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T-Mobile Places Samsung Galaxy Note Online As “Coming Soon”

So, T-Mobile has finally placed the Galaxy Note on their website as “coming soon” as of sometime yesterday. We’re not sure exactly when it went live, but it seems like just about everybody noticed at some point this morning. As eager as we are to learn about when this device will launch, and we’re still hearing August 8th is the day — we still want to know all we can about … [read full article]

Having Problems With Your Galaxy Nexus GPS After Jelly Bean?

A recent tweet in our direction indicated a GPS problem affecting Galaxy Nexus owners who have recently updated to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is causing some of you a headache. A good number of you responded back that you too are also having similar problems as our original Tweeter. A new Android Central post this morning highlights a super-easy fix that will hopefully end all the problems you’ve had with … [read full article]

Samsung Sells 10 Million Galaxy S III Units Around The World

Samsung expected to reach 10 million Galaxy S III sales by the end of July and now, according to a news report coming out of Yonhap News Agency, they have done exactly that. With more than 9 million pre-orders under their belt prior to launch, hitting the 10 million mark wasn’t going much of a hurdle for Samsung anyway. Samsung senior executive Shin Jonh-kyun says that the company has sold 10 … [read full article]

Rumor Says Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Coming To Galaxy S III As Soon As Next Month, Samsung Testing For Galaxy S II

These are the kinds of rumors we love to hear, but know to read with caution as a new report from the boys at Sammobile says that Samsung is “almost ready” to update Galaxy S III devices to Android 4.1. If in fact this rumor is the real-deal, we could see the Jelly Bean update arriving as soon as August/September for Galaxy S III devices. Of course, carrier availability would vary around … [read full article]

Google Lists Carriers For Jelly Bean Nexus S Rollout, T-Mobile Included

Nexus S owners take note as Google has confirmed the rollout of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, happening now. This OTA update will come to T-Mobile owners of the Nexus S, though like all OTA updates it may take a few days before your notification arrives. We’ve started rolling out Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, to Nexus S phones on a number of carriers including T-Mobile, H3G, O2, Rogers as well as Vodafone … [read full article]

HTC Confirms One S Upgrade To Jelly Bean Android 4.1 In The Future

HTC has already vaguely spoken at least once regarding future updates to Jelly Bean Android 4.1 for some of its smartphone lineup, but this time they are giving some concrete models. According to a statement provided to Engadget, HTC says: “We know HTC fans are excited to get their hands on Google’s latest version of Android. At this point in time, we can confirm that we have plans to upgrade our HTC … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy S II Up For CyanogenMod CM9 Release Candidate 2

T-Mobile Galaxy S II owners take note, the CyanogenMod team is getting ready to release Release Candidate 2 for a small group of devices, including the Galaxy S II on T-Mobile. As noted on the CyanogenMod team blog: “This release serves to stabilize CM9 as a product that you’d let your mom use…” Release Candidate 2 includes bug fixes and updated translations all leading to a final release of CM9, which is … [read full article]

US Labor Department Says T-Mobile USA Moved Jobs Overseas As It Closed Call-Centers

The U.S. Labor Department recently discovered that T-Mobile USA moved jobs overseas after it closed local call-centers amid layoffs of U.S. employees. A Bloomberg report says that the Labor Department findings contradict the company’s claim and provides for workers to apply for government help. “The workers’ firm has acquired from a foreign country services like or directly competitive with services supplied by the workers which contributed importantly to worker group separations at … [read full article]

See The T-Mobile HTC One S In All Black, You Just Can’t Buy It

There it is, the once-thought-not-to-exist black HTC One S complete with T-Mobile branding. Unfortunately you’ll have to contain your excitement as these devices are only being handed out to T-Mobile store reps after achieving certain sales goals with HTC devices. As it stands now, there is no concrete intel that has us believing that T-Mobile will begin selling these in stores. I’ll go on record and say that they absolutely should, this … [read full article]

T-Mobile Drops “America’s Largest 4G Network Claim” As Of July 10th

I’m sorry to say that we’ve just heard via a Fierce Wireless story that T-Mobile has discontinued its “America’s Largest 4G Network” tagline after 18 months of use. As of July 10th, T-Mobile will no longer use the phrase “America’s Largest 4G network,” instead focusing on rivaling its competitors with speed in real-world tests. “With the breadth of T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G network well established, we recently moved to a network claim that reflects … [read full article]

T-Mobile Takes Jabs At New AT&T Shared Data Plans

With T-Mobile already hitting Verizon on their recently announced Share Everything plans, they’re turning their attention to AT&T’s morning announcement of their own shared data plans unveiling in late August. Penned by T-Mobile’s Direct of Product Marketing, Harry Thomas, T-Mobile points out that AT&T’s plans are costly, complicated and overall just not good for the customer. Read the statement below: Slashgear   Full Statement:   “Unlike AT&T and … [read full article]

T-Mobile Blog Post Highlights Newest Commercial Featuring Network

So, it’s true that we’ve already posted this T-Mobile advertisement — except this time we’re adding in a special word from T-Mobile Senior Vice President of Brand & Advertising Peter DeLuca. Thanks to a press release sent out this afternoon, T-Mobile is letting us all know that Carly strapped on some motorcycle leather, hopped on a 1000cc Ducati super-bike “symbolizing the speed and capability of T-Mobile’s 4G network.” Watch it again, for … [read full article]