CES: T-Mobile Announces Galaxy S Blaze 4G And Network Expansions

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Although a bit late, T-Mobile has finally come out of its deep slumber and has announced their latest smartphone at CES 2012. But we are not sure whether T-Mobile will be able to do better on the market with their new handset, which looks like a Galaxy S 4G variant, than all the competing carriers who have announced several different handsets for their networks.

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Samsung Galaxy M Style Super AMOLED Android Smartphone

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A big, beautiful Super AMOLED display is one of the features that makes the Samsung Galaxy Nexus very attractive. The only problem is the device’s price tag. But now we can have the next best thing. Samsung’s newly announced Galaxy M Style will allow you to enjoy some Super AMOLED glory for a midrange price.

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GSM Phones Vulnerable To Hijacking, GSMA Unconcerned

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According to a Berlin-based research agency, flaws in the widely used GSM wireless technology could allow hackers to gain remote control of phones and instruct them to send text messages or make calls. The Reuters source of this information is Karsten Nohl, head of Berlin-based Security Research Labs.

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YouMail App Removed From Android Market By T-Mobile Request

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We know that many of you are fans of the visual voicemail app YouMail, which has been downloaded millions of times so far. But it appears like some are not at all happy about the success of the app. The popular app has been yanked from the Android Market by Google just because, it seems, T-Mobile asked that it be removed.

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T-Mobile getting Mango-flavored HTC Radar 4G and Gingerbread-laden HTC Amaze 4G

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Looks like it could be a very flavorful time ahead for fans of Old Magenta, because T-Mobile is adding a couple of new 4G smartphones to its lineup and both of them come with culinarily-inspired operating systems.

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Samsung Galaxy-Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi to be on T-Mobile USA

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Samsung seems to never run out of new ideas when it comes to gadgets, and this is the same reason why T-Mobile is acquiring a new version of Samsung Galaxy Tab that is not similar to the 7.7 version, which was pulled out immediately from the booth of Samsung Mobile at IFA in the early part of September.

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The new ‘unlimited’ data plans from T-Mobile

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The new T-Mobile “Value” plans will be made available on July 24 and the idea is that you can get access to T-Mobile’s 4G network (let’s not open the whole “what is 4G?” can of worms again) in a “more affordable” way. They say that these plans offer “unlimited data” but then they immediately say that they come with “2GB, 5GB, or 10GB of high-speed data — with no data overage charges.”

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Serious: ‘Unlimited’ Plans at T-Mobile Limit you to 2GB

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It’s like going to an all you can eat buffet, only to discover that you’re limited to one hour of eating before they make you go through a complicated maze to get another piece of fried chicken. You can keep eating, sure, but each successive trip to the buffet line takes longer and longer.

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Sprint To Compete Against Isis: NFC In 2011, Google Bank?

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NFC capable devices are ramping up and soon you will be able to wave your mobile at a teller to complete a purchase of goods. Sprint, the third largest wireless carrier in the US, has told Bloomberg they plan to beat AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon to the NFC game by launching as early as this year.

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