The line between smartphone and tablet may have been blurred with devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note, but Hisense unveiled something crazy at CES this week, basically a smartphone in a
It’s been just around a month now since T-Mobile added the Samsung Galaxy Note to their line up of smartphones. Seems logical to start talking about the Galaxy Note II,
Everyone’s been talking about how “hot” the new Samsung Galaxy S III is, and it looks like the phrase has now been taken literally. While I go hide in a
T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 users pull down 146X more data than five years ago.
T-Mobile today unveiled a new promotion for this coming Saturday, February 11, which will see all of their 4G smartphone and select tablets going free. If you’re in the market
Today finds T-Mobile USA announcing that they have doubled the speed of its 4G network in 11 new markets. This brings the total number of markets getting HSPA+42 to
Even with the four major carriers each offering something a little different in terms of plans, there are still hoards of users that really want a no-contract offering without sacrificing
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
We were just prepping an article on the most recent leaked images for the HTC Amaze 4G when T-Mobile goes and announces the phone. Ah well, such is life. So…moving
Digitimes is reporting today that HTC, Samsung, and LG are all working on handsets capable of supporting 4G HSPA+ network at speeds of up to 42Mbps. HTC is expected to
4G! Possibly the biggest buzzword in technology these days… Whats it mean to most people? Ultra fast data connections and we all want it NAO! The reality is carriers are
Two years and a few spare months have gone by since Google and T-Mobile partnered up to give us the world’s first Android phone, The HTC-built, T-Mobile G1. The G1 pioneered Android’s initial design, hardware and software alike. Tucked behind the 3.2inch LCD display, 528mhz processor, 192mb of ram, and 5-row keyboard was a infant mobile OS with exponential potential. The G1 led the first steps towards Android’s globalization. Over two years later, Google, T-Mobile, and HTC have come together once again to bring us the next generation of the G1…not surprisingly named the G2. The G2 gains a modern upgrade and design along with HSPA+ support, while retaining specific qualities that the G1 possessed, like the physical landscape qwerty keyboard. Evolution, or just a spec bump? Read along through this review to find out!
The guys over at Phandroid got their hands on an internal memo from AT&T that shows their roadmap for 2011. The last two bullet points are of interest to us
To T-Mobile and Samsung that is. Before I launch into my textual rant that has loving become known as “Ray-ging” (thanks to @technogasms), I need to put a disclaimer that
T-Mobile’s HSPA+ has outperformed all in the top 100 U.S. cities, according to a study done by an unknown independent third party. Also, Tmo has promised a theoretical 42Mbps in the new year. Interesting…