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Hey T-Mobile Users! Rooting & Jailbreaking No Longer Gives You Prison Fears

Here’s a bit of good news for those of you that love jailbreaking and unlocking your iPhones and for those that can’t live without rooting your Android handsets. Today, the United States government has announced that jailbreaking and unlocking iPhones, and rooting of Android phones is completely legal as long as they are not violating copyright laws. Although if rumors are true (fingers crossed), you won’t have much longer to worry about jailbreaking/unlocking to … [read full article]

Motorola Charm Spotted On Display, Still Delayed

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen the Motorola Charm show up in a T-Mobile store in bringing all the glory a “dummy” phone can muster. This time however, we’re graced with a dummy phone AND a full on store display complete with pricing goodness. This also isn’t the first time we’ve been gifted with Motorola Charm pricing, but we definitely like further confirming the $269.99 no contract pricing. Unfortunately, there has … [read full article]

HTC Vision Appears With T-Mobile Branding?

The boys at Engadget have gotten a hold of an alleged spy shot claiming to the T-Mobile HTC Vision, dubbed the “G1 Blaze.” From what we can tell, the G1 Blaze sounds right on the money though we must admit, we’ve also heard it dubbed as the “G2 Blaze.” Either way, it looks like T-Mobile of the USA should be looking at this device coming sometime in September if the previously leaked roadmap[read full article]

BlackBerry 9300 Appears Again With T-Mobile Branding

Someone needs to tell the folks at BlackBerry that refreshing old form factors and bumping up the model number isn’t the way to win the hearts of smartphone fans these days. Of course this isn’t the first time we’ve seen a T-Mobile branded 9300 appear, but with a second appearance sporting T-Mobile branding we’re finding ourselves more convinced it might appear on T-Mobile sometime this year. Truthfully, RIM, you can keep this device … [read full article]

Samsung Vibrant Suffering GPS Issues? Quick Fix Available?

Quite a few of you have written in with complaints that the Samsung Vibrant is suffering from a GPS issue causing the phone to take forever to lock onto a GPS signal. Along with that, it can lock your signal, but incorrectly place your location and that just isn’t good. The fine folks at XDA developers are on the job and have come up with a temporary fix until Samsung fixes the issue with … [read full article]

Motorola Charm Dummy Shows Up In The Wild, Still Delayed

There really isn’t a whole lot to see here, but some of us (myself) really just want to see what a phone looks like in hand. Thanks to one lucky twitter follower whose T-Mobile store received Motorola Charm dummies gifted it to the boys at AndroidCentral. Also with this came continued confirmation regarding the Charm being delayed by Motorola due to battery related issues. No date was given so we’re sticking with August … [read full article]

Stop The Presses, iPhone Coming To T-Mobile In Q3?

Cult of Mac, certainly a trusty and prominent Mac related website is reporting that T-Mobile is in the “advanced stage” of talks with Apple to bring the iPhone to T-Mobile. This “highly placed source” pegs the chances of a T-Mobile iPhone at “80 percent likely that the iPhone will be coming to T-Mobile in Q3.” Those are some damn nice odds in the favor of T-Mobile. Of course this, like any iPhone rumor is … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Begins Teasing HSPA+ Phone

T-Mobile has begun its “official” if we can use that term loosely promotion of an upcoming mystery device that will run on its HSPA+ service. Now a bevy of devices are already available that can access this network, but none of which take full advantage of the promoted speeds. Going back to the first week of July, an unnamed T-Mobile spokesperson speaking to LightReading discussed that an HSPA+ handset would be forthcoming in September. … [read full article]

T-Mobile Officially Launches New HSPA+ Cities!

While we got word about this just over a week ago, tonight T-Mobile is officially announcing the launch of HSPA+ in another twenty four cities. With the launch of these cities T-Mobile now covers over 85 million Americans with its HSPA+ service and is well on its way to their end of 2010 goal of covering 185 million people in 100 major metropolitan cities. In addition to the newly launched cities, coverage has … [read full article]