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Samsung T919 for T-Mobile launching soon

October 9th, 2008

Back in August, we told you about this pretty Samsung making its way to T-Mobile. Well, now there are release dates and pics galore! Apparently called the “Behold” rather than the “Tocco” (both ridiculous names, really), this 5 megapixel camera phone will be hitting T-Mobile on November 10. Word on the street is that the …

Motorola VC6096: Fugly meets function

October 9th, 2008

If you were looking for a rugged, ugly alternative to Nokia’s internet tablets or the flood of netbooks hitting the market, Motorola has just the device for you. The VC6096 has integrated 3G and 802.11a/b/g WiFi capabilities so you can keep up with BGR while you’re at your local Starbucks or out doing something, erm, …

Motorola Q11 now official and coming in December

October 9th, 2008

If you have been looking for an alternative to Blackberry or Nokia smartphones, the Motorola Q11 might be a good option. Some live shots floated around the Internet for a little while, but it’s now official and just cruising under the radar. Where it will be released and how much has yet to be determined, …

Lenovo will embed WiMax into Notebooks

October 8th, 2008

With WiMax popping its head into the airwaves, Lenovo has decided to start adding WiMax to its notebooks for high-speed ‘net access. This is pretty snazzy news for those of us using air-cards from carriers wishing for just a little boost in data-transfer speeds. Available immediately are the ultraportable ThinkPad X301 notebook, the ThinkPad T400 …

YouTube to sell games and music in an effort to boost revenue

October 8th, 2008

As if Google-owned YouTube wasn’t making enough money in ad revenue, they’ve decided to start peddling music and games for a little monetary boost. For now, it’s an experimental project and they’ll be attempting to sell music, videos, TV shows… wait, iTunes, anyone? Actually, it seems YouTube will be partner with iTunes and Amazon so …

HTC hits $1.2 billion in sales

October 7th, 2008

HTC’s third quarter earnings are up 30% thanks to the crazy popularity of their Touch series devices. The only speedbump they hit is the 4.9% drop in profit due to shipment delays, but it doesn’t look like it’s hitting them too hard. The Touch-Diamond and Touch Pro has been receiving some pretty decent fanfare and …

T-Mobile announces the Cameo

October 7th, 2008

T-Mobile is launching a new device and service that could be hit or miss (we’re going with miss). It’s not a phone or phone accessory of any kind, but it’s a digital picture frame that will have a SIM card and phone number. Kinda stupid, right? The reason it’s not the brightest idea is because …

T-Mobile triples the amount of G1 handsets it originally anticipated selling

October 4th, 2008

If anyone had doubts about how well the T-Mobile G1 would sell, a T-Mobile spokesperson stated yesterday that it has tripled its pre-order stock to keep up with the demand. Hence getting pre-orders back in business for the demanding consumers. T-Mobile is planning on selling half a million G1/Android devices by year’s end and it …

Fring for your iPhone allows VoIP!

October 4th, 2008

Open up your iTunes and get this app now! Fring is a pre-release app free on iTunes which allows you to contact your friends on AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Twitter, Skype, and more. VoIP is available over WiFi and the availability of your friends are displayed in real time. The only thing is, and this is …

T-Mobile G1 Presale Delivery Update

October 3rd, 2008

Just a few days ago, the T-Mobile G1 went completely out of stock shortly after announcing its availability for pre-order. We’ve just received information that the device is now back on pre-order status: The T-Mobile G1 with Google pre-sale offer continues to be a success. T-Mobile has sold through the number of pre-sale phone available …