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Deals, Deals And More Deals!

T-Mobile is gearing up for the holiday season, and do you know what that means? Deals, deals, and more deals! Starting today, T-Mobile is offering the myTouch 3G and all its Android goodness for $99.99 with a 2-year commitment. And if you’re not diggin’ Android, maybe a BlackBerry would come to your liking? The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is now available from T-Mobile for FREE, that is with a 2-year contract. If you’re really … [read full article]

Google Phone As Early As January 5th?

According to sources “familiar with the matter,” the heavily leaked Passion/Google Phone/Nexus One will be available as early as January 5th directly from Google(the website (Yeah, I don’t know how that will work either)).  Our own sources are confirming this as an internal rumor, so don’t take it as final (but possible).  Want more good news?  They are also saying that it will be available for a reduced price if you agree to … [read full article]

FCC Continues To Boost T-Mobile Chances For Google Phone

Those FCC digging boys over at Engadget have managed to uncover the FCC docs for the newly christened Google Nexus One. As luck might have it, and as we have been trying to point out for over a week now, T-Mobile is looking more and more likely as the supported carrier for this device. While at first it was thought to support BOTH AT&T and T-Mobile 3G bands, Engadget has since updated the story to reflect … [read full article]

Motorola Android App Store Leaks

Well the Android Market looks to be getting an “overhaul” courtesy of Motorola who apparently have gone and built their very own Market for Android, with desktop capability and all. Currently called, “SHOP4APPS,” my boys over at Androidandme have used the awesome power of Google search to reveal one of Motorola’s dirty little Android secrets. Unfortunately, the discovery the of the site has led to a takedown as it evidently wasn’t ready for prime time but a … [read full article]

Google Phone Image Leaks, Surprise, Looks Exactly Like HTC Passion

This story just keeps getting better and better as images of the purported Google Phone aka Nexus One aka HTC passion have leaked. Looking almost identical to the HTC Passion, these images show one very sexy phone that “lacks any HTC branding whatsoever.” With no branding whatsoever, the mystery continues as how to the phone will be sold and what carrier(s) it will work with. I think we all know how this website feels about … [read full article]

Google Phone “Confirmed” By Wall Street Journal


Well today certainly continues to get more interesting with the Wall Street Journal now “officially” confirming the existence of the Google Phone. The Wall Street Journal is arguably one of the most respected new sources in the world and few would dispute their “confirmation” as anything other than concrete proof the phone exists.  According the WSJ, the phone will be sold under the Moniker “Nexus One,” contradicting earlier reports, including our own, that HTC Passion was … [read full article]

Google Phone That Much Closer To Realization?

Update: Google kinda, sorta, partially admits “Google Phone is real.” The internet is abuzz this morning with a TechCrunch article stating that the long rumored “Google Phone” has been completely, 100% confirmed. According to TechCrunch sources and pictured Twitter remarks, the Google Phone has been handed out to an unknown number of Google Employees who are claiming “revolutionary changes.” Having discussed with our sources regarding the matter we are able to get further … [read full article]

December 3G Launches Recap


T-Mobile has been on fire recently with its 3G madness, and has added quite a few cities to the 3G bandwagon. With HSPA 7.2Mbps less than 3 weeks away, T-Mobile is making sure everyone enjoys 3G goodness this holiday season. Recapping the recent 3G launches that we informed you about ahead of time, have now been officially blessed with 3G, with the exception of Louisville which seems to be delayed. Congratulations and welcome to … [read full article]

T-Mobile Considering Discontinuing T-Mobile@Home Service?

If you aren’t familiar with T-Mobile’s @Home service, basically it’s a service that gives you unlimited nationwide calling from your home phone, including voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding, and call conferencing. It’s a landline service that operates by hooking up T-Mobile’s @Home router to your internet connection. This is not to be confused with T-Mobile’s UMA service, which uses a WiFi connection to strength a wireless signal. Rumor has it that T-Mobile is looking to … [read full article]

Motorola To Develop Module To Help Make 3G Phones More Awesome

Well now, this sure is interesting. Motorola in an attempt to capitalize on its “we’re back” attitude given the recent success of the Droid is going to take a new approach, solve the homelessness situation, build a radio module capable of working on all HSPA frequencies in the United States. That means 3G devices that are capable of working on both AT&T AND T-Mobile. That’s just damn cool. Unfortunately though, as Engadget points out, Motorola isn’t building … [read full article]

Congratulations To Samsung Behold II Contest Winners!

Congratulations go out to Behold22, one of the winners of the Samsung Behold 2 contest and one of our forum regulars. What originally was a too good to be true contest through Samsung with hourly winners had quickly turned into speculation regarding its authenticity. Well question no more as the winners have started receiving their devices along with a lovely letter that points out the need for being a T-Mobile customer to use this device. I … [read full article]

T-Mobile Introduces New Payment Option For Android Market


Just over a month ago, T-Mobile CTO Cole Brodman was speaking at the Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco and promised carrier billing for the Android market. In an effort to streamline the purchase process and increase Android Market sales, T-Mobile hoped carrier billing would increase apps purchased on the go. As of yesterday, December 9th, this option is now live via an “invisible” update to the Android Market that requires nothing other than owning an … [read full article]