On Thursday T-Mobile said it would use Yahoo’s OneSearch as the default search tool on its phones.
Do you have a camera-enabled phone, but don’t know what to do with all of those captured images? Would you like to share those images with family and friends? Well, T-Mobile and Parrot have come together to launch the T-Mobile cameo, a MMS photo frame, that allows anyone to send photos from their cellphone to the picture frame.
Whenever the G1 vs iPhone debate gets underway, iPhone purists are quick to flag the G1’s lack of multi-touch input support. Turns out, it might just be able to handle it after all -on the hardware end, at least. Whilst tearing his G1’s workings apart line-by-line, a crafty coder going by RyeBrye came across an interesting artifact.
FMC company Calypso Wireless has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against T-Mobile USA, charging that the operator violates its patent pertaining to how T-Mobile switches callers between GSM and WiFi connections.
PhoneFusion announced today an upcoming Fusion Voicemail Plus app that will bring visual voicemail to the T-Mobile G1 handset. The app will let G1 users centralize their voicemail boxes in one place, and allow them to visualize voicemail messages right on their screen.
The Behold is already out and many of us, still are thinking about getting this phone or not. Maybe get the G1, iPhone or just wait for the new Samsung T929 Leica. Everything you want and have to know about the behold is here. Good comparison and why you should and shouldn’t buy the Behold.
T-Mobile launched the Behold yesterday and after one day of having fun, playing and messing around, KidEgo, a user for our forums, made this interesting review.
The Samsung Behold, in my most humble opinion, is one of the best looking phone T-Mobile has come out with in a long time.