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Deal Alert: Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB For $369.99

This may just rank as the best deal we’ve ever seen for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB smartphone at $369.99. Courtesy of eBay’s Daily Deals, this offer won’t last long as quantities are limited so you better act fast if you recognize this is one price that is hard to pass up. This is a brand-new, unused, and unopened Galaxy Nexus rocking 16GB of internal memory. You know the device, you … [read full article]

South Floridians, Do You Want To Meet Carly This Weekend?

Hello South Florida, T-Mobile just dropped a fun piece of info in my mailbox as they prepare to celebrate the opening of their 1,000th T-Mobile Premium Retailer Location in Pompano Beach, Florida. T-Mobile is kicking off the official grand opening celebration of this location with giveaways, and an appearance from the one and only Carly Foulkes, who will sign autographs and take pictures. The event takes place between 11am – 3pm and I’ve … [read full article]

What’s A Day Like With The Samsung Galaxy S III? This Video Will Tell You

While part of the world is already enjoying the hottest smartphone to launch in many months, for those of us in the Western Hemisphere, we’re still waiting for our respective carriers (especially T-Mobile) to make announcements. Still, the Samsung Mobile Canada press release from last night did help answer some pressing questions on a T-Mobile Galaxy S III (SGH-T999) launch. While we wait patiently until T-Mobile makes an announcement, Samsung … [read full article]

Google Now Selling Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ Accessories Through Google Play Store

Google’s looking to rely more and more on their Google Play channel for selling products as they introduce accessories to the Galaxy Nexus page. Unfortunately, there aren’t any new devices here, at least not yet, but we do have a Desktop Dock with Pogo Pin, HDMI Portrait Desktop Dock and Vehicle Dock. Going for $54, $49, and $54 respectively, the addition of accessories to the Google Play store indicates Google’s likely looking … [read full article]

Samsung Mobile Canada Confirms Galaxy S III Specs For T-Mobile

I don’t know the Canadian national anthem but if I did, I’d be singing it right now as Samsung Mobile Canada just confirmed the North American specs for the SGH-?999 aka Galaxy S III device. T-Mobile will receive a HSPA+ 42Mbps model, billed as the SGH-iT999 for our friends to the north and just SGH-T999 here in Magenta-land. Furthermore, Samsung Mobile Canada seems to confirm our intel for June 20th availability … [read full article]

(Updated) HTC One S Software Update Will ‘Improve Software Stability,” Begins June 4th

Update: T-Mobile has altered the support document to reflect a change in the date, now June 4th through July 7th. The HTC One S is set to receive a software update beginning June 4th which T-Mobile is billing as “improving software stability and resolving open issues with the device.” There will be two ways to receive the update, the Over-The-Air (OTA) update will arrive anytime between tomorrow, June 4th to July 7th. … [read full article]

New Swiftkey 3 Beta Brings Improvements, Bug Fixes

If you’re keeping up with my 30 day Android challenge, one of the apps I’ve raved about and has helped make this 30 day challenge enjoyable is Swiftkey. When I saw that Swiftkey had a Beta program earlier this month for Swiftkey 3, I jumped at the opportunity to get in on the action. Well, Swiftkey just dropped a new beta with changes based on feedback from their VIP program and I seriously urge you … [read full article]

T-Mobile Releasing Software Update To Rebranded Samsung Exhibit II 4G

Can’t say I have a good explanation for this one as T-Mobile posts a new support document for the Samsung Exhibit II 4G, soon to be known as the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G. Is Samsung concerned with putting these devices under the Galaxy umbrella or is T-Mobile utilizing the power of the Galaxy name to sell some more handsets? Either way, “Galaxy Exhibit 4G” fans have a software upcoming incoming which includes … [read full article]

Samsung Admits To Small Manufacturing Hiccup With Pebble Blue Galaxy S III

The US looks with envious eyes this morning as the Galaxy S III launches in more than 28 countries. Samsung’s march to global domination with their flagship handset continues all through the end of July with a total of 296 carriers in 145 countries. Unfortunately, those whispered rumors about a delay in the Pebble Blue version of the Galaxy S III are turning out to be real. Samsung has released a brief statement … [read full article]

Huawei-Based T-Mobile myTouch Device Caught Hanging In The Wild

If  you’ve wanted to catch another glimpse of T-Mobile’s upcoming Huawei-based myTouch device hanging in the wild — than peep a glimpse at the single shot above. Sure, it’s just a single image but I thought it worthy of mention as this phone (or maybe it’s just the angle) actually looks pretty good in my opinion. Sure, the specs aren’t going to wow you as the Galaxy S III looms, … [read full article]

Blast From The Past: T-Mobile Prepares To Launch The First Android Device

As we look back at the growth of the Android platform, it’s hard to believe that back on October 22nd of 2008, T-Mobile launched the T-Mobile G1 as the sole Android device on the market. Oh, how time flies when we’re having fun as we look back at what has become an explosion of growth inside the Android world. I came across this image as I was looking through some older emails … [read full article]

My 30 Day Android Challenge…Day 26

  Today marks the 27th day of my Android challenge and with three days left, attempts to really integrate Android into my life have risen to another level. At this point I’m neck-deep in wading through the wonders and disappointments of the Android platform. Most notable is my sudden commitment to finding the perfect launcher/lock-screen combination which has taken up far too much of my time. Before I get into that, … [read full article]