Engadgetmobile is reporting this morning that the G1 is on it’s way to Walmart and at a price lower than T-mobile directly is offering. Walmart, king of the odd price is said to be selling the G1 at $148.88, a full $31.11 savings, or the cost of a tank of gas for me to get to my nearest Walmart. Engadget’s tipster is claiming that the top 10 stores in each regional Walmart … [read full article]
For the G1, word on the street and in the hands of the users has been a fairly positive user experience, until they tried the email. Recent reports have pop3/imap accounts on the G1 plagued with troubles, while gmail is of course working just peachy. Between connection errors, messages not sending/receiving and other errors, email problems are plaguing users everywhere. While early reports focus on comcast users, the troubles … [read full article]
Well, we all know that the “1.5 million G1’s sold!” rumor that was making it’s rounds on blogs everywhere is fake, but the question on everyone’s mind really has got to be… what IS the actual sales number? Mercury News sat down with HTC’s CEO, Peter Chou, last week to discuss the success of the first Google phone and got some … [read full article]
After all the G1 news in the past few weeks we’re ready to get back on track and focus on continued previews of upcoming holiday launches for magenta. Previewing the Behold a number of times has let us know you guys want more of this phone. Today we happily oblige and bring you a few shots from one of our lucky ninjas who had some hands on time with this, … [read full article]
Some of our eagle eyed forum posters spotted this commercial on both the “E” network as well as Vh1 and hopefully it is the first in a long line successful marketing for the G1. This is the first “word” we have gotten of a televised commercial, so hopefully magenta is stepping up and letting the masses know their flagship phone is in the house!
So while you G1 fans tinker and play and download Apps, take heed that today also marks the official launch of the Android marketplace. Not a whole lot here we didn’t already know, take notice however, the app selection is pretty minimal right now. All applications will be free throughout the remainder of the year and as Gizmodo points out, the big guns ie premier developers will hold off on releasing … [read full article]
Wow, not a day after the launch T-mobile and Google are prepping an OTA update for bug fixes and “working out the kinks.” I’m not sure if I am impressed by the rapid application of this OTA update or disappointed that one is ready not 24 hours after launch. What does this update do? This update will include enhancements (I don’t know what is termed an “enhancement” and one bug fix that is … [read full article]
I think this goes without explanation but today happens to be the 22nd of October! So you know what means, Halloween is only 9 days away, 70 days are left in the year and 14 days remain till the election. I know I know, enough of the rambling, today T-mobile launches their flagship device, the G1. Haven’t heard of it yet? Stop reading and go here, here, here and [read full article]
Will you be lining up in the morning? Was the pre-sale not for you and you like the in-person buying experience? To try and take away from the inevitable boredom that results from waiting in line we want to see what you see. Are there 25 people in line with you or two? According to our information a designated “line lead” should be there juggling, telling jokes and giving away animal balloons … [read full article]
Attention attention San Francisco residents who have not pre-ordered the G1, we have news for you! Sadly the news is only good if you live in that in the San Fran area as T-mobile has chosen the San Francisco store at 3rd and Market St to start selling G1’s a day early. You read that right, at 6pm local time (6pm PDT) you will be able able to purchase the G1 and be … [read full article]
Ok, so who can guess what those are?? Remember, just because store’s in your area may or may not have received inventory, the sell date is still the 22nd so don’t be the guy who walks into a store and demands to purchase tomorrow. Don’t be that guy! If you want to take a picture with the UPS man delivering your phone, that’s a different story.
Well for all your Blackberry Curve fans who have been eagerly awaiting this release and haven’t taken the leap into the wilderness that is the many unofficial releases floating around this comes as great news. Starting today you can download the 4.5 maintenance release from t-mobile.com/bbupgrade. One of the few complaints that has befallen Blackberry especially of late has been the lack of HTML email integration. For a device that sells itself … [read full article]