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T-Mobile’s “Changing The Game” With 4G Connect, Offers 200MB Free Data Per Month For Two Years

T-Mobile’s “looking to change the game” by announcing “an innovative, breakthrough program designed to make 4G connectivity a standard, integrated and free feature on select notebooks, tablets and ultra books.” Through the company’s newly introduced 4G Connect plan, customers who purchases devices will be provided with 200MB of free data every month for 2 years, right out of the box. T-Mobile’s move is very reminiscent of what Google has done with Chromebooks by … [read full article]

T-Mobile Launching Dell Inspiron 14z With 4G Connectivity On November 14th

The mystery of the upcoming Dell Windows 8 Ultrabook on T-Mobile has been solved as this new image confirms the release of the Dell Inspiron 14z. T-Mobile and Dell are teaming up to launch the Inspiron 14z on November 14th powered by Windows 8 and T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. The 14z will come pre-installed with a T-Mobile application to help manage data, billing cycles, self-help and more. All this info pretty well [read full article]

T-Mobile Launching Dell Windows 8 Ultrabook On November 14th

We’ve been eyeballing a new Dell machine running on the T-Mobile network for a few months and can now confirm a Dell Windows 8 Ultrabook is on the way. Limited to just 338 stores, there’s no word on exactly which Dell Windows 8 Ultrabook T-Mobile will carry and power on their HSPA+ 4G network, but it will have pre-installed applications to manage data usage, billing cycle, self-help and more. The Ultrabook will … [read full article]

Report: Microsoft Will Lose Dominant Marketshare To Android In 2016

According to a new Gartner study, Google’s Android operating system will be used on more computing devices than Microsoft’s Windows Platform within the next four years. The study shows the massive shift happening in the marketplace as Android continues its rise to world domination. At the end of 2016, Gartner expects there will be 2.3 billion computers, tablets and smartphones using the Android platform, compared to 2.28 billion Windows devices. As for 2012, Gartner anticipates 1.5 billion Windows devices against 608 million using … [read full article]