I’ve really got nothing to say about this other than don’t buy it…it’s useless, the Sidekick platform as we once knew it is dead. You can’t use data, like at all. Don’t purchase it…but feel free to point and laugh and spread it … [read full article]
Update: While we’ve been guessing this for a while now, mocoNews is also reporting a rumor that T-Mobile will resurrect the Sidekick as an Android device. As the Sidekick line remains an iconic part of the … [read full article]
Sidekick users have yet another reason to rejoice this morning and T-mobile continues to open up the catalogue of goodies. Introducing Facebook and Twitter to Sidekick (2008), Sidekick LX (Tony Hawk included) and to the Sidekick slide. Interestingly enough the Facebook application is free while Twitter will charge a recurring $1.99 monthly fee. Not sure, what that is about as the Sidekick catalogue appears to be the only Twitter application … [read full article]
T-mobile has launched the latest iteration of its famed Sidekick line and thankfully to much fanfare. Reviews on this phone has been mostly positive giving the Sidekick line the resurgence it needed to resurrect itself from the shadow of the G1 and Blackberry world. Coming in Carbon and and Orchid color schemes, we’ve had the pleasure of unboxing photos so you should know what to expect. Coming … [read full article]
While the expected launch date for the Sidekick LX was May 13th, it looks as if a few lucky individuals are receiving their shipments almost a full 2 weeks early. Anyone complaining about that? Didn’t think so! Courtesy of a fine gentlemen over at Hiptop3 we get a whole bunch of in the wild unboxing pics which do significantly more justice for the device than that other [read full article]
Courtesy of the boys at Engadgetmobile who attended last nights Sidekick announcement, we get a pretty in depth hands on with plenty of glimpses at the exciting features of this T-mobile staple device!
There really isn’t much else I can say about this video but apparently, according to the Engadget guys and the linked youtube page its perfectly legit. That makes it just the creepiest unboxing video I have ever seen. Well, T-mobile, I really have no idea what you were thinking with this one. Engadgetmobile
Reports are coming in strong and steady that April 21st is definitely going to be a Sidekick launch party. All that hope for the next Android device needs to get swept aside for the moment and focus on the Sidekick line, still a T-mobile staple. While our invitation to this event most certainly seems to have gotten lost in the mail, we’re not even sure we’d really care to go anymore. As much as we appreciate the … [read full article]