Monday's News Bits
This article contains unofficial information.
- The FCC is currently investigating why Apple pulled Google Voice and thus did not allow iPhone users to take advantage of the service. Apparently, AT&T has denied to have been playing some role in the whole thing with the words “AT&T does not manage or approve applications for the App Store. We have received the letter and will, of course, respond to it.” Stay tuned as more on the matter is sure to come. (via: Gizmodo)
- The Nokia 6750 has surfaced with an AT&T branding. This clamshell (it is also referred to as the Mural or the Grouper) has previously appeared on the FCC with details about its 3G bands pointing at availability through AT&T. Now, the Bluetooth SIG site has showed the device wearing the brand of the ex-largest carrier. (source: Bluetooth SIG via UnwiredView)
- The Samsung Link is to become available in the US as the Freeform. The manufacturer’s US site is now listing the candybar as an unlocked offering. Its features include a front-facing QWERTY keyboard, 2.2-inch landscape-oriented display, stereo Bluetooth and a 1.3-megapixel camera. (source: Samsung via SamsungHub)