It’s review time again, and this time I got my hands on some new hardware. Now, it doesn’t have Android (OH NO!) so it may not be on many of your lists, but it really should be considered. T-Mobile made the mistake of sending me a Radar 4G to play with and I may, just may, keep it (I’m totally kidding T-Mobile, seriously). Read on and see how it stacks up! Software I’ve … [read full article]
Cue the angry mob because this is about to get nasty. It appears that the LG G2x will not be receiving the next tasty treat, Ice Cream Sandwich, from Google and LG. LG confirmed that they “will not be introducing Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich updates on LG Optimus [G2x].? Google said that ICS should be coming to all Android 2.3 devices, but given the debacle that took place over the Gingerbread … [read full article]
It’s October 4th and we all know what that means, iPhone Day! Well, I’m sure you have heard already but T-Mobile will NOT be receiving an iPhone this year. Big win for the Android faithful, but what does this mean for the carrier on a whole?
Sick of these calendars yet? I didn’t think so. Latest tidbit, as promised, the launch date of the 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab, which is slated for October 26th. If you are waiting for the 7 inch Tab, you may just have to wait a week more. Anyone picking this Tab up on launch day?
If you need WiFi on the go, grab a mobile hotspot. If you want blazing fast WiFi on the go then make sure to pick up the recently announced T-Mobile Sonic 4G. When can you pick up the Sonic 4G? October 19th, of course.
If you have been following me on Twitter then you probably already know how excited I have been about Mango, for the rest of you the answer is very… I am very excited. Microsoft pushed out Mango to all WP7 devices on Tuesday, kudos to them on that (take a note Google), and I was lucky enough to snag one of the first upgrades. I have had some time to … [read full article]
Pretty simple really, in an effort to improve customer service and the in store shopping experience T-Mobile will be changing up its layout. Now, there will be destinations, personalized customer care booths, wood floors and magenta high lights. It all looks very cleans and I kind of dig it. I wonder where the influence comes from?
It took a year, but T-mobile service in NYC subways will finally begin on Tuesday. So now, just like everywhere else, you can listen to the person next to you yell at their boss chat with a friend. I guess the good thing is that service will not be offered on moving trains and will be limited to just some pilot platforms. The pilot program will introduce cellphone reception to the C-E … [read full article]
What a day, what a day. I couldn’t be happier about everything that will be covered in this post. Let’s start with the big news….. MANGO! Unfortunately I can’t give a specific date for when the HD7 will have Mango pushed to it, but just hearing that the update will be ready “in the coming weeks” is good enough for me. Here is the quote from the Windows Team Blog: For months, … [read full article]
Update: A Bloomberg report indicates that AT&T has given close to close to $963,000 to lawmakers through donations that are supportive of AT&T’s bid for T-Mobile. All but 1 of the 100 lawmakers attached to this Republican letter have received donations. “AT&T’s congressional support for its takeover of T-Mobile comes at a price,” Gigi Sohn, president of Public Knowledge, a merger opponent, said in an e-mailed statement. Among the cries of “no,” some … [read full article]