Archive | August, 2009

Rover Spotted In The Wild

Not long after catching wind of this device( for the second time), courtesy of the FCC files, this Nokia Tablet has been spotted and photographed in the wild.  The pictures, courtesy of commenter Speedy over at Engadget, clearly show the model number (RX-51), and are strikingly similar to the renders that we have seen before.  The back captures the rumored 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss lens.  The interesting part, however, is … [read full article]

"Rover" Landing on T-Mobile Soon

The all powerful FCC has come through again, like it always seems to do.  This specific filing, however, is a bit interesting.  You might be able to tell that the device shown in the ID placement drawing above depicts something a bit wide for a phone.  This intriguing development makes it seem as though we are looking at an internet tablet from Nokia.  How do we know this is bound for T-Mobile? … [read full article]

T-Mobile's offerings at "The Shack"

So we know that T-Mobile is about to be offered at Radioshack The Shack (heard the rebranding news?) but what we didn’t quite know is what phones would be offered at their locations at launch. Thanks to BGR’s ninja we know it’ll launch two weeks from tomorrow and there’s a list of 11 devices, both postpaid and prepaid. Here they are: Postpaid handsets: Samsung T239 (red) Sony Ericsson TM506 (amber) Samsung Gravity 2 … [read full article]

Reminder: Pay for your new phone in installments

With the recent furor over the Touch Pro2‘s rumored pricing, we thought this would be a good time to bring up something that may have long been forgotten by many of you since we first provided the details back in November. Officially announced by T-Mobile in February of this year, the Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) pretty much allows you to lower the amount you pay for your phone upfront … [read full article]

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s T-Mobile?

It’s no secret that T-Mobile has been stepping up their advertising campaign lately.  It has been a natural progression of course; starting with commercials, then moving to an extremely personalized press event and now their latest propaganda, people jumping out of perfectly good planes and plummeting to the Earth (with some fancy flips, synchronization and safe landings thrown in there somewhere).  It appears that T-Mobile is going all out … [read full article]