Comments: 0Wednesday, June 24th 2009 - 09:39 CEST
T-Mobile USA, announced the upcoming availability of the T-Mobile myTouch 3G, the highly anticipated follow-up to the T-Mobile G1, the world’s first Android powered cell phone. The T-Mobile myTouch 3G handset boasts a sleek look and contoured feel, plus an array of new features that builds on its popular predecessor. A touch-screen display with virtual keyboard is built into a slim, smooth and lightweight design.
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Comments: 0Thursday, June 18th 2009 - 17:00 CEST
Photobucket, a photo and video-sharing site, announces the availability of an innovative mobile photo service exclusively for T-Mobile that enables users to send photos directly from mobile handsets to several destinations: a Photobucket album, a PC hard drive, or an email address. "T-Mobile is pleased to be working with Photobucket to expand the offerings that help our customers stick together," said Venetia Espinoza, Director, Mobile Applications and Partner Programs, T-Mobile. "Partners play an essential role in ensuring that our customers have access to new, innovative experiences and Photobucket provides a great experience for sharing spur-of-the-moment photos with family and friends."
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Comments: 0Sunday, May 3rd 2009 - 20:00 CEST
T-Mobile is introducing a special offer for all mobile gaming fans. Throughout April they can purchase a number of blockbuster games at up to 50% discount. This offer applies to mobile games from Gameloft. A complete list of games is available at t-zones under the Games/Up to 50% discount section. Mobile gamers can choose from a wide range of mobile games, as Gameloft games account for approximately one third of T-Mobile's game portfolio. In addition, Gameloft won the prestigious "Best Developer of 2008" award, so its games will surely satisfy even the most demanding gaming fans. The offer includes action games, games based on films and TV shows, adventures, strategy games and racing simulators.
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Comments: 0Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 20:40 CEST
Experts in mobile marketing say today’s unveiling of the T-Mobile G1, the highly-anticipated HTC-manufactured phone that uses Google’s Android technology, underscores the need for companies to ready their Web sites for effective handheld viewing. “T-Mobile G1 mobile phone represents another step toward complete Web access for people on the go,” said Chuck Sacco, a business leader in mobile application development and CEO and co-founder of PhindMe, a mobile technology company that provides organizations with easy-to-use tools to create mobile-tailored Web sites.
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Comments: 0Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 10:36 CEST
Namco Networks, a leading publisher and developer of mobile games and entertainment for mass-market casual gamers, announced the availability of the arcade classic PAC-MAN on the first Android powered mobile phone, announced by T-Mobile. When the cell phone launches, PAC-MAN mobile will be available to consumers in the Android Market at no charge, giving owners of the new T-Mobile G1 handset full access to the PAC-MAN game which usually retails for $9.99.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 24th 2008 - 22:35 CEST
T-Mobile announced the international launch of the world’s first Android powered mobile phone in partnership with Google. Available soon only for T-Mobile customers spanning two continents, the T-Mobile G1 cell phone combines full touch-screen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard with a mobile Web experience that includes the popular Google products that millions have enjoyed on the desktop, including Google Maps Street View, Gmail, YouTube and others. The T-Mobile G1 is the first phone to offer access to Android Market, which hosts unique applications and mash ups of existing and new services from developers around the world.
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Comments: 0Monday, May 26th 2008 - 14:15 CEST
T-Mobile USA announced the upcoming availability of the much-anticipated Nokia 5310 XpressMusic phone. T-Mobile will continue to enhance its customers' music experience by offering the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic which offers a variety of features, including easy to use external music controls, stereo Bluetooth connectivity, wired stereo headsets, a USB cable for side-loading music and a memory card - all at an affordable price.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, May 7th 2008 - 17:30 CEST
T-Mobile USA announced that the company has taken the first commercial step in the rollout of its third-generation (3G) wireless network by launching its UMTS / HSDPA network in New York City. T-Mobile plans to continue the rollout of its 3G network across major metropolitan markets through the year. By year’s end, T-Mobile expects its high-speed data network will be available in those cities where a majority of its subscribers currently use data services.
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 8th 2007 - 19:00 CET
T-Mobile USA announced it is partnering with One Laptop per Child for its Give One Get One initiative. T-Mobile is offering one year of complimentary T-Mobile HotSpot access to people who donate an XO laptop to a child in a developing country through the campaign. “T-Mobile believes in helping people stay connected to those who matter most in their lives. The Give One Get One program delivers on our unmistakable commitment to enhancing personal relationships,” said Joe Sims, vice president and general manager for Broadband Services, T-Mobile USA. “We are excited and proud to partner with One Laptop per Child, and are hopeful that our contribution will not only encourage other people to participate, but also make a positive difference.”
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Comments: 1Monday, October 29th 2007 - 13:40 CET
T-Mobile USA announces the upcoming availability of the T-Mobile Shadow beginning October 31, the first phone in a planned franchise of mobile phones under the Shadow brand, a name that will become synonymous with playful, easier and richer communications experiences offered only by T-Mobile. The T-Mobile Shadow cell phone is designed to significantly reduce the complexity often associated with many feature-rich mobile devices, while maintaining all the powerful calling, messaging and photo sharing capabilities people crave to keep them connected.
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