Archive | 2009

Nexus One Shows Off In High-Res Pics and 3D Benchmark

Quite a few has been leaked regarding the much anticipated HTC Nexus One (aka Google Phone). And if you thought the leaks stopped there, you thought wrong. Above you will see the Nexus One 3D benchmark test using Qualcomm’s Neocore. I must say I’m pretty impressed, that 1Ghz Snapdragon processor has a lot of power. Without further a do I will leave you to foam drool on some more high-resolution images of the Nexus … [read full article]

As 2009 Comes To A Close…

Update: I’m bringing this back to the front because as the news comes forward that T-Mobile is the launch partner for the Nexus One, where do you see T-Mobile going in 2010? With the year ending in less than two weeks time, 2009 has been a rollercoaster for T-Mobile on any number of levels. To say that we all look forward to what will come in 2010 wouldn’t be enough of an understatement. The last few weeks … [read full article]

HTC HD2 To Get Windows Mobile 7, Says HTC Russia

We knew Twitter was becoming a heavy source for all kinds of information, but breaking news from the tech world hadn’t yet gone that way. Don’t tell that to the folks from HTC Russia who stated through Twitter, the HTC HD2 (expected to drop on T-Mobile sometime next year) is going to be the only HTC “communicator” phone to receive the Windows Mobile 7 update. That’s good and all, but for the T-Mobile faithful, how about … [read full article]

BlackBerry Bold 9700 Review, Verdict: Success

While today’s attention will almost undoubtedly be focused on the Nexus One, for the last two and a half weeks or so I have been playing with the Blackberry 9700 Bold. I’ve kept the phone far longer than I was supposed to as I simply didn’t want to give it back. I love it even with all the faults of the Blackberry OS, and there are not many. The 9700 is a magnificent device for both … [read full article]

Nexus One Pricing Leaked

Update: The terms of sale have leaked via a PDF that while dated for November 17th pretty much details the process by which you buy this phone. Read here. This is the moment you’ve all been waiting for! The guys over at Gizmodo have got their paws on what seems to be an internal Google document revealing pricing for the HTC Nexus One, both subsidized and unsubsidized. Getting right to the point, the Nexus … [read full article]

Google Announces Android Press Conference For January 5th

Nexus One news just keeps coming today, first T-Mobile “officially” stating they will support the “Google Android device” and now Google announcing a press event on January 5th in Mountain View. We believe this is definitely related to the HTC Nexus One. Google states: With the launch of the first Android-powered device just over a year ago, we’ve seen how a powerful, open platform can spur mobile product innovation. And this is just the beginning … [read full article]

HTC Nexus One Gets Reviewed, Digitally

With Magenta “officially” confirming support for the Google Phone (aka HTC Nexus One) this morning, we finally have a video review of the much anticipated Android device. As we mark off the days on our calendars of the expected January 5th 2010, 9AM, release date, which our sources claim that ordering will be available through Google ONLY, enjoy a  nice video review courtesy of one lucky guy at PointGPhone, who managed to get his paws … [read full article]

T-Mobile “Officially” Confirms Google Phone

Update: Our sources are confirming  a January 5th date, 9am, ordering through Google ONLY. Sadly, still no word on pricing. T-Mobile has gone and made their expected support of the Google Phone aka Nexus One “official” this morning, albeit in a vague sort of way. According to our sources, through an internal system T-Mobile is reporting they are getting an Android device but won’t do any support for it other than “billing, coverage, features … [read full article]

T-Mobile Hits 200 Million POPS 3G Goal for 2010

As 2009 winds to a close, T-Mobile has officially hit its 2009 goal of covering more than 200 million people with 3G coverage. For the uninformed, that means in the areas of T-Mobile coverage, over 200 million people COULD use it, not are using it. According to the email sent my way, since the first 3G market launched in 2008, T-Mobile has added more than 330,000 POP’s per day. Also mentioned, is that T-Mobile has built … [read full article]

Deutsche Telekom To Unveil 2010 Strategy, Rumors Continue

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As it stands, I’ll all but worn out from the rumors regarding T-Mobile and any number of arranged marriages parent company Deutsche Telekom might be considering. Whether it’s Sprint, MetroPCS or the guy who lives down the block, rumors regarding a merger/buyout have been steady in recent months. According to an article at xchangemang, Deutsche Telekom is set to announce “Strategie 2.0” in early 2010, which will “hightlight further partnerships for its T-Mobile units and more.” … [read full article]