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UPDATE: YouMail's App now back in the Android Market

UPDATE: YouMail’s App now back in the Android Market

YouMail has been yanked from the Android Market! According to a blog post written by CEO Alex Quilici, what it basically came down to was that T-mobile issued a complaint citing that the app was causing a network disruption. YouMail believes the removal is unfair for many reasons, adding the fact that they have not once been contacted by T-Mobile to say there was a problem to begin with. You can read more about this issue at YouMail’s blog site YouMail’s Blog.
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T-Mobile and Cozi partner on new MobileLife Family Organizer

T-Mobile and Cozi partner on new MobileLife Family Organizer

Cozi and T-Mobile today announced the new MobileLife Family Organizer, an application and online service that makes managing busy family schedules simple with a shared calendar, shopping lists, to-do lists, family journal and more. The app, available for Android, iOS and Blackberry, also includes the family message board, a feature exclusive to T-Mobile customers that allows families to leave messages for each other via email and text message. The press release appears below:
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AT&T Signs Deal with Deutsche Telekom to Acquire T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion

AT&T Signs Deal with Deutsche Telekom to Acquire T-Mobile USA for $39 Billion

While everyone was out enjoying their weekend, AT&T was hard at work positioning itself to become the biggest US carrier by its acquisition of T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom. The deal, worth $39 billion, will place AT&T ahead of the pack with 140 million subcribers, followed by Verizon at 90+ million. The official press release appears below:
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2011: The Year of the 4G Smartphones

2011: The Year of the 4G Smartphones

The year of the 4G? It certainly appeared that way at CES last week, as carriers and manufacturers alike showcased the best of what they have to offer in the 4G smartphone market this year. Here’s a short recap:
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Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS Video Creates a Splash

Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS Video Creates a Splash

According to Engadget, despite Google pulling its 3.0 Honeycomb OS video, T-Mobile posted the same video as it announced the T-Mobile G-Slate made by LG. The video showcasing a slate user interface and some Honeycomb features that really stand out and was officially presented by Google through its Jan.6 CES Keynote. The video is now available for all to see and witness:
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Google Nexus S Coming December 16 on T-Mobile

Google Nexus S Coming December 16 on T-Mobile

If you are an Android fan and have been waiting for Google’s next smartphone, well today is your lucky day. The global giant (and Samsung) have announced the Nexus S will be available to purchase beginning December 16th on the wonderful T-Mobile network. The Nexus S is powered by a 1 GHz Samsung processor allowing for HD video content and rich 3D graphics. Users in the UK will be able to pick up the phone after December 20th.
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How to Tether your iPhone or iPad

How to Tether your iPhone or iPad

In order to legally tether on an iDevice, you need to go through a cellular carrier like AT&T. The downside is that AT&T requires you to pay an additional fee of $20 per month on top of their data packages in order to use the service (the company also caps you at specific data amounts). To find out more information click here. However if you have a jailbroken iDevice, then you can tether without a carrier (albeit, illegally). The following is a guide of how to tether your iPhone or iPad.
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How to Use FaceTime over 3G on an iPhone 4

How to Use FaceTime over 3G on an iPhone 4

If you don’t want to be tethered to WiFi for your FaceTime calls, the following is a guide for how to use FaceTime over a 3G connection on an iPhone 4 in just 2 simple steps.
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T-Mobile Blasts Apple iPhone and AT&T in New "PiggyBack" TV Commercial

T-Mobile Blasts Apple iPhone and AT&T in New “PiggyBack” TV Commercial

T-Mobile launched a new, funny “Mac VS PC-inspired” television campaign on Tuesday which throws punches at AT&T’s infamously slow 3G network and the Apple iPhone’s requirement of Wi-Fi when using FaceTime (ultimately AT&T’s fault).
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No More T-Mobile G1

No More T-Mobile G1

Only two short years after its anticipated launch on T-Mobile, the G1 — the world’s first Android-based smartphone — is no longer for sale.
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Google Drops Support For Nexus One 3G, FAIL

