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Android, photoshopped…

Ok, I know I know we’re putting Android stuff up all over the blog. I PROMISE non-android stuff is coming, we have a couple of exciting announcements coming up in the next week or so! For the moment however, I wanted to post this up because Jimbo831, one of our super forum members (and newest moderator!!!) took hours out of his time creating the best photoshopped look of Android to date. … [read full article]

Who wants more Android info? I do! Ido!

Well, loyal Android fans, here is something to fill that daily Android fix. The Android guys are at it again with a laundry list of things we can expect from the Android phone, mind you this list is not “official” but oh well, Android speculation seems just fun anyway: 528Mhz Qualcomm 7201 processor Data kit for USB connectivity in the box 64MB Internal RAM 128MB Internal ROM 1GB MicroSD card … [read full article]

All hail G1!

That’s right Tmonews lovers, yet another Android find to get you oooohing…ahhhing and in my case, a little drooling. Just kidding, but not really. Thats right, we are hailing the men over at Androidguys tonight for this super spy find. “Official” confirmation with the myfaves logo, T-mobile wording and behold “google” on the back! Nothing else really to write here, just enjoy one more drawing and the ever increasing anticipation … [read full article]

Sidekick fans, lookie lookie…

Well details on this are sketchy at best, but this should definitely get sidekick fans paying attention. Truth be told nobody can really say for sure if this thing is legit, limited edition or something Souljaboy managed to get pimped out. Engadgetmobile is running with the story and we tend to agree with their thoughts, danger has definitely gone limited edition in the past, tony hawk sidekick anyone? … [read full article]

Free (Samsung) Phones For All!

That is possibly our best graphic to date, wouldn’t you say? Anyways, time to bring our users some exciting news….that is, if you were looking at picking up a new Samsung phone along with a hefty 2 year contract. Starting on September 3rd, and ending on October 14th, all T-mobile Samsung devices will be free. The higher end phones will in fact have mail in rebates (MIRs), but in the end T-mobile … [read full article]

The HTC Dream WILL have GPS

If the above picture doesn’t prove it, we don’t know what does. Recently we have been getting a lot ton of questions about whether the HTC Dream will have GPS or not. For a lot of people that will make or break the phone, and we’re here with some good news. From the looks of Google’s top 50 Android programs (PDF) from the Android developers challenge, it looks like … [read full article]

T-mobile is scaring us…

T-mobile, what happened? You went from releasing phones like the W490 (three times, with new colors each time), and having the internet crawling with complaints about your phone selection, to having some awesome 3G and UMA phones being added to your lineup. You were just waiting to role out 3G before you unleashed your phone arsenal on us wern’t you? Here are two words you don’t hear often in the same sentance: … [read full article]

Do you like e-mail? Take a peek…

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Well here is a great phone gadget if you like E-mail, and nothing else. Peek, a startup company trying to gain traction in the wireless industry, has made a slick e-mail only device for users that haven’t discovered Blackberrys yet. The Peek will run off of T-mobile’s network, and charge $19.99 a month for unlimited e-mail. Notice the lack of any start or end call buttons? That is because the phone doesn’t … [read full article]

Feature of the week: SkyDeck

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At TmoNews we strive our best to bring our readers the best and newest features available around the web. That is why last time we featured YouMail, and today we are featuring SkyDeck. SkyDeck is a unique service, that provides something that mobile phone companies should have provided years ago. In one sentence, SkyDeck takes your cell phone activities (from MyT-mobile.com), puts them into their own easily navigable … [read full article]