Google Voice Apps to Make Their Way Back to iPhones?

A little over a year ago, a handful of Google Voice applications co-existed peacefully inside Apple’s App Store.

VoiceCentral, GVDialer, and GV Mobile were each developed by independent programmers to leverage the Google Voice service in order to provide iPhone owners with the ability to make and receive calls using their Google Voice …

Best Buy Mobile Offering T-Mobile G2 for $200, Out on 10/6

Starting today, Best Buy Mobile is pre-selling T-Mobile’s G2 with Google with an expected launch date on the 6th of October. It will retail for $200 with a new two-year contract. And if Best Buy’s press release is correct, the T-Mobile G2 will have an S-TFT WVGA resolution screen. As of this posting, the G2 has not shown up on the …

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 …

Samsung Fascinate For Verizon Available 9/9

Samsung’s fourth and final (this year) Android-powered Galaxy S smartphone launches this Thursday on Verizon. It will be available online starting tomorrow and in stores on Thursday for $199.99 after MIR. Look for our review a little later today.

Windows Phone 7 is Pretty Much Done, Released to Manufacturers

Windows Phone 7 is almost, finally, sort of, pretty much ready to go. And by that, it’s reached the “RTM” milestone. RTM stands for “release to manufacturing,” which basically means that the software is complete enough to send off to the companies who will be making Windows Phone 7 handsets.

Is the Windows Phone team really ready? …

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!

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