T-Mobile Launches ‘Kids Are Free’ Family Plans

As any parent can tell you, kids are actually NOT free. Unless you have at least eight of them, at which point you can get your own TV show or a cool comic book name like Octomom.

For everyone else, kids are expensive to raise. T-Mobile is hoping to appeal to that inevitability with its new Kids Are Free promotion, which allows new …

And This is What the T-Mobile G2 Looks Like

T-Mobile’s update to the original Android device that started it all, the G1, was officially announced the other week and now we know what it looks like. It’s a looker, don’t you think? Looks like it’ll be a Google Experience device and we like that.

Thanks for the tip, Gino!

Android-Powered Motorola Charm Coming To T-Mobile

After a recent leak, Motorola has officially unveiled the full QWERTY Charm for T-Mobile. The latest from Motorola features Android 2.1 (seriously?), a tiny 2.8-inch touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera, something called “Backtrack”, CrystalTalk and Motoblur. Look for it this summer.

Hit the jump for the full press release.

Goodbye Sidekick, I Loved You

Less than 24 hours after it was announced that Microsoft was scrapping KIN, Microsoft’s other carrier partner T-Mobile has stated that it will halt all sales of the Sidekick line starting tomorrow.

As T-Mobile looks to further innovate and raise the bar for the next iteration of the T-Mobile Sidekick, as of July 2, the Sidekick LX

Ask Techland: What’s the Best Android Phone on T-Mobile?

In an effort to give something back to the community I’ve taken so, so, so much from, here’s Ask Techland. In our first installment, we have a question from Aaron concerning which T-Mobile Android phone he should purchase now that his old G1 is up for renewal.

“I am with T-Mobile and am currently looking to upgrade my now antiquated

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