Nexus One CDMA version passed FCC

By: t-marco February 26th, 2010

The Nexus One is introduced by Google as the next step in Android evolution and the hardware found on is really impressive to say the least. As it was rumored, it packs a giant 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 480×800 pixels. The handset is also featuring the Snapdragon chipset with a processor, clocked at 1GHz. It runs on the Android 2.1 operating system.

Just today, FCC passed the new Nexus One possible hitting to Verizon Wireless and/or Sprint. HTC PB99300 is the ID model for the Nexus One CDMA version.


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T-Mobile added 371,000 new subscribers, but mostly prepaid

By: t-marco February 25th, 2010

The U.S. carrier, the smallest of the big four nationwide carriers, said it added a total of 371,000 new subscribers in the fourth quarter. This is an improvement over customer losses from the third quarter. But it’s still lower than customer gains the company saw in the fourth quarter of 2008.

Still, T-Mobile says that 79 percent of its customers are on a contract, down slightly from 82 percent of its base in the fourth quarter of 2008.1. During the fourth quarter, contract customers spent on average about $51 per month. On average, prepaid customers spent about $18 a month.

If the company continues loosing or not getting more new postpaid customers, probably the rumors about T-Mobile will be looking for partners will be true. But so far no action has been taken.

T-Mobile HSPA+ vs Sprint Wimax .. by PCWorld

By: t-marco February 23rd, 2010

T-Mobile just recently announced its new WebConnect Rocket USB Modem capable to reach speeds up to 21Mbps while Sprint already offers WiMax service for quite a while. PCWorld has compared both services in mayor cities like Las Vegas and Philadelphia.

About the WebConnect Rocket : T-Mobile’s first HSPA+ modem is even faster than the WiMAX devices we tested. But T-Mobile needs to provide a clear picture of their service plans and network buildout before we jump on board.

About Sprint Modem : If you’re connecting with Sprint, there’s no reason to get a 3G-only modem any more. Step up to a 3G/WiMAX combo with the U301—just don’t expect too much of WiMAX.

Check the full comparison here.

T-Mobile May Join The Netbook Market

By: t-marco February 23rd, 2010

As we told you before, T-Mobile, working together with Dell, could be sidling into the netbook market. Back in December, we told you about a new mobile broadband made by Huawei for Dell compatible with T-Mobile 3G bands.

T-Mobile could start selling the Dell Mini 10 notebook as the first computer compatible with AWS bands.  Dont forget that T-mobile also is preparing to launch its new service HSPA+ up to 21Mbps next month.

Stay tuned for more information.

Software Update for the Motorola CLIQ™ 1.3.18

By: t-marco February 23rd, 2010

Motorola has jut released a new update for the Motorola Cliq.. nope, don’t expect an Android 2.1 but it has a lot of improvements like battery life,GPS performance and more. If you have the Motorola Cliq and you get the update, let us know how the new OS works for you!


After downloading and installing the 1.3.18 software release, you will notice:

Improved Battery Life Enhanced battery performance.
Improved Touch Screen Sensitivity Improves the touch screen sensitivity and response of your device.
Better Audio Routing Repairs audio routing to prevent spontaneous speakerphone activations during calls and the random occurrence of music playback through the earpiece instead of appropriate external speakers.
Improved Caller Notification Improves user interface performance, consistently notifying you when a new call is coming in, reducing missed call notifications.
Faster GPS Performance Provides faster GPS performance for applications like Google Maps, Geotagging of photos and other GPS functions (SUPL).
Support For Additional Windows Media Formats Compatible with more media formats including .WMA and .WAV Windows media files.
Bluetooth Improvements Allows a Bluetooth car kit to sync to your device so your car kit can display the names of incoming callers, download phone book contacts so calls can be made from the car kit display and allows you to view the call history list from the car kit display.

Listen to visual voicemail over Bluetooth.

SIM Card Management Import, export or delete contacts individually or in groups.
Additional Stability Additional device stability reduces occurrence of unresponsiveness and/or programs quitting unexpectedly.
The Latest Versions of Google Applications Updated GMS application provides access to the latest versions of Google apps like Maps, Talk, YouTube, Market and more.
Updated Quickoffice Read, edit or create Microsoft® Office documents with the latest, preloaded version of Quickoffice.

Google Earth hitting Android devices, only 2.1 OS

By: t-marco February 23rd, 2010

Google Nexus One can have some 3G issues but it runs the latest Android OS 2.1. Google has just announced the availability of its new Google Earth compatible only with Android 2.1 phones, like the Nexus One. With a 1GHz processor, advanced 3D graphics, and Android 2.1, Nexus One packs a lot of performance in a thin package. Ever since we got our hands on one, we have been putting it through its paces, drawing complex scenes of 3D imagery, terrain, roads, and other layers, and Nexus One never misses a beat.

In addition to Nexus One, Google Earth will be available in Android Market on most devices that have Android 2.1 or later versions. So as devices such as Droid get updated to Android 2.1, others will also be able to fly to the far reaches of the globe with a swipe of their finger.

Download Google Earth for Nexus One today by searching for Google Earth in the Android Market.

Palm Pixi hititng to T-Mobile.. in the near future?

By: t-marco February 19th, 2010

According with BGR, Plam is preparing a new OS customized for T-Mobile USA. The phone that may T-Mobile will launch could the Pixi. This will be the second Palm phone for T-Mobile. As you remember, T-Mo stopped selling Palm phone few years ago.  Well, this is just rumors.. we have to wait to get more information about it.

T-Mobile will launch 21Mbps with WebConnect Rocket and HTC HD2

By: t-marco February 16th, 2010

T-Mobile is planing to launch a new service HSPA+ up to 21Mbps next month. To do that, T-Mobile will need a few phones or usb modems capable to get that speed. One will be the new HTC HD2 coming next month too.  The HTC HD2 will be pre-loaded with the Transformers movie 1 and 2, a Blockbuster applications, capable to download movies. Barnes & Noble do download books, magazines and newspapers and MobiTV applications to watch live TV.

T-Mobile also is planing to launch another USB modem. Few days ago we told you about the new WebConnect Glide, now, its time for the Rocket, capable to get speeds up to 21Mbps. It’ll be hitting in March, though exact dates and prices for either have yet to be revealed.

Check out the T-Mobile HD2 website is already up Here