Back in May we wrote a piece on the device curiously named ‘Bigfoot’, which was alleged to come from up to four different manufacturers. Well, back then we thought it was Samsung, and the Boy Genius... Report would appear to agree with us.

A higher resolution image provided by BGR reveals, clearly, the Samsung logo and some funky luminous green trimmings. As things stand, the Bigfoot appears to s...

We all knew that T-Mobile USA is sitting pretty on the upcoming HTC Magic/MyTouch/G2/Sapphire/whatever, but thanks to Engadget, we now have some attractive box art images to satisfy our hunger. The... designer handywork reveals, for sure, that the device is going to run by the name of myTouch 3G. The slightly modern yet colorful vector grunge artwork is pretty appealing and goes some way in tellin...

Italian site HDBlog.it has posted a nice HD video of the Samsung i7500 on YouTube.  The video is of very nice quality with good lighting, and it really shows off the details of the I7500 and its sweet... AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display.

The i7500 has already received FCC approval for use in the USA and appears to be ready for T-Mobile’s network there.  We’re also expecting the d...

Our friends over at PhoneScoop.com have noted that the Samsung i7500, the company’s first Android smartphone, has passed through the FCC testing process.  This cements the fact that the device... will work on T-Mobile USA’s 3G network, since the documents show that it was specifically tested on the AWS 3G band used by T-Mobile.

There has been no announcement regarding the I7500 fro...

T-Mobile today announced a new NBA developed application for the Android platform that will allow T-Mobile G1 owners to get closer than ever to the NBA’s Eastern Conference basketball finals.

The... application, known officially as “T-Mobile Close Up: NBA Eastern Conference Finals” on the Android Market, offers users live streaming with multiple camera angles for every game in the Eastern Confe...

Hot on the heels of the leaked information regarding the Samsung “Houdini”, TMOToday bring forth further speculation about the possibility of an HTC developed netbook sporting Android, due for release... on T-Mobile by the end of the year. The general sound of things suggests that the netbook will offer on-board 3G connectivity to make use of T-Mobile’s high-speed mobile internet network. Nothing conc...

Deutsche Telekom, known to most of us as T-Mobile, has recently announced their numbers and figures for the first quarter of 2009. Apart from experiencing increases in revenue overall, they happened... to mention that they have also shifted over 1 million G1 units in the United States in just 6 months. A pretty good result on any account, even if AT&T managed to ship 1.6 million iPhones in less...

The New York Times is reporting that T-mobile USA has plans to release an Android-based home phone, in addition to a tablet that will operate much like a laptop to “handle basic computing jobs”....  The home phone is described to have a dock system which will handle data synchronization and services.  Hopefully these two devices will make efficient use of the versatility of the Android platform.

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Forbes online is reporting some interesting information from the CTIA Wireless trade show. Apparently, a Samsung executive has spilled the beans on the company’s plans with Android. So what’s the... deal?

Things come as a mixed bag for U.S. Android fanatics. The world’s largest conglomerate stated that there will be several devices running Android making their way from the factory flo...

Earlier in the week we reported that Google had cut tethering applications from the application store. Tethering applications allow users to hook their G1 up to another device such as a laptop, and... use the data connection provided by the G1 as a modem for the laptop, thus providing it with the Internet. This has a few implications, not least of which is due to the fact that T-Mobile also provid...