Is the iPhone coming to T-Mobile? Video
T-Mobile switches its default mobile browser, Tekken is coming to the iPhone, and CBS has a new app that will stream March Madness over 3G and EDGE.
Apple has its own thoughts on Netbooks, we discuss the "Holy Grail" of mobile computing, and how is Verizon involved? Plus, we'll show you how to "bump," iPhone style.
We'll show you the new T-Mobile Sidekick up close. We have lots of Microsoft news and more details about the upcoming iPhone OS.
Multiple reports confirm that the iPad Mini is coming soon. Forget about Maps, Purplegate is the new Bad Apple. Plus, our iPhone 5 giveaway!
Today: Mark Zuckerberg clouds the air further on the FacePhone; Verizon squashes iPhone rumors flat; Netflix blames bad actors; and Peek gets it right for a change.
We recap Dell's announcements and Rafe gets banned, even if this is first show back. Sprint's "industry first" is a dual-screen phone, and also the first mobile device with screen-on-screen action. The Verizon iPhone is already jailbroken. Plus, we'll pay you in Smurfberries!
It's T-Mobile Android day! iPhone who? Plus, Samsung releases an Armani phone in Europe with lots of bling, and "The Godfather" is now available as a digital download.
We make sense of all the iPhone 5 rumors floating around. The iPad 3 is pushed to 2012, even though it never had an official release date. Plus, we've found a cat for the next Mac OS X.
Facebook is going to start showing movies (and making you buy credits), Microsoft is staking Nokia $1 billion to distribute Windows Phone 7/Nokia love children, and Sprint may buy T-Mobile USA and create a massive mobile carrier third head. Plus, in data porn, Android tops the U.S. smart phone market, AT&T dominates on downloads, and the iPad 2's dual-core processor is apparently not all that. But iOS 4.3 is! Also: vote for Asian Usher! --Molly
The Samsung SGH-T539 Beat does its primary job well, but it's not the most exciting music phone in T-Mobile's stable.