Those who are interested in the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G won't have long to wait: T-Mobile announced this morning that the first Android-based model in this long-running series of consumer-oriented smartphones will be available in three weeks.
T-Mobile has announced at CTIA that it is doubling the download speeds of its wireless 4G network in three select metro areas. Las Vegas, New York and Orlando will be the first cities to showcase the upgraded network, with plans for much wider expansion to follow shortly after.
Sidekick fans can start saving their money accordingly now, because T-Mobile has officially priced its 4G edition of the beloved device.
AT&T has just announced plans to offer the LG Thrill 4G, a re-branded version of the LG Optimus 3D, a cutting-edge Android OS smartphone that has a large 3D display and a speedy dual-core processor.
T-Mobile and Samsung decided to stop dropping hints and officially announce the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G, and upcoming consumer-oriented smartphone with Google Android OS, a flip-up screen, and a QWERTY keyboard.
T-Mobile has just announced that it is shutting down the servers that its Sidekick line of smartphones need to run. This is part of this carrier's plan to switch the Sidekick line from the Danger OS to the Android OS.
By reallocating portions of the broadband spectrum assigned to local television stations, President Obama hopes that 4G coverage can be provided across 98% of America. This was one of the goals presented during the State of the Union Address.
Today is the launch date for AT&T's Motorola Atrix 4G, a cutting-edge Android OS smartphone that can be turned into a light-duty laptop or desktop computer with a pair of innovative -- if expensive -- accessories.
T-Mobile's next Android OS smartphone is going to debut on Wednesday, but those who are interested in the Samsung Galaxy S 4G should hurry up and put in a pre-order because the official price for this high-end model is $50 more than it's selling for right now.
AT&T has just launched the HTC Inspire 4G, this carrier's first smartphone with a 4.3-inch display. The Android OS device also sports mobile hotspot software, Flash Player 10.1, and a surprisingly low price.
The HTC Inspire 4G isn't set to launch until later this month, but those who are eager to get AT&T's first Android OS smartphone with a 4.3-inch display can now put in a pre-order.
AT&T has just revealed what the Motorola Atrix 4G is going to cost when it debuts early next month. Those who are eager to get their hands on this cutting-edge smartphone will be able to put in a pre-order soon. UPDATED
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