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T-Mobile Face Slaps iPhone 4 on Verizon in New HSPA+ 4G Ad [Video]

In this brand new ad made to make it look like iPhone 4 is a newb with two suited jerks who are terrible at running, T-Mobile uses a fancy lady to punch the non-Android competition directly in the nose. Take a peek as T-Mobile notes how totally slow 3G is and how amazingly blazingly fast their HSPA+ 4G network is in comparison. Actual speeds aside, this is a pretty good foot stomp.

Bell Mobility Motorola ATRIX 4G incoming

Canadian carrier Bell Mobility has announced that it too will be offering the Motorola ATRIX 4G, with the Tegra 2 powered Android 2.2 superphone headed to the network in the coming months. As with AT&T, Bell will offer not only the ATRIX 4G but the pair of accessory docks: the HD Multimedia Dock and the Webtop laptop dock. Pricing for the Bell ATRIX 4G is yet to be announced. [via SlashGear]

AT&T HTC Inspire 4G leaks ahead of HSPA+ launch

A leaked advert has not only added to the Verizon HTC Thunderbolt 4G LTE smartphone evidence, but previewed a new AT&T handset that's also being described as 4G-capable. The AT&T HTC Inspire 4G was spotted in an advert by Android Central in Rolling Stone magazine, though right now there are no specs attached. However, the handset looks very similar to HTC's Desire HD, though we're guessing that - as T-Mobile USA does - AT&T is referring to HSPA+ as "4G" in this context.

T-Mobile to detail 42Mbps HSPA, announce compatible phones at CES

The main talk of the wireless industry is definitely 4G. With all companies trying to either get a head start or now catch up to the upcoming 4G wars next year, CES will be a huge showcase for 4G across all networks. T-Mobile is fully ready for the upcoming battle and they plan on releasing quite the array of Android powered 4G handsets and tablets.

4G Tablet Planned by T-Mobile for 2011

In a statement released by T-Mobile today, they confirm they've got plans to release a 4G Tablet some time within 2011. They also mention that they're working close with OEM partners to deliver 4G products by integrating HSPA+ into their roadmaps for 2011 "as the dominant global standard." Exciting super speeds at super sizes!

T-Mobile 4G Now Available in 8 More cities

T-Mobile is taking it's 4G expansion very seriously. Being one of the first carriers to launch an HSPA+ Network in the US and already having 2 devices that support the network, they are considered to be in the lead of the 4G race. Today they have launched the network in 8 more markets.

SlashGear Reviews myTouch 4G

Looks like our man in the field Vincent has his hands on the fabulous new T-Mobile myTouch 4G - a full touchscreen 1GHz CPU machine with twin cameras for video calls and photography and 5oz of nicely curved 3.8-inch TFT-LCD monitor-having goodness. A very crisp and hand-friendly device complete with T-Mobile's "Genius" key, optical trackpad, quality plastics and metal all around, 1GHz Snapdragon MSM8255 processor (the same that HTC used in the Desire HD,) and a chunky 768MB of RAM.

T-Mobile has their numbers wrong, says AT&T

Let the 4G wars begin. AT&T is making a bold yet predictable move in bashing T-Mobiles recently renamed '4G' network. They go as far as saying they even currently cover more people than T-Mobile does currently, or will by year's end.

T-Mobile myTouch 4G on sale now

The T-Mobile myTouch 4G has gone up for sale on the company's site, with four color versions of the HSPA+ capable smartphone available.  Priced at $199.99 after an online discount and a $50 mail-in rebate - also assuming you're willing to sign up to a two-year agreement - the myTouch 4G is also available contract-free for $449.99. The black, plum, red or white handset has a 3.8-inch capacitive touchscreen, WiFi b/g/n and runs T-Mobile's custom version of HTC Sense.
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