T-Mobile has begun rolling out a much anticipated update to their recently launched G2 handset today. Marked as version 1.22.531.8, the update brings a few changes to the device, most notably the ability to make and receive calls over WiFi.
Late yesterday, T-Mobile announced their intention to start marketing its HSPA+ network as a “4G” network.
With the announcement of their new budget-friendly handsets like the Comet, T-Mobile officially rolled out their new new tethering plans. How does it work? It’s actually quite simple. The
Android Purity is reporting today that the Yahoo! Video Chat app, that is supposed to be exclusively for T-Mobile customers, is showing up in the Android market for non-magenta subscribers.
This is not going to be what you T-Mobile myTouch 3G owners wanted to hear, to those of you still waiting for Android 2.2 to get out to your device.
The MyTouch 4G is going to hit the stores on November 3rd for $200 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Consumers purchasing the device also get a 8 GB microSD card
tarting this week, T-Mobile will be offering four Android-based handsets below the $100 price point. While they aren’t necessarily the high-end super phones some of you readers might be after, they will definitely attract new Android users. The devices come from handset makers LG, Motorola, and Huawei with varying prices and specs.
MyTouch 4G Coming November 3rd The phone announcements and rumors have been coming fast and furious lately, and T-Mobile just threw their hat in the ring too. CNET is reporting
Ever since HSPA+ was announced, there have been whispers of T-Mobile calling the upgrade an enhancement to 4G service. After the network was deployed, and handsets started being released, the
T-Mobile will be the first wireless provider in the United States to offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab. We just received a “press release” advising that the 7-inch Android tablet will arrive on
T-Mobile USA will be offering their first Android-based phone from LG, the Optimus T next week at the rock-bottom price of $29.99. Of course this price comes with a two -year service agreement and a $50 mail-in rebate, however we love the entry point.
The Boy Genius Report has been passed some information that shows T-Mobile gearing up for mobile tethering and Wifi sharing options for smart phone (Android) users.
I think the chief complaint behind companies who insist on having the own software overtop Android, be it Blur, Sense, or TouchWiz, is the delay in updates. Here I am,
We put this feature together to help fill you, dear reader, in on we think each of the big four wireless providers are doing as it pertains to Android. Using the same system as the first time around, we conducted a blind, internal poll with members of our staff deciding how they would grade each U.S. wireless provider on their job. You know, like a teacher handing out grades. How did your provider do?
Motorola’s how2moto YouTube account has thrown seven new videos online to show off various features of the forthcoming T-Mobile Defy. Looking more like a few Android 101 tips, the short clips cover topics like capturing and sharing video clips, setting up personal email, and using contacts.