BlackBerry Bold 9900 Review: RIM’s Best Smartphone Ever?

Make no mistake about it: The Bold 9900 is the best BlackBerry smartphone to date. But even with a handsome redesign highlighted by a new capacitive touchscreen (plus all the familiar features that make a BlackBerry a Blackberry) will it be enough to close the gap between Apple or Android? Maybe a little?

Take my hand. Let’s find …

Samsung Galaxy S II: Why I’m Not Buying It (Yet)

Bravi, Samsung and U.S. wireless service providers. You’ve finally brought the Samsung Galaxy S II stateside, four months after the rest of the world began enjoying the phone’s ultra-thin design, dual-core processor, Super AMOLED display and 8-megapixel camera.

In the tech world, that’s a lifetime. I remember having serious gadget …

T-Mobile iPhone 5 Rumored As Well

Fear not, T-Mobileites. Following the Wall Street Journal’s report that Sprint may get the iPhone 5 this October, a new rumor says T-Mobile’s getting the next iPhone as well.

The source of this rumor isn’t the often-solid WSJ, but MacTrast, citing “a contact within T-Mobile.” Reportedly, the T-Mobile iPhone 5 will have 3G speeds–not …

Sprint Damn Well Better Get the iPhone 5—So Should T-Mobile

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that “people familiar with the matter” say that Sprint will be getting the iPhone 5. The article is behind the WSJ’s paywall and without having even seen it, I can assure you there are some analyst quotes in there, some backstory of how the iPhone’s done on Verizon, and how the iPhone is losing market …

T-Mobile’s 4G BlackBerry Bold Costs a Cool $300

For a company in peril, Research in Motion sure looks gutsy right now. RIM’s BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone will cost $300 with a two-year T-Mobile contract—after a $50 mail-in rebate—when it launches for consumers on August 31.

The $300 price makes T-Mobile’s BlackBerry Bold 9900 the most expensive on-contract smartphone in the …

RadioShack Kicks T-Mobile to Curb, Embraces Verizon [Updated]

It’s goodbye T-Mobile, hello Verizon at RadioShack HQ this morning. The scrappy consumer electronics chain says it’ll sever its profit-starved relationship with T-Mobile and take up with mobile giant Verizon Wireless instead. While RadioShack reported a sharp decline in second-quarter profits, news of the Verizon deal sent company shares …

T-Mobile: Bring Your Own Phone, Save Unspecified Sums of Money [Update]

T-Mobile today announced that its smartphone customers can save money on monthly rates by purchasing new phones at full price or bringing in their own phones from elsewhere. But for now, the company isn’t providing full details on exactly how much these new “Value” plans cost.

So while I’d love to break down the prices and tell you, …

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