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T-Mobile Android phones to come pre-installed with Google Wallet “later this year”

A short while ago, Google announced a new partnership with Softcard (formally known as ISIS). According to the press release, the search giant has purchased “some exciting technology and intellectual property from Softcard to make Google Wallet better.” Along with the purchase agreement with Softcard, Google has also agreed to a huge distribution deal with three of the four major U.S. carriers. This deal will mean that – from some point later … [read full article]

Android 5.0 Lollipop update now available for T-Mobile Galaxy S5

A couple of readers just got in touch with us to inform us that the long-awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update has landed for the T-Mobile Galaxy S5. And by the looks of things, it’s a fairly hefty update weighing in at almost 1GB in size. It’s available to download over the air, so if you haven’t received a notification yet, check your settings and update manually. If that fails, give Samsung Kies a … [read full article]

Saygus V2 Super-Powered phone available for pre-order, and it supports band 12

It’s not often a phone unavailable from most official outlets and carrier stores gets so many tech-fans excited. But at CES earlier this year, there were only a couple of phones that got my attention. First was obviously the second generation LG G Flex. The second was Saygus’ insanely specced hyperbeast smartphone. The relatively unknown manufacturer wowed us with an impressive spec list. The company recently made it available for pre-order and it … [read full article]

YotaPhone 2 could be on its way to T-Mobile [Rumor]

At CES in Las Vegas just last week, the YotaPhone 2 drew a lot of attention. Its unique two-screen design is building its own hype. And – at the moment – the device isn’t available to buy in the States. But that will change. The manufacturers chief stated that the second generation YotaPhone would be sold through a U.S. carrier at some point in the near future. He didn’t say which carrier. But … [read full article]