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PhoneDog Wants To Give You A Nexus S

No suspense needed here, as our friends at PhoneDog are giving away one Nexus S device this Friday December 17th and then ONE MORE on December 22nd! As seems to be the new “norm” for contests these days you just have to “like” the PhoneDog Facebook page and you are registered to win. Come 8:00pm EST on both December 17th and December 22nd you can hit the PhoneDog UStream channel to watch … [read full article]

Follow Up: Dell Provides Statement On Dell Venue Pro Delay

Dell has provided what, in my eyes amounts to a very vague statement regarding the current status the Dell Venue Pro. Dell fully admits troubles with the product and that they are working with Microsoft to fix them. Unfortunately they provide absolutely no time frame for when the device will be ready for shipment, even if the rumored date is January 6th, 2011. For the moment, Dell seems to be doing … [read full article]

Dell Ignoring Customer Inquiries On Dell Venue Pro?

Details regarding the whereabouts of the Dell Venue Pro seem sketchy at best if you take a glance at the #dellvenuepro Twitter stream or the official Dell support forums. As seems to be a common theme among handset manufacturers these days, according to these Twitter folk Dell is but ignoring customer requests regarding the status of their update. Those attempting phone call inquiries into Dell Customer Care have turned up … [read full article]

Best Buy Details Nexus S Launch

Those fine folks at Best Buy have seen fit to detail exactly what you can expect come December 16th, otherwise known as Nexus S day. Best Buy is ready to make the experience as painless as possible: Timing: Online sales of Nexus S begin at 8 a.m. Eastern time to coincide with the opening of Best Buy stores on the East Coast. As a reminder, all Best Buy stores have adjusted their … [read full article]

T-Mobile G2 On Sale, Only $49.99

As the Holiday season is in full swing, T-Mobile is getting ready for the holidays and providing some pretty sweet deals. The latest deal includes T-Mobile’s first 4G handset, the T-Mobile G2. Magenta is offering the G2 for only $49.99 with a new 2-year agreement. The offer is only available online, through T-Mobile.com.  And to sweeten up the deal even more, order online by December 20th, 2 PM PT and T-Mobile will … [read full article]

Will The Sidekick Ever Make A Comeback?

I know we could be reading entirely too much into this but when pinged last night on Twitter with a question regarding the future of the Sidekick line, @tmobile gave the above response. They could have answered in a million ways some of which would have raised suspicion and others which would have hinted that there are no current plans to continue the Sidekick line. So I stand by the notion … [read full article]

The Google Nexus S Gets Unboxed

We’re just 6 days away from the launch of the Google/Samsung Nexus S and luckily for all of us watching at home, videos the device in hand are popping up. Thanks to the folks at Phonedog and Intomobile we’ve got a detailed look at both the hardware and the software. If you were on the fence for picking one of these up, perhaps seeing it in live action will help convince you, if not, … [read full article]

Enter To Win A T-Mobile HD7 This Holiday Season

As the Holiday season approaches, our awesome friends over at Letstalk.com are running an HTC phone giveaway to celebrate for the holidays. The giveaway includes T-Mobile’s first Windows Phone 7 handset, the T-Mobile HTC HD7 (retail value $499.99), the HTC Surround from AT&T, the Verizon Droid Incredible, and the HTC Evo 4G from Sprint. To enter the giveaway for a chance to win, simply “like” Letstalk’s FaceBook fan page at http://facebook.com/letstalk and you’re done! … [read full article]

T-Mobile Plans 4G Tablet For 2011

Looks like T-Mobile is feeling a little left out of all the 4G tablet talk as I just received this brief quote in my inbox: “T-Mobile is working closely with the majority of our OEM partners to deliver 4G products by integrating HSPA+ into roadmaps in 2011 as the dominant global standard.  Consumers will continue to see HSPA+ fuel future innovation in a variety of mobile consumer electronics from smartphones and tablets to … [read full article]