Tag Archives: Keyboard

Swiftkey’s New Flow Keyboard Emulates Swype, Still Looks Awesome

There’s little question that SwiftKey’s new “Flow” keyboard takes a page right out of Swype’s playbook, as SwiftKey is definitely looking to counter the uber-popular Swype style of message. SwiftKey calls it “gliding” over the screen and says it incorporates its existing word prediction engine, which can analyze your writing styles to help predict your next word choice to help make typing faster. SwiftKey says the system can correctly predict around 30% of all next-words before any … [read full article]

Future QWERTY T-Mobile Samsung Smartphone Found Hanging In The Wild

Still wondering about that upcoming SGH-T699 Samsung smartphone headed to T-Mobile? Well, wonder no more! First, let’s back pedal for a moment and talk about our earlier speculation that this could be the Galaxy Nexus, a hypothesis that may have been based as much on facts as hopes and dreams. Clearly, we wanted this to be something it isn’t. Now, with the above picture we know exactly what it is. I’ve only … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The Blackberry Torch 9810, Coming November 9th

T-Mobile has just announced the Blackberry Torch 9810, the latest 4G Blackberry to join T-Mobile’s 4G Blackberry lineup. Powered by the Blackberry 7 operating system and running a 1.2GHz processor, the Torch 9810 provides both a fast and fluid Blackberry experience. The 9810 is equipped with a 3.2″ TFT VGA touch-screen display and combines that with a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard for a complete smartphone experience. Along with the full QWERTY keyboard … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces November 2nd Availability For New myTouch by LG Smartphones

Just like we anticipated, T-Mobile has added another two devices to the list of smartphones and tablets launching on November 2nd. T-Mobile just announced via Facebook the addition of the T-Mobile myTouch and myTouch Q available November 2nd. Both smartphones by LG will be available for just $79.99 after a $50 mail-in-rebate and two year contract. If you would rather give either phone a hands-on before buying, they’ll be in … [read full article]

T-Mobile myTouch, myTouch Q And LG DoubleplayDummy Phones Arrive In T-Mobile Stores

T-Mobile’s newest entrances into their mid-range Android lineup all have an expected launch date of November 2nd which provides us with plenty of time to find as many “in the wild” shots as we can hope for. We’ve already managed to get a few snapshots of the phones hanging around this week and now we’re back with a look at a couple more live T-Mobile myTouch images and a quick look … [read full article]

myTouch 4G Slide Appears In The Wild, No Mr. Blurrycam In Sight!

We at TmoNews want to wish all the Fathers out there a very happy Father’s day with some crystal clear myTouch 4G Slide in the wild shots. While Mr. Blurrycam has already found this device hanging around town the shots we just received show off the phone in significantly better clarity giving you a much clearer idea of what the phone will look like. Our ninja was definite on the phone … [read full article]

LG Mystery Dual-Screen Handset Uncovered In The Wild

Sometimes there are phones just hanging out in the wild right in front of our faces and we don’t know anything about them. Mr. Blurrycam isn’t anywhere near these images taken front and center at a party organized by Orange in the UK. The folks from Kineto Wireless were on hand at the party and you might them as the creators of the Wi-Fi calling app on Android. They brought this unknown LG … [read full article]

myTouch 4G Slide Accessory Spotted, No Sign Of Phone

While myTouch 4G Slide accessories have already been spotted hanging around the interwebs, this time we’re seeing some accessory arrivals inside T-Mobile owned retail stores. While this generally isn’t an indication that the phones arrival is imminent it’s definitely a good sign. Still, handset accessories can arrive a few weeks or a month before a handset is released to the public but let’s not bet the farm on an arrival this … [read full article]