Google Drops Support For Nexus One 3G, FAIL

Google’s smartphone, the Nexus One, was a monumental step for the company after being released earlier this year. Tied to T-Mobile as the cellular provider, Google has now dropped support for 3G issues on the device stating they are “no longer investigating” the fix and are blaming the problem entirely on T-Mobile. This has got to piss off many owners who purchased the Android powered phone and ate the T-Mobile contract in order to get it. Are you affected?
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Motorola Cliq XT Available Now for $129, Not $99 as Previously Reported

Motorola Cliq XT Available Now for $129, Not $99 as Previously Reported

Contrary to an earlier report given by TMoToday, the Motoblur running, Android-powered, full touchscreen, Motorola Cliq XT launched on St. Patrick’s Day at T-Mobile was priced at $129, not $99. We’re pretty sure there were people that were letdown by the $30 increase, but I’m pretty sure that wasn’t going to stop them from making that purchase.
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Android Powered Motorola Cliq XT Coming to T-Mobile March 17th

Android Powered Motorola Cliq XT Coming to T-Mobile March 17th

T-Mobile will be launching the Motorola Cliq XT on March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day. You should be able to go any T-Mobile retail store to find the Motoblur running, Android powered full touchscreen Motorola Cliq XT. It’ll cost $99 with new 2-year contract (or $199 with 1-year contract) which is a great bargain for a brand new smartphone.
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T-Mobile Launching Free BlackBerry Trackball Replacement Program

T-Mobile Launching Free BlackBerry Trackball Replacement Program

Starting on February 15, T-Mobile USA will be launching their free BlackBerry trackball replacement program for owners of the BlackBerry Pearl 8100/8120 and BlackBerry Curve 8320. If anyone is having issues, they can go to the closest T-Mobile retail store and get their free replacement. This only covers those devices that have the T-Mobile brand.
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Google, Fix for Nexus One's 3G Issues on T-Mobile Coming Soon

Google, Fix for Nexus One’s 3G Issues on T-Mobile Coming Soon

For those experiencing 3G issues on their newly acquired Nexus One device, be rest assured, Google said a software fix should be underway soon. Here is the latest from Google:
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For Guitar Fans; Meet T-Mobile's myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition

For Guitar Fans; Meet T-Mobile’s myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition

T-Mobile’s Fender Stratocaster inspired Android phone, the myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition, will be formally launched on January 20th. According to a T-Mobile document, this limited edition phone features a Fender Stratocaster inspired design for finish and case, 16GB micro SD card, 3.5mm headphone jack, two-way syncing for music, movies and photos with double Twist, exclusive media content and complimentary Fender accessories.
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Nexus One Experiences Coverage Issues, T-Mobile and Google Investigates

Nexus One Experiences Coverage Issues, T-Mobile and Google Investigates

It appears that Google’s Nexus One is having some difficulty staying connected to T-Mobile’s 3G band. A number of new Nexus One owners are flooding Google’s support forums complaining that their new device bounces back and forth from Edge to 3G on a consistant basis where their old 3G device did not show the same behavior.
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Google Phone Nexus One Site Now Live

Google Phone Nexus One Site Now Live

You can now head on over to http://www.google.com/phone/ right now to see 3D demos of the Nexus One, order one of your very own, complete with engraving for $529.00 + tax, and bask in the glow of a Google website that shows they’re now completely and totally serious about the mobile phone space. For non-US citizens, however, it looks like you’re going to have to wait.
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Google, Android Event Scheduled for January 5

Google, Android Event Scheduled for January 5

It appears that Google CEO Eric Schmidt took some pages from the Apple playbook when he left the company’s board earlier this year. On Tuesday, they sent out invitations to members of the press for an event at Google’s Mountain View, CA campus on January 5th.
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Leaked: Nexus One $530 Unlocked, $180 with T-Mobile

Leaked: Nexus One $530 Unlocked, $180 with T-Mobile

A tipster just gave Gizmodo a heads up by sending in these Nexus One screenshots that supposedly confirms two things: that Google will sell it unlocked and unsubsidized for $530, and that Google will sell it by themselves. Plus, some other very interesting details.
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