The day has come, the day of Android. Google has risen victorious, proving the majority of analysts wrong. Android has evolved; changing with every savory dessert and adding features that are not only ground breaking, but have allowed them to compete with the old industry leaders. Android, as we know and love it now, is not the same beast that we encountered in the days of the G1. It is smoother, some may say polished, … [read full article]
The following is a guest post by a fellow blogger. The opinions of the author are not necessarily the opinions of TmoNews.com Our beloved Magenta had been suffering from a lack of good smart phones in their line-up. This summer could see some drastic changes and those changes could actually propel the company into the race and might even allow it to take the lead. We start our journey with the T-Mobile G1, followed by the myTouch … [read full article]
Notice: Everything that follows is an opinion, which we are all entitled to. You know the deal, we put up our opinions, then you leave your comments to start “discussion.” Today’s topic, though, will surely bring some heated debate. So buckle up and head on past the break, this one may take a while. If you don’t want to read it all, skip to the second to last paragraph.
In the past few days, gadget, phone sites and forums have blown up with news about T-Mobile’s new “game changing” Project Dark plans. While we’ve seen comparisons of the new unlimited plans to the competition and all non-unlimited plans appearing to beat the competition in minutes and/or price, has T-Mobile beaten themselves up a little too much on the lower end? Some say yes, some say no. To help out, we’ve created a small chart … [read full article]
Seeming as you have found your way here, to TmoNews (selfless promotion), you probably care a little about what we have to say. While David has presented his opinions in articles before, this here is my turn to put pen to paper (or fingers to keys in this case). If you are willing to give me a listen (read) (and then express your own (rebuttal) opinions in the comments) then head past the break to read the … [read full article]
This rumor seems to pop up every time the wind blows in a certain direction. T-mobile wants to acquire Sprint, Sprint wants to acquire T-mobile, Sprint and T-mobile dance the Samba etc etc. Deutsche Telekom (T-mobile USA parent company) has a market value six times that of Sprint and while Sprint seems to be on a roll these days with a bounty of surprisingly affordable yet all encompassing plans combined with a super … [read full article]