Out of desperation or genius, T-Mobile will make every phone FREE on June 19th. That means everything from the HTC HD2 to Blackberrys to Android phones and more, ALL FREE. Only catch? Sign up for a new family plan. [TmoNews]
T-Mobile just said they're planning to "update existing myTouch 3G phones to the latest software version, Android 2.2". MyTouch 3G owners will also gain the updated Faves Gallery, Genius Button and full Exchange support found in the myTouch Slide. Interestingly, T-Mobile claims that their pledge is 'No Phone Left…
When Google says the T-Mobile G1 will never get Android 2.2 Froyo because there's not enough space for the OS to fit in the flash space, the dev community thankfully doesn't listen. The folks at the xda developers have gotten a "very Alpha" build of 2.2 ported to both the T-Mobile G1 and myTouch 3G and it's sort of…
There's plenty to get excited about in Android 2.2 AKA Froyo, but HTC offered some not very surprising reassurance to people who bought their most recent handsets, including the Droid Incredible, the EVO, the Desire, or, soon, the myTouch Slide—you will probably get Froyo! Android Central reached out to HTC and got…
The myTouch 3G Slide could go either way: A family-friendly Android phone with an awesome Sidekick-y keyboard, or, much like its name, a godawful conglomeration of disjointed parts.
T-Mobile is still calling the myTouch 3G update myTouch 3G, but the latest version has a 3.5mm headphone jack, 288MB RAM, 8GB microSD card, Swype for text input and a few included apps like Visual Voicemail and a Barcode Scanner.
Google's desktop syncing strategy for Android has always been clear: there is no desktop syncing strategy. Just drag, drop and be content, people! Now, T-Mobile's giving their customers what Google won't, bundling DoubleTwist with new Android phones.
In a year, Android's gone from shaky upstart to mobile juggernaut. And nowhere is that more apparent than the apps—the Marketplace is positively bursting, with over 14,000 apps. Here are the ones you need, the essentials.
I am as much a fan of the silky Strat as the next person raised on classic rock—especially Mark Knopfler's modified one—but this Fender finish on the MyTouch 3G Android phone doesn't seem very rock 'n' roll.
If you already purchased a myTouch 3G for the full $200 retail price (with contract), it officially sucks to be you. That's because Oprah is gifting everyone a $100 discount on the Android handset through September 24th.