Alex Wagner

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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. I participate in the Amazon Associates program, which means I may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links.

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AT&T will unlock your phone as long as it's not an iPhone

Want to unlock your AT&T phone to use on another carrier or overseas?  As of today, you finally have that opportunity.  Boy Genius Report has said that as part of a class action lawsuit, AT&...

BlackBerry Bold 9800 slider caught showing off OS 6 on video

The BlackBerry Bold 9800 slider seems to be stealing all of the headlines away from Froyo, the new iPhone, and just about every other device today.  This time we've got a nearly four minute video of...

Samsung gives free Waves, details on Bada app store

At a Developer Day event in South Africa today, Samsung tried to emulate Google by giving every attendee a free Samsung Wave to help stimulate interest in their Bada OS.  Sure, it may not be an EVO...

LG shipping WP7-powered Panther (GW910) to developers

While LG is still producing Windows Mobile 6 devices, they're also gearing up for the release of Windows Phone 7 by sending the LG Panther (GW910) to developers.  Innovative Singapore received two...

Many Verizon customers interested in iPhone, would buy it on VZW

File this one under the "not a surprise" category, but a Morgan Stanley Research survey has uncovered that nearly 17 percent of Verizon's customers show interest in the iPhone and would probably...

Nokia and Yahoo! announce details on strategic partnership

Following up on our story last week about Nokia and Yahoo! announcing a partnership, we've finally got solid deatils on what this new alliance plans to achieve following the announcement this...

LG Fathom with Windows Mobile to Verizon on June 3rd

If you use Windows Mobile devices for your business (or pleasure) and want one last upgrade before Windows Phone 7 is released, then we have good news for you.  Verizon and LG announced today that...

Rumor: Sprint to release iPhone in September

We've been hearing rumors that the iPhone is headed to Verizon since just about when the original iPhone made its debut in 2007.  What we haven't heard as often is that the iPhone would be headed to...

More BlackBerry Bold 9800 slider virtual keyboard photos

It looks like the elusive BlackBerry Bold 9800 slider has decided to grace us with its presence once again.  TheBerryFix has gotten their hands on some new, high quality photos to give us a tour of...

Mystery Motorola Android device for Verizon spotted

Even after the Google I/O event is over, Android continues to dominate the headlines.  This time we've found a supposed photo of the Getting Started manual for a new Motorola Android device headed...

Froyo: Live on Nexus One, coming soon to Droid

It seems that when Google said that Froyo was coming to the Nexus One "in the coming weeks," it had a big surprise planned as the update has already begun to roll out to devices.  TechCrunch has...

LG Ally may be delayed until May 27th

Hopefully none of you have been waiting in line outside of your local Verizon store for the LG Ally, because you're in for a long wait.  MobileCrunch has posted an email allegedly received by...

FCC report finds U.S. wireless industry short on competition

Not that this comes as much of a surprise to anyone, but the FCC has completed an annual review of the United States wireless industry and found that it is lacking competition.  The report said...

RIM executive accused of insider trading

It seems as though the leaked BlackBerry slider isn't the only thing getting RIM in the news lately.  Paul Donald, former vice president of the Canadian smartphone manufacturer, has been accused of...

HTC Vision, Glacier, and LED codenames leaked

With the recent release of the DROID Incredible and the EVO 4G coming soon, it seems that HTC never lets up, and this latest bit of news only serves to reinforce that.  It seems that three...

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