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HTC Radar 4G Spotted On Microsoft Website In Black And White

I can’t say how much I really wanted to title this article, “HTC Radar 4G Spotted on Microsoft Website In A Tuxedo, Or Looking Like A Seal,” or something along those lines. It’s not often we see a white handset debut before it’s available in the typical black dressing of smartphones. Perhaps a “black” HTC Radar 4G is on the horizon if this image spotted on Microsoft’s website is the real deal. This … [read full article]

Microsoft, Facebook Among Eight Technology Companies Supporting AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

Microsoft joined with Facebook and 6 other technology companies in a filing to the FCC last night in a statement of support for the AT&T/T-Mobile merger.  The deals supporters include Yahoo, Oracle, Research in Motion and VC firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sequoia Partners. Their argument is pretty much summed up by saying that the proposed deal is the best way for AT&T to expand their network capacity in order … [read full article]

T-Mobile Extends Samsung Discount Offer To Sidekick Customers

Feeling a little blue about the lack of Sidekick 4G details as of late? Well T-Mobile hears you and wants you to know they are aware of this, especially for current Sidekick customers who are facing a shutdown to their services. T-Mobile is currently offering current Sidekick customers an opportunity to upgrade to newer Samsung equipment at a 50% discount. While this offer was originally available till April 5, 2011, it … [read full article]

T-Mobile Finally Ends The Sidekick (OS) Line, Effective May 2011

Just when I thought it was safe to get a good nights sleep, I wake up and see that T-Mobile has effectively killed off the Sidekick line effective May 31, 2011. That’s right, you read that correctly, T-Mobile has sent out an early morning press release informing the media that Danger (a subsidiary of Microsoft these days) will no longer offer data services on Sidekick devices after the aforementioned date. As a … [read full article]

Microsoft Promotes Windows Azure With T-Mobile Family Room

Even if Windows Phone 7 isn’t your cup of tea this phone is worth the 3:45 you’ll spend watching it. Microsoft hopes to showcase how their Microsoft Azure platform can provide a stable and fast work environment with an emphasis on how T-Mobile completed the Family Room project for Windows Phone 7 in just six weeks. The Family Room platform is the “post it note on the refrigerator” for the digital age allowing family members … [read full article]

Microsoft KIN Coming To T-Mobile?

On April 12, Microsoft announced two new mobile handsets, the KIN ONE and the KIN TWO. These devices were targeted at the younger social networking crowd. At the time of the unveiling, Verizon Wireless was the exclusive carrier, but it looks like the exclusivity might be short-lived. According to the findings of a well-known Windows Mobile ROM hacker, the KIN OS system provisioning files consist of carrier files for T-Mobile USA, AT&T, and a whole bunch of … [read full article]

Sidekick Has No KINs?

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A while back, there were several rumors floating around of Magenta supposedly discontinuing the Sidekick line. Many thought that the T-Mobile Sidekick would be replaced with the rumored Microsoft “Project Pink” handsets for Verizon Wireless. Today, April 12, Verizon Wireless and Microsoft announced the KIN ONE and the KIN TWO which are devices targeted towards the younger social networking crowd. T-Mobile states that, even though these new devices are very similar to the T-Mobile Sidekick handset, Sidekick … [read full article]

T-Mobile HD2 Giveaway, Courtesy Of Microsoft

Ever since its debut, the T-Mobile HTC HD2 has been quite difficult to pick up, especially if you weren’t one of the lucky few who ordered early online or camped outside a T-Mobile store.  Now you have a chance of getting one absolutely free!  The folks over at Microsoft are currently running a T-Mobile HTC HD2 giveaway.  To enter in the contest for a chance to win, simply visit the WindowsPhone Facebook page, become … [read full article]