 has been cleared by the FCC and is most likely gearing up for its debut in the U.S. market. This will be a true clone to the 9900 internally because the filing reveals that it supports Bluetooth, WiFi, and NFC. As for carrier support, we’ve been told that […]
While reading some off-season Cowboys news over at the Dallas Morning News, I stumbled across their tech blog where they have reported that RIM, Microsoft, Facebook and others are in support for AT&T’s T-Mobile acquisition. According to sources, a letter by the companies was delivered to the FCC in support of the proposed merge.
Back in March, BG broke the unexpected story and let us know that the Board of Directors of both T-Mobile USA and AT&T agreed to merge the two under AT&T. As of now, the German provider Deutsche Telekom has exclusive rights over T-Mobile USA. According to the Press Release, the deal includes in a cash-and-stock transactions currently valued at approximately $39 billion. Since […]