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TELUS Announces LTE-Enabled Galaxy S III, Is T-Mobile Getting One Too?

Earlier today, Samsung Mobile Canada and TELUS Mobility announced that TELUS customers will be getting the Samsung Galaxy S III. While specifications (and any changes from the international model) were scarce, what is known is that TELUS will be receiving an AWS LTE enabled version. Now, we’re interested in a T-Mobile USA Galaxy S III, so why do we care about TELUS in Canada getting a Galaxy S III? We care because TELUS … [read full article]

Android Claims Close To Two Thirds Of US Smartphone Market

Android is making its move to reclaim market share lost over the holidays as it jumps to 61%, a big jump over the 49% recorded in the fourth quarter of 2011. One the flip side, iOS dropped down to 29% market share, down from close to 41% it held during the last quarter of 2011. Apple’s typical holiday surges are a result of heavy demand for the iPhone 4S as customers rush to … [read full article]

The Galaxy S III…Disappointment Or Give It To Me Now

As all the Galaxy S III details came out during yesterdays Samsung Mobile Unpacked event, first reactions were ultimately very different from what many had hoped to “feel.” For many, the Galaxy SIII launch was a disappointment, for others it was quite a step forward for Android. Last night, DroidDog’s own Joey Lehto took to the blog and wrote down his own thoughts on the Galaxy S III launch, and he wasn’t … [read full article]

T-Mobile Highlights “There’s A Better Way To Do Prepaid”

T-Mobile’s newest blog post wants to highlight “There’s A Better Way To Do Prepaid.” T-Mobile wants you to know that unlike the competition, Monthly 4G customers on T-Mobile “get the best devices, fast nationwide 4G network speeds and affordable service plan prices.” It’s a brief read on T-Mobile’s lone department still pulling in net subscriber gains. T-Mobile hopes to turn around their postpaid subscriber count during the course of this year as … [read full article]

Two Separate Reasons To Consider Purchasing The Galaxy S III, If/When It Lands On T-Mobile

If you’re a dedicated Samsung fan and you’ve felt a little slighted at HTC’s sweet free Dropbox space, consider your fortunes changed. Samsung has announced that everyone who buys and registers a Galaxy S III will have their Dropbox accounts boosted with 50GB of extra storage for two years. No word on what happens to the storage space after the 24 month time-frame, but for two years it’s a sweet deal. … [read full article]

HTC One Kickstand Cases Revealed, Comes In Four Colors

If you’re looking for a case to offer a little added protection to your newly purchased HTC One S — HTC has just previewed their upcoming cases for the One S, including the kickstand variety. The cases will come in four colors — gray, granita (red), navy blue (looks royal blue in the pictures)? and black. HTC used a precision-molded flexible plastic shell covered in a soft touch finish. The kickstand is … [read full article]

Watch The Samsung Galaxy S III Event All Over Again

If you were unable to catch Samsung’s official Galaxy S III Mobile Unpacked event out of London yesterday afternoon, fear not as Samsung has posted the event online. For many of you, the live stream was a less than stellar experience and even forced me to close the video and follow along on Twitter. While a lot of us have already formed our first impressions of the Galaxy S III, the entire … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S III Videos Hands-On Roundup

If you’re suddenly finding yourself doing a special dance hoping the Galaxy S III comes to T-Mobile in June, take a look at these fine videos accumulated from across the web. We’ve gathered some of the best video hands-on we can find online showing off the Galaxy S III in the flesh. There’s plenty of video goodness below so don’t waste any time reading anything else from me. Start watching.

Motorola Cliq 2 Updated To Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Yes, We’re Serious

I honestly considered not even covering this because I honestly can’t remember anyone talking to me about the Motorola Cliq 2 in some time. Well, here goes the news anyway as Motorola’s last smartphone to grace T-Mobile is now the proud recipient of Android 2.3 Gingerbread. If you want to perform the upgrade and still have the “honor” of being stuck in a two-year contract with one: grab that micro-USB cable. The … [read full article]

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Still Angry Over Failed T-Mobile Deal

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is apparently still having trouble sleeping over the failed AT&T, T-Mobile deal. Speaking at an annual conference, AT&T’s CEO took the opportunity and the public platform to whine discuss about the failed deal. Stephenson attacked competition in general and pretty much guaranteed he would raise prices as a result. AT&T continues to complain about a lack of bandwidth in the United States without having added T-Mobile’s own … [read full article]