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Google Customer Service Number Now Live

After taking quite a beating in the blogosphere after the initial launch of the Nexus One, Google has officially launched phone support. That’s right; 888-48-NEXUS (63987) will get you customer service from Google, open daily from 7AM to 10PM EST. That’s right, from Google. Read those words, stop, close your mouth and let the wow factor hit you. Google finally recognized that live phone support is what it will take to help service the … [read full article]

Nokia Nuron Shows Itself (Again)

While it’s only been a few days since we first got wind of the Nokia “Nuron”, aka Nokia 5230, the name hasn’t gotten any better. Dropping March 17th as we first predicted, the Nuron will come in with some 3G goodness, a 3.2” touchscreen and the Ovi Application Store. Interestingly enough this phone is being billed to both “Connected Socializers ages 20-40. “ Ok. Sure. While it’s certainly not going to have the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms Swype On MyTouch+/1.2, Whatever The Next MyTouch IS

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Apparently, Swype is all the rage these days and while I have yet to discover its usefulness for my own purposes, future MyTouch 1.2 buyers will be among the first Android owners to use it. The above shot comes to us through one of our ninjas who received via email this confirmation of its inclusion, among other non-essential and non-juicy information. If Swype is not your cup of tea, no worries, it’s not mine … [read full article]

Samsung Behold 2 Special!

Look, I do not think it is any real surprise that the Samsung Behold 2 was not exactly the wild seller. I cannot recall ever actually seeing anyone using it, at least not publicly.  When shown against other T-Mobile Android options, the only real differentiator is the AMOLED screen. To some buyers that is not reason enough to purchase one, no matter how times the price drops. That being said, nothing says “buy me” like … [read full article]

MyTouch 3G For $99.99 Starting February 10th

Looks like T-Mobile is preparing for the MyTouch 1.2 launch, which means it is time to get rid of the original MyTouch stock. Starting Wednesday February 10th, T-Mobile will be offering the original MyTouch 3G “1.0″ for $99.99, a $50 savings! New customers and eligible existing customers alike will be able to snag a MyTouch 3G for $99.99 with a 2 year agreement. If you have been thinking about getting into the Android game, and do not … [read full article]

Snapdragon Showdown

Let’s be honest, the most coveted phone processor out there (right now) is the Snapdragon processor.  It is advancing smartphones past their cell phone cousins and putting them closer to netbooks.  Currently, you can get your hands on this beautiful piece of silicon if you get yourself a Nexus One.  If you are in to waiting, then you know the HTC HD2 also features this very same processor and it will soon grace … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq On The Cheap (Very Cheap)

Looking for an Android handset with a physical keyboard at an ultra affordable price? Well look no further, Wirefly to the rescue! The folks over at Wirefly are offering the T-Mobile Motorola Cliq (Titanium) at an incredibly low price of $10! The offer is available to new customers willing to sign a 2 year contract with T-Mobile. The Motorola Cliq originally $149.99 with a 2 year contract (Through T-Mobile), can be yours today for … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Trackball Replacement Program Delayed

It looks like there has been a change of plans regarding the trackball replacement program T-Mobile was set to launch February 15th. Due to some changes that will be included with the trackball replacement kits, training for the T-Mobile Retail store representatives has been suspended. RIM is in the process of updating procedures and screenshots for the new tool. Training for T-Mobile Retail Store reps is scheduled to resume on February 8th. So instead of the … [read full article]

HTC HD2 For T-Mobile U.S. To Feature Swype?

Now that we have a better idea as to when the highly anticipated HTC HD2 will debut, it looks like Magenta’s version of the HD2 just keeps getting better and better. First we get that extra memory boost (which hints toward a Windows Mobile 7 update in the future), and now it looks like the T-Mobile branded HD2 will have support for curing cancer Swype. Swype was created by the inventor of … [read full article]