Tag Archives: Android

myTouch 4G Available For Ordering, Maybe

The myTouch4G is “live” on the myTmobile.com page for existing T-Mobile customers and for at least one or two lucky readers, available for order. While we can’t confirm those orders many of you have reported that any attempts to go through the sales process end up being met by a “coming soon” screen. Of course, coming soon is just two days away so it doesn’t hurt to continue trying your luck and see … [read full article]

Samsung And T-Mobile Officially Announce The Galaxy Tab

We had a pretty good idea we’d be hearing this particular date for the Galaxy Tab and we’re happy to say that T-Mobile will be the first out of the gate. Available November 10th, the Tab hardly needs an introduction around these parts. T-Mobile also confirmed pricing on their Galaxy Tab sign up page for “as low as $399.99 on a qualifying 2 year agreement.” Of course that pricing is after a $50 … [read full article]

LG Optimus Arriving November 3rd For $29.99

The third of November is shaping up to be quite the launch day for T-Mobile with the Motorola Defy, T-Mobile Comet, myTouch4Ginsertnewnamehere and now the LG Optimus T. Available for $29.99 the Optimus T will be a perfect little entry phone into the world of Android. With Wi-Fi calling on board, 3.2 megapixel camera and the typical slew of Google features this phone should see plenty of stockings come this holiday … [read full article]

T-Mobile Network Almost Brought Down By Instant Messaging App?

This story has been floating around since the 14th and it’s only now that I’ve had a chance to wrap my head around it. The guys at Fierce Wireless, eagle eyed as they are managed to uncover some juicy details in an FCC filing regarding an Android Instant Messaging program that almost brought down the entire T-Mobile network in an unknown city. “T-Mobile network service was temporarily degraded recently when an independent application developer released … [read full article]

Motorola Cliq Update Coming “Soon”

Lets just get the answer to the obvious first question out of the way here, we DO NOT know exactly what day will mark the beginning of the Motorola Cliq update to Android 2.1 However, as the above image shows T-Mobile employees are set to begin training early next month, November 7th to be exact. The good news from what our source is telling us, is that employers are usually trained a week ahead … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile Goes Official On Wi-Fi Android Calling

It’s here!! It’s finally here as T-Mobile makes Wi-Fi calling on Android officially official.  With a solution planned for a “wide selection of Android™-powered smartphones, including the recently announced new T-Mobile® myTouch® and Motorola DEFY™ with MOTOBLUR™,” this truly is an exciting opportunity for T-Mobile to differentiate their Android powered lineup. As it turns out, the service is indeed powered by the good folks at Kineto Wireless using their Smart Wi-Fi application that surfaced a few … [read full article]

T-Mobile And EA Announce New Partnership

Today, T-Mobile and Electronic Arts (EA) announced a new partnership which will enable T-Mobile subscribers to download free premium content in EA mobile games. With the partnership announcement included the launch of a new gaming portal at http://t-mobile.ea.com. What does this mean for mobile gamers? You can now download a free car upgrade in Need for Speed World, or even a new skate photo challenge in Skate 3, or download a new music pack for the Sims 3 … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Tab In Two Minutes Of Promotional Glory

For some of you the Samsung Galaxy Tab is going to be a no go based on the lack of voice cabilities but for many of you the Galaxy Tab is a perfect complement to your Android collection. It’s small, it’s nimble and apparently its perfect for the back pocket of a pair of jeans. We’re still unsure just when T-Mobile is going to be dropping this bad boy, but expectations are for the holiday shopping … [read full article]

Will UMA Ever Come To Android? Ever?

Almost exactly a month to the day  I wrote a short editorial about why I think UMA still matters, especially on Android. I don’t think I read one dissenter in the comments who stated that UMA on Android wouldn’t be a welcomed addition. Then yesterday came a report from GigaOM namesake Om Malik who spoke to an unnamed T-Mobile representative and was told that T-Mobile would “continue to support UMA on the current … [read full article]

T-Mobile Looking To Step Up Android Push?

I have to admit I’m not sure if this page is new and I just happened to stumble onto it last night or if it’s old and I just happened to stumble onto it last night anyway. Either way, it looks as though T-Mobile is going on an Android offensive looking to showcase its Android diversity and strength, not to mention place as the original Android carrier in the US.  Head on over to [read full article]