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What else is there to say? Whether in its original, exotic exterior, its lightly changed but rather more accessible AT&T-flavored model, or the decidedly Epic Sprint version, the Samsung Galaxy S II has never failed to impress us. In fact, we called that first release \"the best Android smartp

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T-Mobile's choice of fast just got doubly faster in 42 -- clever, right? 42 new markets for its 42Mbps service -- of its HSPA+ markets. With this addition the tally for the faster service now stands at 97 centers -- when added to the 55 we saw launched back in May. To answer the question about

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If you're on T-Mobile USA and hop across the pond here and there, good news, as your carrier of choice has decided to reduce some of the restrictions it has on proving unlock info to its customers. In case you've never looked into this before and travel overseas, the benefit here is you'll be able

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According to folks over at Android Community, Google has begun to pull tethering applications from the G1's Market. One of the contributors to the \"WiFi Tether for Root Users\" app claims that the company is citing distribution agreements with carriers as the cause of the takedowns. In their words:G

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According to folks over at Android Community, Google has begun to pull tethering applications from the G1's Market. One of the contributors to the \"WiFi Tether for Root Users\" app claims that the company is citing distribution agreements with carriers as the cause of the takedowns. In their words:G

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We're not too sure what to make of this, but the industry journal Mobile/Cellular Technology slips a couple interesting details in its profile page for T-Mobile USA: one, that it'll be picking up the Nokia N90 (a little old, no?), and more interestingly, that it'll also rock the N95. To be fair, th

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A Sidekick for the low price of $99 is enough to get any Danger fan excited -- but just what do you give up in exchange for the price break? That's precisely what T-Mobile is about to push out the door to give the cash-starved (and the frugal) among us a taste of the older, higher end Sidekick 3. LA

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It doesn't take an industry insider to notice that T-Mobile's been putting together plans for a UMA service to bridge their GSM network with public and home hotspots here in the States. We've also guessed that Samsung's T709 would be involved, and though we still don't have anything approaching an

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Engadget fans make excellent beta testers, and we have a handful of 'em to thank for Engadget Mobile's in-depth coverage of T-Mobile's upcoming UMA service. Yeah, they've got specs. Yeah, they've got pics. What else could ya ask for? Hop on over to Mobile for the full deets.

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