T-Mobile touts fall and holiday smartphone lineup

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Even though T-Mobile decided to scrap plans for their New York press event this evening,they went ahead and issued a press release tied to the same topic. It was expected that they would show off their fall lineup of devices, including stuff running Android and Windows Phone, and other ...

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PSA: Google, T-Mobile events scrapped in wake of Hurricane Sandy

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Here’s a quick and friendly public service announcement to let you all know that Google’s Android-related event has been scrapped today as a result of Hurricane Sandy.  What’s more, T-Mobile has also decided to push their fall showcase as well.  It’s not immediately ...

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When is my carrier getting the Galaxy Note II?

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There’s been a lot of chatter these past few weeks about the Samsung Galaxy Note II, and deservedly so. It’s a badass device that all major carriers are expected to carry this fall. So, now you’ve been convinced that it’s the handset for you and you’re looking to ...

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This Day in Android: T-Mobile G1 ushers in the Android era (2008)

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It was exactly four years ago today that T-Mobile USA released the G1, setting off a crazy chain of Android events and momentum.  Manufactured by HTC, the G1 (aka Dream) was the first Android smartphone ever and featured a little bit of everything.  There were no less than three input options ...

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AT&T announces Isis Mobile Payment for Austin and Salt Lake City

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Mobile payment service Isis Mobile Wallet has officially rolled out in Austin, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah, according to AT&T.  The joint commerce venture was created with T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless and is available to use on nine handsets.  A press release from today advises that ...

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T-Mobile roadmap leaked, Android goodies in store

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I love the smell of a leaked roadmap in the morning. The guys over at TmoNews have gotten their hands on what looks to be a T-Mobile roadmap for October and November, and Android certainly has a presence on the list. So without further ado, let’s jump right into it. First up is the LG ...

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T-Mobile says Galaxy Note II coming “this fall”

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For reasons unknown, T-Mobile feels compelled to remind us of something we already knew.

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T-Mobile: Galaxy S III is our all-time best-selling device

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T-Mobile’s best-selling device of all time is a phone that has only been available for a few months.  A tweet from the nation’s fourth-largest carrier from over the weekend indicates that the Samsung Galaxy S III is doing quite well around Magenta’s neck of the woods. Did you ...

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Samsung says Android 4.1 update for U.S. Galaxy S III models “coming soon”

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Samsung has put together a quick and simple list of U.S. smartphones which are either getting or are expected to receive their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update.  As of right now it basically acts as a placeholder or jumping off point for a number of Galaxy S III models and a trio of Nexus ...

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T-Mobile gearing up for LG Optimus L9

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T-Mobile USA appears set to offer the LG Optimus L9, according to a fresh set of leaked photos of said device.  The renders, which look to be press-ready images of the handset, come courtesy of @evleaks, a source of many Android recent tips.  

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T-Mobile issues formal announcement of MetroPCS merger

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T-Mobile USA has just published an official announcement on their company blog which details the impending merger with MetroPCS.  As they put it, the combined entity will be the “leading value carrier in the U.S. which will deliver an enhanced customer experience through a wider selection ...

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WSJ: T-Mobile, MetroPCS agree on $1.5 billion deal

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS have approved the combination of the two entities in what’s known as a reverse merger. According to sources familiar with the companies and their plans, MetroPCS will acquire T-Mobile USA but will be still be called T-Mobile and run by its current CEO, John Legere.

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Deutsche Telekom confirms intent to merge with MetroPCS

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If approved, the deal would see a larger 4th place carrier in the United States.

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS rumored for merger

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T-Mobile and MetroPCS are being tied to rumors this week that suggest the two carriers will merge to create a larger, fourth place wireless provider.  T-Mobile currently serves around 33 million users while MetroPCS adds about 10 million to the pot.  In other words, the combined 42+ million ...

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HTC One X+ for T-Mobile has its picture taken

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The first images of a T-Mobile branded HTC One X has been spotted online, thanks to @evleaks.  There are no new details accompanying the photo, however we’re pretty sure we know what to expect out of the device.  The last time we checked, this handset is slated to run Android 4.1 Jelly ...

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