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In the US, the concept of a prepaid Android phone is about as foreign as the concept of an effective high-speed mass transit system, but abroad, T-Mobile is following up its Pulse with a cuter, smaller sibling in the Pulse Mini. Like the original the Pulse is sourced from China's Huawei and offers

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Announced to the world in early November last year, the Xperia X10 has been Sony Ericsson's paper flagship device for a good few months now, and unfortunately the latest official word seems to confirm that the wait will be even longer. NTT DoCoMo has already stated it'll launch the handset in Japan

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Not that our Stateside T-Mobile needs much help scoring Android handsets, but this phone looks strictly reserved for our European brethren. The T-Mobile Pulse is actually Huawei's U8220, which looks a little drab compared to its U8230 sibling, and works in what seems to be standard smartphone specs

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Not that our Stateside T-Mobile needs much help scoring Android handsets, but this phone looks strictly reserved for our European brethren. The T-Mobile Pulse is actually Huawei's U8220, which looks a little drab compared to its U8230 sibling, and works in what seems to be standard smartphone specs

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It's not exactly a huge surprise considering that the Cupcake-powered HTC Magic is confirmed to be coming out May 5th, but T-Mobile Germany's website now looks to have also confirmed that the Cupcake update itself will also be rolling out to G1 users sometime the same month -- in Germany, at least.

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It's not exactly a huge surprise considering that the Cupcake-powered HTC Magic is confirmed to be coming out May 5th, but T-Mobile Germany's website now looks to have also confirmed that the Cupcake update itself will also be rolling out to G1 users sometime the same month -- in Germany, at least.

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Alright, can someone help us out with a little primer on German law here? California-based sipgate offers up a VoIP client for the iPhone that -- for the moment, anyway -- requires a jailbroken handset to run. It goes about its business on WiFi airwaves, so from the carrier's perspective, no harm, n

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Alright, can someone help us out with a little primer on German law here? California-based sipgate offers up a VoIP client for the iPhone that -- for the moment, anyway -- requires a jailbroken handset to run. It goes about its business on WiFi airwaves, so from the carrier's perspective, no harm,

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Looks like T-Mobile Germany is meeting roughly the same fate as its French brethren in the European iPhone sales race, claiming to have sold around 70,000 of the little buggers since launching on November 9. That would put it in line with Orange's numbers, but still well below O2's projection of 200

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Yup, more anecdotal evidence in support of that iPhone deal with T-Mobile Germany. The image and text above, which translates to \"the new cult cellphone,\" are currently available from the T-Mobile.de site via the links below. Though, we have the feeling they'll be gone in just a few short minutes o

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Yup, more anecdotal evidence in support of that iPhone deal with T-Mobile Germany. The image and text above, which translates to \"the new cult cellphone,\" are currently available from the T-Mobile.de site via the links below. Though, we have the feeling they'll be gone in just a few short minutes o

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Germany's own T-Mobile came out swinging at CeBIT on its home turf this week, touting recent advances and showing a rather plump to-do list for the coming year. Of course, this is all coming from Europe's T-Mobile, not our own, but maybe -- just maybe -- we'll get some of this down the pike if we cl

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