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Alex Wagner

Editorial Director of News and Content for PhoneDog Media. Arsenal, beer, video games. Can be followed on Twitter at @alw.

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HTC Droid Incredible back on Verizon site, ships June 16th

Following up on the news that we posted yesterday about Verizon's DROID Incredible disappearing from the Verizon Wireless site, it seems that the device is back up after a short delay.  Customers...

FCC offers advice to consumers on avoiding ETFs

With multiple carriers raising their early termination fees as of late, the Federal Communications Commission has decided that it would be good to educate consumers on ETFs and how to avoid paying...

Motorola XT502 (Greco?) with Android outed by Bluetooth SIG

It seems that Motorola is pumping out a lot of Android handsets as of late, and another new phone has been outed thanks to the Bluetooth SIG.  The new Motorola XT502, titled Greco by the file name...

New iPhone available in June, AT&T confirms to employees

Not that we really needed it, but it appears that the new iPhone (HD?) is indeed coming to AT&T next month.  Boy Genius Report has stated that AT&T has confirmed to its employees that the...

Zer01 Mobile ordered to pay $43 million to Global Verge

It appears that all of the cries of scam and vaporware about Zer01 Mobile have turned out to be true as the company has been ordered to pay $43 million to marketing firm Global Verge.  Zer01 must...

BlackBerry Bold 9650 Verizon training has begun, launching soon

While Sprint has already launched their version of the BlackBerry Bold 9650 and we've gotten hands-on time with it, Verizon has yet to say anything about their own Bold 9650.  If you're on Big Red...

Motorola Shadow spotted in the wild, specs reported

Following up on the story we posted a few days ago about the Motorola Shadow Getting Started guide, we now have a quality photo of the device in the wild.  The photo was posted by wnrussell over at ...

AT&T Nexus One available again "within the next few days"

We've heard that Google was planning on axing its online phone store, and now some are worried that since the AT&T Nexus One is "temporarily not available," they are actually starting to close...

Android 2.2 update for Nexus One may not be "official" release

While there are probably many of you out there humming along with Froyo on your Nexus One without a problem, you may be interested to learn that that version of Android 2.2 may not be the "official...

AT&T: T-Mobile is misleading customers by labeling HSPA+ as 4G

In a recent press release announcing its HSPA+ expansions, T-Mobile referred to their upgrades as "4G speeds" several times, which may lead many to believe that what T-Mobile is rolling out is...

Microsoft's entertainment shakeup: Allard and Bach are out

Big news out of the Microsoft camp today as both J. Allard and Robbie Bach, CTO and president of the electronics and devices division, respectively, have left the company.  Allard has said he would...

Motorola i1 headed to Boost Mobile for $349.99

So you want an Android phone but don't want to be stuck in a long contract or pay an outrageous retail price for a DROID or EVO.  What's an Android lover to do?  Head over to Boost Mobile and grab...

BlackBerry Pearl 3G speeds through FCC with T-Mobile bands

Following up on our previous reports that the BlackBerry Pearl 3G may not be headed to T-Mobile, it looks like the new consumer-friendly 'Berry actually will be heading to the No. 4 carrier.  T-...

Foxconn CEO says factory is "definitely not a sweatshop"

Chinese gadget manufacturer Foxconn, best known for making Apple's iDevices, has been in the news quite a bit lately, and none of it has been good.  The company has often been accused of providing...

T-Mobile expands HSPA+ network to northeast U.S.

T-Mobile sent out a press release today announcing that they have continued to build out their HSPA+ network that provides download speeds up to 21 Mbps.  As of today, T-Mobile customers in the...

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