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Samsung Galaxy S II Update Includes Bug Fixes, ISIS Support

Samsung Galaxy S II owners rejoice as a brand new maintenance update includes bug fixes that will hopefully work out a number of issues you’ve had since the Ice Cream Sandwich update. Unfortunately, T-Mobile’s support website doesn’t detail exactly what “bug fixes” entails, but we can only hope they fix a number of the issues encountered after the anticipated Ice Cream Sandwich update. The real highlight of this update is the ISIS/NFC … [read full article]

T-Mobile Readying Flyers Aimed At Unlocked iPhone Use And Savings Over AT&T

T-Mobile’s efforts to bring unlocked iPhone customers into stores certainly seems to be heating up as we just got our hands on some flyers that may be apart of T-Mobile’s marketing strategy. The flyers are pretty simple, showing the savings T-Mobile customers will discover when they leave pesky AT&T behind. For those of you who don’t think the iPhone on T-Mobile’s network is a boost or will draw customers, a four-store pilot (which … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adding microSIM Kits For iPhone 4/4S, Training Employees For “Selling Against The iPhone”

Based on both pieces of information that just came into our inbox, we’re trying to draw two conclusions, one that T-Mobile isn’t getting the iPhone 5, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. The second is that with the receipt of new Monthly4G microSIM kits supporting the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, T-Mobile is close to announcing some news about their network refarm. The second bit of interesting news comes from the second image and the … [read full article]

Google Releases Statement On Apple, Samsung Verdict

With the Apple Samsung verdict news train continuing into another week, one company that remained suspiciously silent on the verdict was Google. The company has now sent out a brief statement responding to the decision, eluding to their hopes that a court of appeals will check the case from the top down. As Google doesn’t take Samsung’s tough language, it’s also keeping the issues directed toward the Samsung camp saying “most … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Note Returns To T-Mobile Website, Still Out Of Stock

After a mysterious absence from the T-Mobile website, the Samsung Galaxy Note makes a return to T-Mobile.com even as it remains out-of-stock. Even with its return, the rumor mill is still skeptical that the device will ever return to T-Mobile’s inventory, especially given an Android Police report that indicated a source spoke out on the cancellation of the device. However, with the return of the device to T-Mobile’s website, it would [read full article]

CyanogenMod10 Nightlies Now Available For HTC One S (Ville)

Feeling a little jealous of your Samsung/Android counterparts that have already been enjoying CyanogenMod 10 nighties? Well, if you’re an owner of the HTC One S, feel jealous no more. Owners of the One S can now jump on over to the CyanogenMod download site and get your nightly fix. As always, use of the nightlies should be used only with the knowledge that not all aspects of the device are stable … [read full article]

We Love Unlimited Data, But Is It Necessary? New Study Says Maybe Not.

I believe it goes without saying that the prospect and return of an Unlimited Data plan to T-Mobile excites us to no end. Perhaps it’s psychological, but the comfort of knowing you won’t be throttled is both exciting and makes us remember why we’re happy our beloved underdog carrier had a change of unlimited data heart. Even with the return of Unlimited Data, the question turns to how many of us truly … [read full article]

Samsung, Apple React To Verdict With Brief Statements

It’s safe to say that both Samsung and Apple have very different reactions to today’s verdict in Apple’s case against Samsung. While we wait for Samsung’s inevitable appeal, Apple is seeking a preliminary injunction hearing on Samsung’s infringing products and Judge Koh has set September 20th as the date for the hearing. Apple will have to file it’s motion before August 29th, allowing Samsung 14 days to respond. Meanwhile, both companies have released … [read full article]

Breaking: Apple Vs. Samsung, The Verdict Is In

After what seems like an incredibly short amount of deliberation, the jury in the Apple vs. Samsung case has reached a verdict. The court is reading the verdicts to the lawyers as we type this and so far, the news is really, really bad for Samsung. The future of both of these companies and perhaps the industry as a whole will change based on how this verdict plays out. Updating… Update 1: … [read full article]

Samsung SGH-T779 Finds Its Way To Bluetooth SIG Approval

We do love the smell of fresh hardware in the air and so we bring to you the Samsung SGH-T779, a newly discovered upcoming Samsung device headed to T-Mobile. The biggest tipoff is Bluetooth 4.0, which is something we expect to see on high-end equipment, otherwise we’re pretty much staring at everything we know about the device in regards to a T-Mobile launch. One interesting discovery upon further digging is the Product Name: … [read full article]

Jelly Bean Update For T-Mobile Galaxy S III Leaks

While we’re expect Samsung to start releasing Jelly Bean update for their Galaxy S III models sometime after their August 29th Unpacked event, we haven’t seen a lot in the way of official carrier updates leak out, especially for T-Mobile. This leaked build, JRO03L, is nearly finished but still has a few issues, mainly the inability to use Wi-Fi calling and that’s likely due to this file originating from Samsung and not … [read full article]