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@Home No Longer To Be Sold For Your Home

Previously, BoyGenius Report informed us that T-Mobile would be discontinuing their T-Mobile@Home Service, due to Magenta not profiting off the service. Today, thanks to one of our trusty tipsters, we can confirm this “rumor”. T-Mobile states that it has halted future investment in the @Home service. Current @Home customers will not be affected and will still be able to use the service. T-Mobile claims that it will continue to support and service @Home, meaning that T-Mobile … [read full article]

Second Generation Garmin Phone Coming To T-Mobile?

While the tech world watches Las Vegas this week for any surprise mobile tech new,s the depths of the FCC contain secrets. For those of us who are T-Mobile faithful, seeing the phrase “AWS” in a FCC doc always makes our eyes widen. Though in this case, given the mega-fail of the first Garmin phone with AT&T I’m not so sure we shouldn’t just look at this and move on. Asustek, maker of the Garmin … [read full article]

Something Stinks With This Whole Thing

Update: Adding in an image below from internal T-Mobile systems showing that you can change the rate plan without question! I just tweeted about this and saw Engadget already discussed it this morning, but the notion that Google is only allowing new customers the full discount price on the Nexus One sucks. I understand that customers who just bought a phone with a subsidy two months ago don’t deserve another subsidy … [read full article]

Nexus One, Official

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Remember, Rememer, the fifth of January (wait, that isn’t quite right).  Well, at long last, today is the day.  Google has gone all official with the Nexus One, and with it a host of information.  So, we decided to put it all in a nice recap.  So hang on past the break, I hear it’s quite a trip. UPDATE: In these times, it’s all about conservation, so I have decided to link all the hands on … [read full article]

Flash For Android Shown on Nexus One

We have known that Adobe was working on bring Flash to smartphone platforms for a while now, but we now have some visual confirmation of the work.  The people over at Adobe have been working hard on bringing Flash to Android and they are showing it off on the Nexus One.  Don’t believe me?  Then you clearly haven’t watched the above video yet.  You know, Flash for phones is great and all, but do … [read full article]

Total Cost Of Nexus One Ownership

If you’re a T-Mobile customer and you’ve been hanging around for the Nexus One or you’ve been angling to leave T-Mobile for greener pastures take a look at this breakdown. Total of ownership among the four most popular smartphones on the market are broken down courtesy of the fine folks at Billshrink. While the average plan may not be that much of a difference, those who are likely to use phones such as these are often … [read full article]

Purchasing The Nexus One

With all the Nexus One news coming out today it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. Before getting gung ho and clicking that buy button, Google has gone and made it a little easier for T-Mobile folks. New customers will enjoy that $179 pricing but upgrading customers might need to break open that piggy bank a little more. The pre gets a little easier than the unlocked $530 bombshell with a 2 year coming in … [read full article]

Sony Ericsson X10 Goes Exclusively To Our Neighbors To The North

Well if the Nexus One hasn’t met all your Android desires, perhaps the Sony Ericsson X10 would have. Unfortunately for American customers we’ll be looking at our neighbors to the north with longing eyes. Rogers Wireless has managed to score exclusive North American rights to the X10 launching sometime in the second quarter of 2010. Pricing and actual release dates were unknown though the phone will launch with Android 1.6. While this phone may have passed … [read full article]

Google Press Conference Live Stream

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As you know, today is the big day for Google and for T-Mobile Android lovers as well! Today Google is holding a Press Conference and will be unvieling the Google Phone (HTC Nexus One). Above is the live streaming directly from the event! Sit back relax and as you watch, feel free to comment! UPDATE: To watch the Google Press Conference (in HD Quality) click here

T-Mobile Officially Upgrades to HSPA 7.2Mbps?

Today is the day you’ve all been waiting for! Although T-Mobile had promised us HSPA 7.2Mbps before the end of 2009, better late than never right? Today Phonescoop claims that,  T-Mobile has officially announced that it has upgraded its entire 3G network to HSPA 7.2Mbps. T-Mobile also claims that its 3G footprint now covers some 200 million Americans. Along with the announcement, T-Mobile also stated that it plans to be the first U.S. carrier to deploy … [read full article]

Nexus One Support Page Is Live, Except It’s Down Already

Update: The page was just live and right after posting went down again but I was able to snap the above shot. I did take a moment to read the terms of service and it was exactly what we had seen before at quick glance. Keep checking the link! While we are mere hours away from the Google Android announcement which is set to announce the worst kept secret in Android right now, the [read full article]