Owners of T-Mobile’s Nexus S are waking up to a pleasant surprise this morning: T-Mobile has finally started to allow use of Google Talk’s video chat service over their 3G and HSPA+ networks.
When the service was originally launched for Android 2.3.4+ devices (read: Nexus S) back in May, owners of the Nexus S rejoiced at the thought ... Read More »
The AT&T / T-Mobile merger dilemma has been going all over the internet since March. While some people don’t care and others like the idea, it seems most Android fans hate the thought of this merger taking place. T-Mobile brought the first Android device to the market (T-Mobile G1), as well as the ... Read More »
I specifically remember beaming with a sensation not unlike pride the day Google Talk Video Chat was released on Android 2.3.4 devices. Here we had a video chat solution that worked not only from phone-to-phone, but also from phone-to-just about anything on the planet with an internet connection, a webcam and a modern browser. As ... Read More »
It’s time for T-Mobile and LG to come clean on why the G2x is still “temporarily” out of stock on T-Mobile’s website.
We first heard from readers on May 20th that the G2x was pulled from T-Mobile.com, though existing customers were still able to upgrade to the device. We ran our ... Read More »
Over the past ten days, we’ve had the privilege of using the HTC Sensation 4G. Now that the phone is officially available at T-Mobile stores across the nation, we’re sharing our thoughts on the phone to give you a closer look at the handset’s hardware and software.
Something I’ve always loved about closely following the Android world is that I get to play detective from time to time. Today’s suspect is the odd LG phone you see above, brought to us via Pocket-Lint. As you can see, the phone has a display right in the middle of the keyboard. It looks ... Read More »
While the infamous possible acquisition is still in process, T-Mobile continues to expand “America’s largest 4G network.” Today’s T-Mobile announcement revolves around the addition of 47 cities to their enhanced 42 Mbps HSPA+ network. These new cities, along with the 55 that were added last month, make a total of 102 ... Read More »
Locked bootloaders are a hot topic nowadays. Most Android fans prefer to play around freely with their devices. And Motorola hasn’t been so good about letting us do that, since they insist on locking them.
If you’re like us, I bet you thought the Droid X and Defy were about to become old, obsolete devices. ... Read More »
Whoa there, AT&T! Are we moving too fast? – We all know about the AT&T/T-Mobile possible merger, and most people have been openly showing their stand on this situation all over the internet. Even Sprint has turned in an official statement to the FCC, further clarifying that this this acquisition will ... Read More »
UPDATE: We’re now receiving word that it may be another 1-2 weeks before we see Gingerbread on the G2x. No word on whether this was a delay or whether our original rumor was incorrect. We’ll keep you updated.
Great news for all of you (us) G2x owners out there! A few of our trusted tipsters ... Read More »