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The most recent organizational shift announced by T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm to his employees this week will result in a net loss of 350 jobs, the company says today. It had been previously reported that some 900 positions will be lost — that’s still correct, but there will be another 550 new hires in the Puget Sound area to “support the needs of the business and strategic opportunities.” T-Mobile also points out that none of this week’s moves will affect technicians, customer service representatives (beyond those job cuts previously announced), or in-store sales reps.
The restructuring comes as Humm tries to right the T-Mobile ship, which continues to lose contract customers — though it recorded a modest increase in subscribers…
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It’s a shame this steel-encased touchscreen PC from Habey USA arrived too late for our violent outburst on the Engadget Show, but at least it has some broadly agreeable specs. The PPC-6512 can reel off 1080p vids on its 12-inch screen while consuming just 30W thanks to its 1.8GHz Atom D525 and NVIDIA Ion GT218 combo. An empty 2.5-inch removable HDD tray and eSATA port give it potential as a networked storage hub, and an old-school serial port lets it handle home automation controls too. It could also be used as a comms or security terminal, as there’s a 1.3MP webcam on board, vesa mounting holes and four USB 2.0 ports. Heck, we’d buy three and rig our whole house up — were it not for the $ 800 price tag, the apparently limited availability on Habey USA’s underloved Amazon page, and the fact that we like our terminals to show a bit of emotion. Full specs in the PR after the break.
So, we know AT&T’s version of the Galaxy S is called the Captivate — but what about T-Mobile? Earlier rumors that it’d be called “Vibrant” are all but confirmed today thanks to a carrier-run site that’s slowly revealing a rebus puzzle… and so far, we can clearly see Sam + Sun + G and Viking – King + [unknown] + Ant. So yeah, that pretty much locks it up — and with a Super AMOLED display on board, we’d say the name fits perfectly. We’re expecting some sort of US-focused Galaxy S announcement out of Sammy next Tuesday, so we imagine this’ll be it.
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