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For reasons unknown, T-Mobile feels compelled to remind us of something we already knew.
T-Mobile customers who pick up the Samsung Galaxy S III will soon be able to enjoy a free download of the 3rd highest grossing film of all time, Marvel’s The
Samsung today announced that the Galaxy Note II will, in fact, be coming to the United States to all four major carriers. That means you’ll soon see the 5.5-inch phone
The 4G LTE-ready tablet arrives on August 17.
Without providing a price, T-Mobile is quick to announce the arrival date for their Galaxy S III.
Well, it looks like the cat is out of the bag. After months of mock-ups, fakes and leaks, Samsung has announced its new flagship: The Galaxy S III. Packing a
The dual-core Android smartphone should arrive some 90 days after its first official announcement.
The newest addition to the Galaxy tablet line up was announced today at CES. The 7.7 inch 4G LTE-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab will be available in the coming weeks. It’s the first tablet in
Keeping track of all the Samsung Galaxy Tabs just got harder. T-Mobile has announced that starting Nov. 16, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will be available for $249.99. The
T-Mobile USA tossed out a press release late last night, officially announcing that a pair of 4G Android-powered tablets would be ready for launch later this year. Expected “in time
T-Mobile announced a pair of handsets today capable of supporting their growing HSPA+ 42Mbps network, tapping them both with an October 12th arrival. One you already know about – the
I recently had the pleasure of putting together a post for Amazon Wireless where the subject was entirely up to me. Given that I had just finished traveling a couple
AT&T has joined T-Mobile as one of two carriers who have announced a Galaxy S II but aren’t ready to confirm a launch date or price. Ma Bell’s press release
The wait is over and the Galaxy S II has been finally announced for U.S carriers. Sprint will be the first provider to offer the device to its customers, making
We’ve gone from months and weeks down to days and, now, hours. Samsung is in New York this evening, ready to pull the curtain back on the U.S. versions of