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As 2012 Winds Down, Vote For The Best T-Mobile Smartphone Of The Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year as we count down the end till the end of 2012, or the Mayan apocalypse, whichever you prefer. Either way, I’m looking at your vote for the best T-Mobile smartphone of 2012. Its time for you to voice your choice and your reasons why you believe your choice is the top T-Mobile smartphone of 2012. I’ll leave the list up for 72 hours and on … [read full article]

Apple, Samsung Go Back To Court As Judge Decides Two Motions

Apple and Samsung found themselves before Judge Lucy Koh last night in another “Duel of the Fates” legal battle. At the end of the evening, it was a good news/bad news scenario for both companies as they can each chalk up one win apiece. Perhaps the most important victory came for Samsung as Apple was denied a permanent sales ban on the 26 Samsung products that were found to have infringed on Apple’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s “Faster For The Holidays” Video Highlights Speed Improvements

T-Mobile’s newest promotional advertisement is one for the holidays and highlights the number of times Magenta has improved the speed of the network. Let’s be honest though, there’s just one more speed improvement I’m looking forward to right now…LTE. Bring it! At T-Mobile, we’ve given our customers an amazing string of holidays presents. We’ve doubled the speed of our network three times. Talk about creating some impressive holiday cheer! YouTube  

Samsung Galaxy Note II OTA Update Adds Multi-Window Feature Beginning December 19th

The long-awaited update for the Galaxy Note II on T-Mobile adding multi-window support begins Wednesday, December 19th. A software update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II to Baseband version T889UVALK8 is expected to be available onDecember 19. The software update, which will be available by Over The Air (OTA) and through Kies, will provide new multiscreen functionality, along with a few bug fixes. Improvements New multi-window feature Resolves Exchange calendar events … [read full article]

Google UK Manager Apologizes For Nexus 4 Shortage, All But Directly Points Finger At LG

There’s little question that the explosive popularity of the Nexus 4 has led to frustrations as shipping delays and out of stock notices seem to be more prevalent than customers receiving their devices. With supplies of the handset scarce, many are turning their frustration toward Google who is once again suffering from a poor customer service response and not directly tackling the issue in the public arena. The good news is that at least one … [read full article]

Vulnerability Said To Leave Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II Open To Malware, Samsung “Conducting Internal Review”

Thanks to XDA-Developer forum user alephzain, word is reaching the masses that a potential “severe vulnerability” exists in the Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note II along with several other Samsung devices. This vulnerability could provide a malicious way for remotely downloaded apps to read user data, brick phones and perform other malicious activities. In other words, this hole could allow a malicious app free reign … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S III On Sale At Best Buy For $79

Looking for an even better deal than Walmart’s recent Galaxy S III price drop to $98? Of course you are, so turn your attention to Best Buy and their one-day only sale on Samsung’s flagship smartphone. The retailer is dropping the Galaxy S III price tag to $79.99 for 16GB with a new two-year contract and $129 for the 32GB size. The price is good for new and qualifying upgrade customers … [read full article]

Google Announces The End Of Exchange ActiveSync Support, Leaves Windows Phone Users Out In The Cold

Windows Phone users take note, Google is making some sweeping changes or “Winter Cleaning” as they call it to how they handle Exchange ActiveSync next month and the news isn’t good. Google Apps users will feel less of an impact but future Gmail users will find themselves unable to use the EAS protocol as of January 30th, 2013. This is bad, bad news for Gmail users on Windows Phone and it couldn’t come … [read full article]

T-Mobile Stores Set To Receive More Nexus 4 Inventory?

In the hopes that many of you will find a way to get a hold of your very own Nexus 4 before year’s end, word has it some T-Mobile stores are receiving the above marketing material. On its own the image itself isn’t very noteworthy, what is noteworthy is that we’re told some of the locations receiving this material are stores that didn’t carry the Nexus 4 upon first availability. In other words, … [read full article]

New Rumor Says Samsung Galaxy Note III Will Feature 6.3? Display

If a new Korea Times report is to be believed, Samsung is planning to produce a 6.3? display for their next generation Galaxy Note for a 2013 arrival. That’s a pretty big bump in display size considering the jump between the current Galaxy Note II and its predecessor was only 0.2?. According to the Korea Times rumor mill, Samsung will work to maximize display real-estate with a new OLED model. Exact specs for the Galaxy Note III are unknown, but if the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Five New Modernized Markets, Brings Total To 23

T-Mobile’s lighting up five additional modernized markets today, bringing their total count up to 23 as they continue working to modernize as many markets as possible before year’s end. Continuing T-Mobile’s fast-paced work to enhance our powerful 4G experience across the country, we’re announcing today technology advancements in five metro areas, including the windy city of Chicago; Reno, Nev.; and Fresno, Sacramento and Southern Calif. T-Mobile’s total network enhancements in 23 markets now … [read full article]