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(Updated: Contest Is Over!) Enter To Win A T-Mobile myTouch 4G

Update 2: The contest is officially over!! Update 1: Anyone who wants an opportunity to win MUST head on over to the link at the end of the post to enter. Putting the name in the comment section here won’t qualify you for a chance. We are not hosting, running or sponsoring this contest in anyway. This is through TechFlash. The folks over at TechFlash are currently running one of their TechFlash Trivia contests, … [read full article]

T-Mobile HD7 Experiencing Pink Color Camera Issue?

Two days before its official debut, T-Mobile HTC HD7 reviewers have started to notice a camera flaw with the HD7. Apparently, when taking lowlight pictures with the HTC HD7 camera, white colored objects have a heavy pink-ish tint to them. If you may recall, this is the same issue the HTC HD2 had been plagued with until T-Mobile and HTC released a software update to rectify the issue. For those of you that have … [read full article]

(Updated) Dell Venue Pro To Launch Through Microsoft November 8th, Through Dell November 15th

Updated: Updated the post to include the internal image verifying the release dates! The Dell Venue Pro will be available from Microsoft on November 8th and from Dell on November 15th according to information we just received, though no word on pricing was available. The Microsoft channel likely includes their limited selection of retail stores and their online offerings while Dell will sell the device directly from Dell.com. Having … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Offer BlackBerry Bold 9780 Without Camera

In addition to offering two color options for the BlackBerry Bold 9780, it looks like T-Mobile will be offering two versions of the handset as well. According to the image above, it seems Magenta will sell a “camera-less” version of the 9780 in addition to the regular version. The Bold 9780 without a camera is perfect for business and government subscribers who are not permitted to have a camera phone at work. As stated previously, expect … [read full article]

T-Mobile Takes Yet Another Swipe At AT&T With Online Only Ad

Oh T-Mobile, how we LOVE this new marketing approach, sticking it to AT&T! This commercial which T-Mobile unveiled earlier today via Twitter appears to be an online only “special” but we do recommend pushing this to television networks nationwide immediately. It’s just that good. Not good in the sense that the acting is fabulous or that the point is serious, it’s just funny.  Don’t take my word for it though, watch and enjoy! … [read full article]

Now This Is Just Getting Weird, Micro-sim Cards Arriving At T-Mobile Stores

Update: There seems to be a pretty mixed opinion on this but it sounds like these are for the Galaxy Tab. Ok so now this is just getting weird, first the iPhone cable arrives and now Micro-sim cards arrive. Need we remind anyone that Micro-sim cards are what powers the Apple iPad and iPhone 4. As of yet, no other devices in the United States work with this sim card so it … [read full article]

Congrats To The First T-Mobile Customer To Own An HD7

Jared was awesome enough to hit me up on Twitter and let me know that he managed to score an HTC HD7 device from his local Walmart.  Jared, it’s quite possible you are one of the first, if not the first, “civilian” to own a Windows Phone 7 device in the US.  While we’ve seen Aaron do his own HD7 unboxing, it’s always fun to see the “little” folk do their own as well.  … [read full article]

Begun, These 4G Wars Have

The Twitter phrase and new moniker “4Gwars” started this week with T-Mobile releasing its marketing and branding as a 4G mobile providerMuch to the ire of Sprint and now AT&T,  this has begun and will likely continue to be the subject of a “little” spat between the carriers.  The thing is, I’m almost 100% positive that was T-Mobile’s intention.  T-Mobile knows the ITU ruling and what really is required for … [read full article]

Dell To Offer Dell Venue Pro’s To Employees Replacing Blackberry, T-Mobile To Serve As Provider?

Dude, T-Mobile is getting more Dell!  Well, 25,000 more Dell employees to be exact if this report by the Wall Street Journal is accurate.  Dell has decided to move 25,000 employees over to the Windows Phone 7 platform and eliminate the company’s Blackberry program, saving them almost 25% in cellular costs.   Employees will be offered the Venue Pro in exchange for their Blackberry, however the company does plan to have Android offerings available … [read full article]

iPhone Cable Appears In T-Mobile Stores, Why?

David’s Update: I’ve amended the text below since at least a few took some of the wording out of context. This cable absolutely does NOT prove T-Mobile is getting the iPhone, especially tomorrow.  You shouldn’t return a recently purchased device waiting for this and you shouldn’t start camping outside your local T-Mobile.  The arrival of this cable is peculiar and the likely solution is that T-Mobile produced a 99 cent cable it can sell for … [read full article]

So How Exactly Do iPhone, Android And Blackberry Users See Each Other?

To say that iPhone, Blackberry and Android users are an opinionated bunch would be the single most truthful statement I’ve ever made on this site.  C-Section Comics agrees and has put together this handy little cartoon to help sort out the whole smartphone wars escapade.  I could summarize it for you but it’s really just better if you look for yourself! Intomobile via C-Section Comics

Motorola Defy Goes For A Swim, Lives To Tell About It

The Motorola Defy has been billed as an “ultra rugged” design, making it quite the rough and tough Android device.  Well, sometimes carriers like to make phones out to be a little tougher than they actually are in real world conditions so Vincent from Android Community wanted to find out just how tough the Defy was.  What does Vincent do to test the rugged nature of the phone?  Hhe throws it into a pool, of course!  … [read full article]