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)
For reasons unknown, T-Mobile feels compelled to remind us of something we already knew.
T-Mobile today announced that they will be soon offering the LG Optimus L9 smartphone as part of their Android lineup. Details for the device include Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich,
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
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
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
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
If approved, the deal would see a larger 4th place carrier in the United States.
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
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
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
T-Mobile has named John Legere as the new Chief Executive Officer for T-Mobile USA, announcing that he takes over effective September 22. With 32 years experience in the telecommunications and
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
T-Mobile today announced its latest Magenta Days promotion which takes place from September 21-30. Like the four other promotional periods that came before, this one sees plenty of Android savings.
New firmware details leaking over the weekend seemingly confirm that T-Mobile may be readying a version of the Galaxy Note II. Already tied to rumors of the SGH-T889 model number,