First Leaked Photos of Real G2 Arrive

Looking very much like the leaked Sapphire handset in last week’s HTC ’09 lineup, the first spyshots of the T-Mobile G2 have arrived.  If the few pictures are any indication as to what we’re going to get, then expect a thinner, shinier, touch only version. The trackball looks ...

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T-Mobile Netherlands Ramps up for Android, G1

The G1 world tour continues.  Folks in the Netherlands will be able to pre-order the T-Mobile G1starting tomorrow at over 80 T-Mobile shops scattered about the country.  With a deposit of 50 euros (roughly $65 US dollars) consumers can get in the first-come, first-serve line.  The G1 is ...

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Alleged G2 Phone Less Clunky Than G1, Touch Only

If you stopped by any mobile tech sites yesterday, chances are that you came across an article regarding the leak of HTC’s 2009 lineup.  At first, we only noticed the bright pink Hero Android handset as being a rumored handset for Android later this year. After reading a few other sites ...

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T-Mobile: Looking For A Few Good Coders…And More!

T-Mobile is building up a substantial team of Android developers, architects, and QA engineers to help propel the T-Mobile G1 and tackle the cutting edge of tomorrow’s coolest products and services. So, if you have mobile industry engineering experience and want to get in on the ground ...

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G1 Now Works With DeviceAnywhere

Today brings a bit of good news for those writing apps for Android.  DeviceAnywhere now allows developers the capability of testing and monitoring applications for the G1 from anywhere in the world.  Using their online service, developers are now able to interact with a virtual G1 just like ...

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Confirmation of Replacement G1 Batteries Being Sent Out?

Last week, a handful of Android and mobile tech sites were buzzing with rumors of a replacement G1 battery being sent out by T-Mobile.  Our friend Michael, of GoogleAndBlog, seemed to be the one to break that story, getting lots of attention from around the net. One of our readers sent in an ...

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G1 and Cupcake – What’s the Deal?

Current G1 owners are licking their chops at the prospect of getting some much desired updates to their Android phones.  Features like video recording, stereo Bluetooth, and an on-screen keyboard are the only things missing from an otherwise robust OS.  But will the G1 ever see the icing from ...

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The Case For and Against the G2 Rumor

There’s a pretty big news item getting passed around today regarding an alleged G2 handset coming from T-Mobile in January.  Depending on who you ask, you’ll get arguments for or against the case.  I’d like to shed light on both sides and let you form your own opinions. ...

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T-Mobile 86′s the $18 Upgrade Fee

So long upgrade fee, we hardly knew ya.  In an effort to help retain customers, T-Mobile is dropping the $18 upgrade fee that they tacked onto people every time they wanted a new handset.  If you ask us, this couldn’t come soon enough.  In fact, they should have done this around Black ...

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T-Mobile Speaks on Data Roaming Charges – “Don’t Blame Us”

Remember the story from last week where poor James got socked with over $100 in data roaming charges?  Long story short, he thought he had all of his data features disabled on his G1 for a trip he was taking to the UK.  The next bill he got from T-Mobile showed small charges coming every... ...

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Google Offering Truly Unlocked G1′s to Developers

Attention aspiring Android developers based in countries like the United States, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, and around ten others.  You can now get a completely unlocked G1 handset from Google.  This means that neither the SIM card nor the hardware is locked down with ...

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Constant Pinging Racks up $102.85 in Roaming Charges for G1 User

Here’s an interesting story that arrived in our inbox today. One of our readers, James, decided to take a trip to the UK for almost two weeks and took his G1 with him. He knew about roaming charges and what to do to prevent them, but it seemed that wasn’t enough. Rather than having ...

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G1 for $125? You Wish

You almost had to be ready for this one in advance if you wanted to take advantage of it.  American Express’ “My Wishlist” site was offering a T-Mobile G1 for $125 earlier today.  Was.  It seems the very limited supply of 200 has already reached its end.  Not to worry ...

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LG Headed to T-Mobile?

Might fellow Open Handset Alliance members LG and T-Mobile be getting cozy?  According to Cell Phone Signal, the LG 225T was shown as an option to choose from when selecting handsets. Today, after paying my phone bill today i noticed something unusual on T-Mobile’s phone selection. I ...

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Who is to Blame for Internet Troubles on G1?

After the recent update to RC30 earlier this month, many people have noticed problems accessing the internet.  I personally have had a run of issues trying to pull up anything web-based.  Thankfully, I spend enough time around WiFi that I haven’t pulled my hair out…yet. Have you ...

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