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Samsung Galaxy Note Missing From T-Mobile Website

In the last 24 hours, a number of you have noticed that the Samsung Galaxy Note is mysteriously absent from T-Mobile’s (and Walmart’s) website. We’ve spent a bit of time considering the reasons it could be gone and while some of you may like to think it’s because of the upcoming Galaxy Note II announcement — we’re betting it’s just out of stock. If that is the case, why T-Mobile doesn’t just … [read full article]

T-Mobile Confirms New ‘Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data’ Plan With Press Release

After breaking this to the world just hours ago, T-Mobile has confirmed the upcoming release of their “Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data” plan. I’ll refer you back to our earlier post tonight for all the relevant details or the official press release below.   Full Press Release: T-Mobile Unleashes Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Starting Sept. 5, T-Mobile will be the only carrier with a nationwide 4G network to offer unlimited nationwide 4G data … [read full article]

New myTouch, myTouch Q Smartphones Missing A Megapixel?

A bit of a mystery is surrounding T-Mobile’s newest myTouch devices as a new Consumer Reports story reveals these devices, which are billed as having 5 megapixel cameras — only have 3.9 megapixel cameras. According to the report, the problem is a limitation in the camera’s shooting modes, which shows that the myTouch line has only one format, which yields an image of 16×9 made up of 2560 x 1536 pixels, or … [read full article]

T-Mobile Will Introduce New “Unlimited” Data Plan That’s Actually Unlimited

Hello brand new unlimited data plan coming to T-Mobile that is actually…unlimited. Be still my heart as T-Mobile is finally introducing, or re-introducing from days gone by a data plan that is without “speed limits, caps, or overages.” I’m so happy I just might shed a tear that T-Mobile is finally using the word “unlimited” properly with regards to a data plan offering. The best news, this plan is just $30 for Classic … [read full article]

Parody: The iPhone 5 Will Be Perfect For Pictures Of Your Food

We’d be remiss if we didn’t say that PLENTY of Android owners fit into the very same group this iPhone 5 keynote parody video is lumping iPhone owners in. In fact, there are tons of smartphone owners out there that fake up far too much of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and the rest of the social media world with pictures of their food. Still, this is a fun little parody poking fun at the new world … [read full article]

Windows Phone To Overtake Blackberry Marketshare In November?

Oh, how the mighty Blackberry has fallen as Windows Phone prepares to overtake Blackberry’s third place market share position in November of 2012. It’s not terribly surprising given Blackberry’s stale OS and lack of exciting new products, not to mention delay after delay for their upcoming Blackberry 10 platform. While Windows Phone has yet to take off in ways Microsoft would have hoped or truly capitalize on Blackberry’s fall from grace, it’s still … [read full article]

New Details For Samsung’s Upcoming Windows Phone Leak?

We always love starting off the week with new details for an upcoming smartphone and this time we’re hopping back on to the Windows Phone train and tiny bit of new intel on the upcoming Samsung Odyssey. This time the information comes from the boys at SamMobile, with some new details on the Samsung Odyssey, which if you recall was the phone we discovered earlier in the week as the Samsung SGH-T899[read full article]

A Full 360 Degree “View” Of The Galaxy S Relay 4G Emerges

Ok, so maybe it’s not a complete “view,” but these images straight off Samsung’s website show a complete 360 degree view of the upcoming Galaxy S Relay 4G. Unfortunately, we’re still not seeing any concrete specs on this page as it mostly highlights hardware functions like the earpiece, proximity sensors and the camera, for when you confuse the camera with the home key. Unfortunately, this is the only page referring to the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Receives Government Approval To Test Shared Airwaves

T-Mobile has received a go-ahead from US Communications Regulators to “test the impact of commercial wireless broadband” on a set of highly sought after group of airwaves in use by government agencies. Any testing by T-Mobile would allow for both the company and the government to decide potential opportunities and challenges posed to wireless carriers seeking to deploy next generation 4G services on the 1755-1850MHz bands while sharing the bands with existing government … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S III Receiving Maintenance Update, Removes Universal Search?

A relatively small but important maintenance update is making its way out of to the T-Mobile Galaxy S III today, with a short list of improvements listed on T-Mobile’s site. However, a few notable changes are also believed to be included, though not listed on T-Mobile’s support page. We can’t say with 100% certainty that they are included with this particular update, however, the removal of the Universal Search function, addition of … [read full article]

New Training Docs Correctly Identify T-Mobile’s Newest QWERTY Device

You didn’t really think we could make up a crazy name like the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G did you? I wish we had, but — we didn’t and so there it is, in all it’s QWERTY glory. So here’s what we know for sure about the device: 1.5GHz processor, still no word on S3 or S4, our guess is on the latter 4.0″ display Running Ice Cream Sandwich Mobile hotspot capable of … [read full article]