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    Windows Phone Mango Update Goes Live, HTC Radar Heads to T-Mobile

    After months of anticipation, the Windows Phone 7.5 update (AKA Mango) is finally available for Windows Phone 7 users. The update began rolling out around the world at 1PM EST today. Microsoft says that the update will gradually be rolled out and that most customers will receive it over the next four weeks. This is […]

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    BlackBerry Curve 9360 Arrives on T-Mobile, Merlot Color on the Way

    T-Mobile is already lucky enough to be carrying the new BlackBerry Bold 9900, and now they have just announced that they are getting the BlackBerry Curve 9360. The much anticipated and over-do Curve packs in a 2.4″ display, navigation track-pad, a 5MP camera with a flash and video recorder, and it’s  running on the new […]

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    BlackBerry Bold 9900 Hits T-Mobile Today, 4G On-board

    Just as we anticipated, T-Mobile has announced that they are getting the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone, and this also happens to be their first 4G BlackBerry. This is great news for BlackBerry users since T-Mobile has a super speedy 4G network. The 4G BlackBerry 9900 will be available for a pretty pricey $299 after […]

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    HTC Wildefire S Lands at T-Mobile for $79

    T-Mobile has announced that the HTC Wildfire S will be landing soon for just $79.99 after a $50 mail in rebate. The device runs the lovely HTC sense UI and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Unlike many of the other Gingerbread smartphones coming out with massive displays, the Wildfire S has a more petite form-factor with a […]

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    T-Mobile is Getting the iPhone 4 and iPad, Here’s Proof

    For years, there have been rumors circulating that T-Mobile U.S.A. would get the iPhone. These rumors have especially heated up in recent months. And now it looks like that rumor is about to come true – very, very soon. That is because T-Mobile now has a Micro SIM card listed on their web site which […]

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    T-Mobile’s myTouch 4G Slide Features the Best Smartphone Camera Yet

    Gee another Android smartphone has been released…how shocking! And this time, it’s T-Mobile’s turn.  The T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide is the latest release to join the line of myTouch devices. The T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide not only has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but it also includes a pretty impressive camera which has zero shutter lag, […]

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    T-Mobile Offers One Year of Free Data for Father’s Day

    T-Mobile has announced their Father’s Day promotion for 2011, and it sure is pretty sweet. Customers who sign up for a qualifying unlimited talk, text, and data plan this Saturday will get a free year of data! The promotion applies to both new and existing customers and it will only be available on June 18th […]

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    T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Review

    The original Sidekick was one of the first mobile phones to become a gadget icon. That said, it was really the Sidekick 2 and 3 that took off, and before you knew it, all the cool “kids” had one. We’re talking about the likes of Lindsey Lohan and Paris Hilton, back in the day when […]

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    HTC Sensation 4G Coming To T-Mobile and Walmart This Month

    The HTC Sensation 4G has officially landed at T-Mobile, and were especially excited for this new smartphone because T-Mobile was sorely missing an HTC handset with the HTC Sense user interface. The device is also one of the first handsets to run Sense over Android 2.3. But the HTC Sensation 4G isn’t just about it’s […]

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    T-Mobile Ramps Up 4G Efforts for 2011

    T-Mobile USA has been very busy at today’s CTIA trade show, unveiling their robust 4G network plans and the smartphones to back it up. It’s all great news for AT&T, the new proud owner of T-Mobile USA, but from the looks of things, it’s pretty good news for consumers, too.

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    Nokia Unveils its Astoundingly Affordable Smartphone – the Nokia Astound

    2011 is starting to look like the year when low-end, affordable smartphones finally start becoming widely available. The next of the bunch is the Nokia Astound, Nokia’s latest Symbian smartphone, coming exclusively to T-Mobile USA (it’s unclear when AT&T, which recently acquired T-Mobile USA, will have access to it). For a discount smartphone, the Astound […]

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    10 Reasons Why AT&T Buying T-Mobile is Both Really Good & Bad

    Sundays are traditionally slow news days when it comes to tech announcements, which is why everyone was shocked to hear that AT&T has agreed to purchase T-Mobile USA for $39 billion this weekend. At the moment, AT&T needs to get the purchase approved, so the whole thing isn’t quite final yet, but in the meanwhile […]

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    T-Mobile Considering Rate Plans for Different Data Speeds?

    Is T-Mobile planning on charging different rates for different data speed options? It certainly seems like the carrier is at-least considering it. A reliable source has told us that as a T-Mobile customer, they have been invited to partake in a private T-Mobile survey program that tests their data speeds over an 8 day period. […]

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    Hands-on With T-Mobile’s Dell Streak 7 Tablet

    At T-Mobile’s 4G press conference at CES, they were pretty tight-lipped about the upcoming G Slate, yet they did however announce the Dell Streak 7, which is their first 4G tablet. The system runs on a 1ghz dual core Tegra 2 processor for excellent gaming prowess, it has support for flash, wi-fi sharing for up-to […]

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    T-Mobile to Double 4G Network Speed and Introduces 4G Tablets

    Today in Vegas T-Mobile made a slew of new 4G announcements, both hardware and infrastructure related. For starters, they said that the upcoming T-Mobile G Slate will be the first 4G Honeycomb tablet. They quickly whipped it out on stage, but didn’t give much more details about the device, including an ETA.

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    HTC HD7 Review (Windows Phone 7 | T-Mobile)

    It’s not just the hardware on the new HTC HD7 that is pretty exciting, but the fact that it is running the new Windows Phone 7 operating system. I myself go way back with Windows on mobile devices. My first “PDA” was a monochrome Compaq Aero running Windows CE. To put that in perspective – […]