Posts Tagged ‘HSDPA’
  • AT&T add “A-List” plans, back haul capacity, and more cities to 7.2 Mbps club
    by Mike
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 9:38 am
    AT&T; has quite a bit to offer us today in the way of news and wouldn't you know it, casts the bringer of angst in a more lovable light. Starting off, users who were envious of T-Mobile's "MyFaves or Verizon's adopted MyCircle plans, your time has come as AT&T; is jumping into the ring with their own "A-List" plans. The real bummer however is that in this economy, lets face it, there are a ton of people scraping by with the bottom of the barrel sub-$59.99 individual sub-$89.99 family plans -- ...
  • Would AT&T be more diverse, more reliable, and less crap without the iPhone?
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 12:05 pm
    On my journey through my ever bloated RSS reader, I stumbled upon a post on Gearlog that really made me stop and think. I sit here day in and day out reading story after story with some tie to either Apple, the iPhone, or AT&T.; More often than not, poor network performance is the center headline drawing me in. The fact that Apple's Jesus phone is causing AT&T; to stutter is an understatement. Heck, even major news publications such as the New York Times are starting to notice. One thing I ...
  • As we welcome fall, we do so without iPhone MMS/Tethering
    by Mike
    Posted September 3rd, 2009 at 8:22 am
    So much for late summer eh AT&T;? I'm so beyond fed up with the entire company as a whole. Their god awful network is no surprise to many, nor is there any chance in hell they are going to garner any hope or praise from me...let alone a contract extension. Staring at dropping temperatures and shorter days, I figured it would be fitting to highlight that as we enter the fall season, iPhone owners nation wide here in the US are still without the most requested features: MMS and Tethering. The...
  • This Thanksgiving, have a turkey and a BlackBerry 9700
    by Mike
    Posted September 2nd, 2009 at 5:29 am
    The wait for a 3G BlackBerry on T-Mobile USA has been a long, long, long road. Watching carrier after carrier steal all of the good speedy devices can certainly become discrouraging after many cold shoulders. However, TMO USA users caught a second wind when it was announced that an upcoming version of the Onyx, the BlackBerry 9700 would be coming to T-Mobile -- with 3G no less! Building upon those previous known tidbits, a claimed reliable source to TMO news is reporting that the TMO 3G tot...
  • T-Mobile USA pushes BlackBerry 8900 update out to the masses
    by Mike
    Posted August 28th, 2009 at 10:22 am
    If you've been having a not so pleasant time with your little CrackBerry 8900, or you simply love playing the update game, T-Mobile USA released today an update to the popular qwerty device. The update rings in at 4.6.1.231. Start the downloads! Get the T-Mobile USA BlackBerry 8900 4.6.1.231 OS update here Source: Into Mobile, @ TMOBILE_USA...
  • Motorola: “AT&T nixed our Android devices”.
    by Mike
    Posted August 27th, 2009 at 9:36 am
    Motorola was gearing up for a game changing holiday season fueled by new Android devices on all four major wireless carriers: AT&T;, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. Sprint is rumored to be getting the HTC Hero any week now and T-Mobile already has two Android devices with a couple more on the way before years end. Verizon not to be left out is also set to have a pretty awesome Android handset that so far has gone by the name Shules. That leaves AT&T; the loner thus far as they don't currently se...
  • OS 5.0 leaked for Bold, Tour, and 8900
    by Mike
    Posted August 26th, 2009 at 6:41 am
    While Bold users may still be recouping from the excitement the latest AT&T; update brought them, the more daredevilish users may be over and done with that already as they've likely had that firmware version for weeks now. While AT&T; is still messing around with oh so old 4.6 Bold firmware, the real action is in the 5.0 scene. Some brave developer or insider with special access to pre-release BlackBerry OS builds was kind enough to open the door and let loose versions of the 5.0 software for...
  • BlackBerry Bold getting firmware update. Visual Voicemail, 2G/3G mode toggle ensue.
    by Mike
    Posted August 25th, 2009 at 1:35 pm
    BlackBerry Bold users rejoice, this afternoon will bring good fortune to you and your beloved piece of Canadian born hardware. RIM announced earlier that an update to the BlackBerry Bold firmware will bring two pretty big updates with it along with the usual performance fixes and other general bug fixes. But we don't care about those mundane bug fixes. Nooo sir (or mam). We care about the numero uno updates such as Visual Voicemail and 2G/3G mode selection... (more...)...
  • AT&T HTC Lancaster sent out to pasture before it even had a chance…?
    by Mike
    Posted August 19th, 2009 at 11:53 am
    In all reality, the HTC Lancaster never had a chance. News is coming in that the HTC Lancaster, which was to be AT&T;'s first toe dipped into the Android market, has supposedly been shelved. Gasps! Now, if you were on the search for a lower to mid range Android device that would be a fairly decent texting device, you're no doubt in tears and looking for the anti-depressants. However, the majority of you who are complete geeks aren't too broken up as the HTC Lancaster was at best a low end p...
  • T-Mobile G1 may not get a trip to dessert buffet line?
    by Mike
    Posted August 17th, 2009 at 9:46 am
    Hopeful T-Mobile G1 users who are currently slaving over the keyboards, anxiously awaiting more news and information on the upcoming Donut and Eclair Android updates may be slightly upset, distraught, and over all feeling like there's no point in living any longer when they find out that the G1 may not be able to partake of future Android updates. Gasps! (more...)...
  • Huawei 8220 coming to T-Mobile USA as the Pulse?
    by Mike
    Posted August 17th, 2009 at 6:22 am
    Android aficionados and digital thrill seekers have a new up and coming hopeful to look after. A rather low key device built by Chinese manufacturer Huawei has a new device recently unwrapped that could prove to be a newcomer to T-Mobile's line up before years end. The device in question, a Huawei 8220 which recently got its WiFi interoperability certificate, may of had its carrier and public title leaked. According to said certificate, the T-Mobile Pulse could be the new moniker of thi...
  • BlackBerry Bold 9700 makes an appearance in ATT/Bell systems
    by Mike
    Posted August 17th, 2009 at 5:42 am
    There's nothing like the sign of impending device releases like the first screen capture of a system inventory device list showing the latest and greatest from RIM making its way to market. The two carriers of interest are AT&T; and Bell. While new devices can appear up to 3-4 months before their actual scheduled release date, I'd say it's safe to assume an announcement and release within the next month. CrackBerry users who have been looking for something to upgrade to from their aging beau...
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