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Google’s Andy Rubin A True Team Player

SAI is reporting that when Google shipped their first Android device, the G1, Andy Rubin received a multi million dollar bonus.  So what does an engineer with a pedigree in mobile do with millions of dollars from Google? He reportedly shared it with the entire team of 100 or so that worked on Android and

T-Mobile 16% Of Android Market Share

One of the saddest things with the pending AT&T/T-Mobile merger is thinking about what may happen to innovation with the 4th largest carrier in the United States. Although they are only the 4th largest carrier in the United States T-Mobile USA, has been on the cutting edge of mobile innovation, time and time again.  For

T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Free Today At T-Mobile

Here at Thedroidguy we often refer to the T-Mobile Sidekick as the phone that started it all. Although many Android enthusiasts like to disagree with us and cite the G1 as the first Android. Of course they are correct, the G1 was the first Android device offered, however the Sidekick, also designed by Andy Rubin,

Hands On With The Sidekick 4G From T-Mobile

No matter what happens, T-Mobile is trying as hard as they can to keep customers and keep going. The company is releasing a slew of devices, not stopping for anything, and they’re presence at CTIA has some interesting devices. The Samsung, yes, Samsung Sidekick 4G. This device is the follow-up to the wildly popular Sidekick.

T-Mobile Sidekick 4G Reunites Father With Long Lost Child

We aren’t quite sure how an announcement from Deutsche Telekom’s CEO Rene Oberman and T-Mobile USA’s CEO Phillip Humm wasn’t official, but today T-Mobile has officially announced the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G. Today T-Mobile announced that they are releasing the Sidekick 4G later on this spring. T-Mobile has enlisted Samsung (the #1 provider of mobile phones