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Nextbit Robin is a ‘cloud-first’ Android smartphone that’s now available on Kickstarter

HTC’s flagship One phones are often lauded for their design and their clean, attractive hardware. Now one of the men behind some of HTC’s One designs is back with a new company and a new phone. Nextbit today introduced the Robin, an Android phone with a unique storage system. The Robin comes with 32GB of built-in storage as well as 100GB of cloud space that’s utilized for apps and … [read full article]

Samsung Gear S2 features round display and rotating bezel, launching at T-Mobile this fall

Samsung’s new Gear S2 smartwatch is officially here, and it’s coming to T-Mobile. The Gear S2 is a round smartwatch with a 1.2-inch 320×320 Super AMOLED display. Samsung has utilized the round display to introduce a rotating bezel that the company says will enable “quicker, more precise” movement throughout the Tizen OS. There are also Home and Back buttons on the side of the unit. In terms of … [read full article]

John Legere vows to go after T-Mobile “network abusers” on unlimited 4G LTE data plan

Unlimited data plans are pretty rare in mobile industry nowadays, but T-Mobile is one carrier that does offer that option. Unfortunately, it looks like some Magenta users are taking advantage of that plan in extreme ways. Now John Legere has vowed to stop them. In a new blog post, Legere says that there are around 3,000 T-Mobile customers — “thieves,” as he calls them — that are … [read full article]

BlackBerry Venice shows its slider self from multiple angles in latest leak

We’ve seen quite a bit of the T-Mobile-bound BlackBerry Venice in recent months, but today we’re getting our best look yet at the upcoming Android slider thanks to a set of hands-on photos that’ve leaked. Vietnamese site Tinhte has released several photos that clearly show the BlackBerry Venice in all its vertical sliding glory. We get a good look at the … [read full article]

T-Mobile joins CCA Data Services Hub for added roaming partnerships

T-Mobile today joined the Competitive Carriers Association’s Data Services Hub. By becoming part of the Hub, T-Mo can more easily work with smaller and rural carriers to complete roaming deals. These deals will help our Magenta carrier expand its coverage in regions where its network might not be so strong. Here’s what Steven K. Berry, President and CEO of the CCA, had to say about today’s news: “I … [read full article]