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Verizon may be interested in trading, not selling, their A-Block 700 MHz spectrum

T-Mobile has geared up to buy Verizon’s A-Block 700MHz spectrum, recently freeing up nearly $4 billion in capital. AT&T is also said to be interested, and has as much buying power as does T-Mobile. Verizon, who agreed to relinquish the spectrum when they acquired another block, might now be selling. Reports now indicate that Verizon, who has to thin their lower frequency spectrum portfolio, might be interested in a trade.

T-Mobile Galaxy Note II Android 4.3 rollout now underway

T-Mobile has yet to formally announce, however according to some users reports, it looks as if they have begun rolling out an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The update is coming over-the-air and arriving as Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with baseband version T889UVUCMK7. Perhaps the key here, this update means T-Mobile Galaxy Note II users will be able to leave behind Android 4.1, which originally arrived back in June as v4.1.2.

US police revealed to have spent millions to buy cell phone records from carriers

Here is yet another case pointing to the government's overarching police power and how far, or how much, it is willing to go to gather intelligence about its citizens. US Senator Edward Markey has disclosed that, based on figures coming from major US carriers themselves, law enforcers have spent more than $26 million last year to buy information from these telecommunications companies.

Moto G available via Amazon, Koodo

The Moto G has many smartphone customers excited. For those stepping up from a feature phone, the Moto G brings an attractive price point without the need for a contract. It also packs a good enough battery to last the day, and specs that won’t disappoint for those who are just looking for something else.