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Chicago, IL – August 21, 2009 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Deutsche Telekom , RadioShack Corp. (RSH - Analyst Report), Google Inc. (GOOG - Analyst Report), AT&T (T - Analyst Report) and Sprint Nextel (S - Analyst Report).
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Here are highlights from Thursday’s Analyst Blog:
T-Mobile Unveils myTouch 3G
Deutsche Telekom’s wireless unit T-Mobile USA launched myTouch 3G smartphone across the U.S. and Puerto Rico yesterday. The highly anticipated handset will feature in more than 4,000 RadioShack Corp. (RSH - Analyst Report) stores.
This is T-Mobile’s latest effort to counter strong competition from its peers in the US smartphone market. Driven by the newly launched myTouch 3G, the company will be better positioned to lure more users into its 3G network.
T-Mobile myTouch 3G represents the follow-up to the G1 android phone which the company launched in October last year. Unlike G1, which has a physical keypad, the new handset is a full touch screen smartphone, powered by Google Inc.’s (GOOG - Analyst Report) revolutionary android software.
T-Mobile G1 generated healthy customer response and the company has already sold over 1 million phones. However, android-based phones are being significantly challenged by the iPhone 3GS by AT&T (T - Analyst Report) and Palm Pre by Sprint Nextel (S - Analyst Report). iPhone 3GS sold 1 million units within the first three days of being launched while Palm Pre has also received favorable customer reviews.
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