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HTC HD2 Pricing Leaked (again), Confirmed (again)

We’ve had the good fortune of knowing the HTC HD2 price point for almost two weeks now.  Some of you wanted to wait until it got a little closer and/or wanted something else “official.”  Well, now we have an HTC HD2 leaked price card bound to grace the shelves of T-Mobile retail stores once again and it confirms that beautiful $199.99 price. Of course, with the price so low you can always buy two, especially … [read full article]

Quick Look At The T-Mobile HTC HD2

You guys asked, and we delivered. Yup, that’s right. We’ve got some more exclusive T-Mobile HTC HD2 goodness. Above you will see a quick look at some of the HD2′s multimedia features on a huge 4.3 inch capacitive touch screen. Leave your thoughts in the comments! Sidenote: The video above was taken with another T-Mobile HTC HD2. Definitely shows how good the video quality is.

Double The Pleasure, Double The Fun

Well, folks, it looks like T-Mobile Retail Stores will be offering yet another Buy One Get One Free (BOGO) smartphone promotion.  Beginning March 15 through March 31, all Even More postpaid customers on a 2-year service agreement with a $30 Unlimited Web feature will be offered a smartphone of equal or lesser value for free when they activate a second line of service and $30 Unlimited Web feature.  In addition, the upcoming T-Mobile HTC HD2 is included … [read full article]

Give Your T-Mobile HTC Touch Pro 2 A New Life With Android

As someone who has used Windows Mobile for quite some time, I know first hand that it can grow quite mundane.  If this has happened to any of you out there, thankfully, now we have a solution-Android!  It seems those crazy kids over at XDAndroid have been working on a project to port Android to Windows Mobile devices and now their latest build is proving to be a huge success. Demonstrated on a HTC Touch Pro 2, … [read full article]

T-Mobile Joins Location Initiative, Now Providing Devs With Location Tools

T-Mobile has announced that it has joined WaveMarket’s Veriplace Cloud Location Platform Initiative.  This initiative will provide developers of mobile apps and services with APIs to enable new geo-location features. Currently, three of the the four biggest carriers (T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T) in the country are part of this group. From everything I have read on their site, it seems that in the very near future we will see some great, mind-blowing location-based apps come out of … [read full article]

OTA Update Arrives Without Issue For T-Mobile G1 Users

Well, it looks like T-Mobile delivered on its promise of releasing an OTA(Over-The-Air) update for G1 users by their self-imposed deadline of March 15th.  Even though this update only brings forth an improvement in call quality, it’s nice to see that is was able without issue; unlike the experience Motorola Cliq and Droid Eris users suffered. If you haven’t seen the update yet, you should be seeing it very soon. So, the next question is will the … [read full article]

HTC HD2 Unboxing Courtesy Of Wirefly

Update: The video has been pulled!! It’s available again! Since there were a few detractors from the recent bout of images of the HTC HD2, who complained of poor quality this HD unboxing video courtesy of Wirefly should satisfy your clear image desires. I won’t bore you with any details, as I believe we are all well versed on the specs, features and included options. Therefore, I am going to make this short and … [read full article]

LetsTalk Confirms HD2 Release Date As March 24th

At this point, we have had fairly good indications that the HTC HD2 would hit on March 24th and that was further boosted by a story from Laptopmag yesterday. Thanks to the good folks at LetsTalk who are (perhaps accidentally) confirming the March 24th, date as the available-to-order date. That is the first time we have seen a reliable “source” as in a retailer discuss the release date. Well actually, it … [read full article]

webConnect Rocket Officially Announced, Available March 14th

T-Mobile has officially announced (again) the availability of the webConnect Rocket, its first HSPA+ data connect card.  Available starting March 14th, the webConnect Rocket will run $99.  Along with the announcement of their very first HSPA+ data card, T-Mobile has revised their webConnect data plans.  Customers can now choose between an Even More webConnect data plan, which requires a life sentence two-year contract, and get 5GB for $60 per month or 200MB for $30 per … [read full article]