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T-Mobile Announces Third Quarter Results

T-Mobile announced their third quarter results this morning with  mixed results.  The good news?   They added customers and made money.  The bad news?  They didn’t add a lot of customers and they didn’t make as much money as we would hope.  T-Mobile added 137,000 customers to their base with service revenue of $4.71 billion, which was straight in line with last quarter.  A grand total of 7.2 million customers were using smartphones in the … [read full article]

The Galaxy Tab Is Just A Few Days Away. Who Is Counting Down?

With the iPad hitting almost 95% of tablet market share these days, the Galaxy Tab is a welcome addition to the Tablet arena hoping to make a dent in Apple’s current domination.  Coming in at $399.99 with a 2-year agreement, the Tab is ready to prove that 7 inches of Tablet space is plenty to get work done.  Better get ready to break open that piggy bank for this one.  She [read full article]

The Blackberry 9780 Arrives Soon, Hopes To Remain Relevant

The Blackberry 9780 is preparing to find its way to T-Mobile complete with Blackberry OS 6 in store.  While the device has been officially announced, we don’t want it getting lost under the myTouch4G weight so this is just another reminder of its arrival.  Blackberry users are still a faithful bunch and this device just builds on the wild success of the 9700 series and the white one does look pretty good, if … [read full article]

AT&T Responds To T-Mobile’s 4G Network Claims, Does A Bad Job At It

Look, as I usually say, this is a fan site at its core so you can expect a positive T-Mobile spin on posts like this one.  I can’t argue the validity of AT&T’s point since I really wasn’t even aware they had their own HSPA+ network, which I guess is part of their argument.   “We have what you have and don’t call it what you call it.”  The bottom line is that T-Mobile is … [read full article]

Still Not Convinced On The myTouch 4G? myTouch 4G Can…

Still not convinced that the myTouch4G is the right device for you?  Well, myTouch4G can…do whatever you see in this video and T-Mobile sure is hyping the many qualities this Android device has that (cough, cough) other devices seem to lack.  This is somewhat reminiscent of the “Droid does” campaign Verizon Wireless uses to tout the strength of their Droid lineup but, hey, they don’t have a “4G” network behind them!  Watch the video and … [read full article]

T-Mobile And Qik Announce Video Chat Feature

T-Mobile and Qik marked the launch of the myTouch4G with a brand new version of the Qik video application, first available on the myTouch4G.   Integrating with the native Android address book, Qik will be able to indicate when someone is available and “present” to video chat. Not only can you video chat with someone on Qik but you can also leave a video message for a family member or friend who might not … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launches LG Optimus T, Motorola Defy And T-Mobile Comet

Today is an exciting day in the world of T-Mobile.  Handsets are dropping, the network is popping and people are talking.  While the news of T-Mobile’s 4G marketing campaign and the launch of the myTouch4G are dominating headlines, we can’t forget that today marks the arrival of the T-Mobile Comet, Motorola Defy and LG Optimus T. The LG Optimus T, available for $29.99 after a $50 mail in rebate … [read full article]

T-Mobile Readying Bone Crushing “4G” Speeds

T-Mobile has officially kicked off the “4G wars” with an advertisement that totally pokes fun at AT&T’s inability to use its network for video chat.  While Sprint has already responded and one can only expect that AT&T will respond soon, T-Mobile isn’t resting on its laurels.  Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer of T-Mobile USA, is ready to step up the fight with promises of HSPA+ reaching 42Mbps, something we already [read full article]

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G Now Available

For what it’s worth, at 1:38 in the morning I tried to say “Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G” three times fast and it was pretty ugly.  Tongue twisting aside, the Dell Mini 10 4G is ready for sale complete with HSPA+ goodness.  Coming in at $229.99 with a two-year agreement and $449.99 without, the Dell Mini 10 4G will make sure you stay connected at the very fastest possible wireless broadband speeds.  With specs … [read full article]