Tag Archive: TMobile


HTC’s thinnest phone, the Ville, rumored to land at T-Mobile

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If you were feeling let down by T-Mobile’s weak showing at CES this year, it’s time to turn that frown upside down. According to Evan Blass of PocketNow, T-Mobile will begin carrying HTC’s thinnest phone ever created, the HTC Ville, this spring.

Expected to be unveiled at Mobile World Congress, rumored specs on the HTC Ville have been around since early November, 2011. Along with Android 4.0 and Sense UI 4,  [Read More…]

T-Mobile beats up iPhone yet again in Bonus Round [Sponsored Post]

When we last checked in, T-Mobile had just finished using the HTC Amaze 4G to administer a beating on the iPhone 4S.  Using an 8-bit/Scott Pilgrim  approach, T-Mobile’s video shows the various ways in which their Android-powered HTC handset bests the Apple iPhone.  Well, it ain’t over yet.  Check out the clip below which shows what happens a girl enters the fray.

The “Bonus Round” video pits the  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Galaxy S II does battle with the iPhone 4S

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Bigger screen. Faster dual-core processor. And, of course, the speed of T-Mobile’s 4G network. Those are but a few of the weapons available to the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II on T-Mobile’s 4G network. That means faster, well, everything. And with T-Mobile’s two lines for $ 49.99 each, faster doesn’t break the bank, either. Take that, iPhone 4S.

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AT&T will NOT acquire T-Mobile, issues statement blaming government interference

AT&T will NOT acquire T-Mobile, issues statement blaming government interference

The acquisition that wasn’t is now official – AT&T will not complete its planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA. Following continued opposition from the U.S. Department of Justice and FCC, AT&T has abandoned its purrsuit of T-Mobile  [Read More…]

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II getting fixes for caller ID, battery life, Wifi calling

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T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II is getting an update today to Android 2.3.5, software version T989VUVKL1. You’re getting a trio of “enhancements” (read: bugfixes) with this update, including caller ID, battery and Wifi calling. T-Mobile notes that the update’s not mandatory, but we can’t think of why you wouldn’t want a better phone.

You can get the update over the air, or use the Kies Mini desktop  [Read More…]

T-Mobile pits their Amaze 4G against the iPhone 4S

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T-Mobile will likely never carry the iPhone, so they have returned to making fun of Apple’s best selling smartphone. Today T-Mobile uploaded a new video called The Battle of the Smartphones, which pits the camera of their HTC Amaze 4G against the iPhone 4S. In the video T-Mobile tells us that the iPhone 4S camera can’t hold up to “killer camera features” on the Amaze 4G like BurstShot, SmartShot panorama and  [Read More…]

HTC Sensation 4G bug fix update now available from T-Mobile

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We always enjoy software updates on our phones, especially when carriers and OEMs push out update which fixes issues that were introduced in previous updates. T-Mobile and HTC have a new update available for the HTC Sensation 4G which improves the screen’s responsiveness, handset stability, introduces a new dictionary update for HTC Trace, but also fixed the icon pixilation and screenshot issues which somehow made it through the different testing phases  [Read More…]

AT&T: Be prepared for higher prices if we do not acquire T-Mobile

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AT&T‘s proposed $ 39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile has been one of the hottest topics in the tech industry this year. AT&T claims to need T-Mobile’s spectrum to build out their LTE network, and T-Mobile is going bankrupt – best option would be a merge, right? We wouldn’t be ranting and worrying if things were that simple, though. Such acquisition would bring many consequences, with some being potentially harmful to the cellphone  [Read More…]

YouMail returns to the Android Market, shares blame with T-Mobile for its removal

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With a case of bad communication now cleared up, YouMail has made its way back to the Android Market. As it turns out, T-Mobile was to blame for the pulling but it was all pretty much a misunderstanding and if nothing else — a hard lesson for YouMail.  As noted on the YouMail blog, here is what happened:

First, a  subset of the YouMail Android applications have a real problem.   It looks like  [Read More…]

T-Mobile G2X Gingerbread update available again – maybe the third time’s the charm

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T-Mobile and LG have announced that the Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile G2X is once again rolling out, after a couple of failed attempts.  At first you had to use the LG desktop software to install it, then we saw a limited OTA which was halted, and now we see another OTA.  Hopefully, all the issues are ironed out and all of us who bought one of these can enjoy a more current  [Read More…]