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  • Android Community Week In Review – Week 5 2009

    This week saw a few big stories for the Android platform, the most anticipated being T-Mobile’s official announcement of offering more Android-based handsets in 2009. A specific number was not given, but HSPA capabilities

    February 2, 2009 • Views: 207

  • SlingPlayer Mobile’s Next Stop: Android?

    A few sources, including one of our very own, have come across an un-official confirmation that Sling Media’s mobile player will make its way to Android handsets. SlingPlayer is software that allows streaming of user

    February 1, 2009 • Views: 323

  • G1 Not Carrier Switch-Worthy?

    According to Q4 earnings reports, T-Mobile has reported just 621,000 new customers for the final 3 months of 2008, a 35 percent drop in new subscribers from the same period in 2007. That brings T-Mobile’s total subscriber

    January 31, 2009 • Views: 211

  • Android Market App Destroying Phone Data

    According to the application reviews from the Android Market, the app “MemoryUp Personal” is destroying personal data when installed onto an Android handset. There are reports of e-mail accounts being spammed, adware

    January 25, 2009 • Views: 354

  • All T-Mobile Retail Outlets to Get G1

    Are you a resident of T-Mobile’s still-fairly-limited 3G coverage area? If so, you’ve been the only ones getting your hands on the G1 from an actual store…up until now. Word has it that tomorrow, January 24th,

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 471

  • Last.fm For Android Launches

    Last.fm has announced the availability of their internet radio streaming app on the Android platform.  It is available in the Android Market now for download, or by clicking here. Similar to Pandora radio, Last.fm learns your

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 348

  • Porting Android to Palm Pre

    We are still presumably months away from the launch of what’s hyped to be 2009’s hottest handset, the Palm Pre.  The timeframe hasn’t stopped a few, however, from beginning the port of Google’s open mobile OS, Android,

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 429

  • Limited time MyFaves promo

    According to some tidbits at the TmoNews Forums and HowardForums, T-Mobile subscribers have been able to add the MyFaves feature on to their accounts for free.  MyFaves is T-Mobile’s distinguishing service that allows

    January 19, 2009 • Views: 145