Windows Phone 7 Debuts In NYC October 11th, T-Mobile Is Ready To Roll

So what’s that we hear? Windows Phone 7 won’t only debut in a fancy tea party in London, but also in the bustling New York City on October 11th? Good news! T-Mobile will be showing off an oogle of devices at 3:30PM Eastern Standard, and you can bet every moment that I wished I booked my schedule to fit that event, as I will be in NYC for CES 2011 Preview. But that won’t stop us from covering it, will it now guys?

Via: Microsoft

Samsung Galaxy Tab On T-Mobile Teaser Page Goes Live

Perhaps T-Mobile has goals on being the first carrier to debut the Samsung Galaxy Tab here in the United States, as their teaser/email registration page is now live. There you can register via email for updates, but reading and subscribing to LaptopMemo will ensure that you know, before even T-Mobile sends you the silly promo email.

For those who might want a recap of the Galaxy Tab, it’s an Android 2.2 “Froyo” tablet with a 7-inch screen, 1GHz processor, front-facing and rear-facing cameras, full multitouch and Flash 10.1 support, and with a Wi-Fi-only version possibly in the works.

Via: T-Mobile, IntoMobile

T-Mobile G2 Being Sold Early At Official Stores, But Call First

First, there’s word going around that the handset that I should’ve been reviewing by now isn’t in my office (thanks, T-Mobile, no hard feelings though), and secondly, the T-Mobile G2 is on sale starting now, instead of the 3 days later it was supposed to. There’s not much to report on that note, but to simply contact your local T-Mobile store and ask if they’re stocking the G2 (apparently my local store isn’t answering at the moment, probably closed).

Via: TmoNews

Well, It’s My Birthday, But That Doesn’t Stop Me From Typing This. Duh.

My birthday, yes. How old am I now? 14-years-old. Am I born on the same day as my Dad? Yes. Is my Dad much older than I am? Very much so (mid-forties). And am I happy? Heck, yes. Did Darth Vader from Engadget give me Force Lighting cookies? By the means of the Force, yes!

During the course of today I will be checking in on Foursquare, going to have lunch with Mom, and just goofing off on my Twitter handle, @stefanetienne.  I’m also currently writing another review, this time on a laptop. Which brings in something I’d like to share: NVIDIA has been having Optimus graphics card issues with Punkbuster, a program designed to rule out hackers in online games, like Modern Warfare 2, Bad Company 2, and possibly the upcoming Medal Of Honor (I’ll be playing the beta starting October 4th as gamertag Stef_LAPTOPMEMO).

Essentially, if you have an Optimus graphics card, Punkbuster thinks you’re hacking, and kicks you out of the game. I’ve re-created the issue, complained to Nvidia’s higher-up reps, and got to make sure their engineers work with Punkbuster. A fix will be outed in about a month of two. I also have a certain Alienware headed to my desk; that should be fun to use too.

I’ll also be starting a video series where my face appears (not frequently) and I’ll see how it goes. Oh, and I’m attending CES Preview 2011 in New York City in the business casual attire as much as CrunchGear’s John Biggs thinks I’ll get fried into a thousand bits, and possibly even CES 2011 Las Vegas itself. Anyways, just subscribe, follow me on Twitter (or the site), and leave a comment, as it really helps me out.

Microsoft Sues Motorola Over Android Phone Patent Infringement

In an age of which there are smartphones coming out everyday, there’s no mistaking that a patent infringed, perhaps on purpose, perhaps not. Or in Microsoft’s case against Motorola, nine different infringements that relate to “synchronizing email, calendars and contacts, scheduling meetings, and notifying applications of changes in signal strength and battery power.” This is quite a doozy, and it only comes to show that companies “love” suing each other (not really, but you get the idea.). Press release by Microsoft is below.

HTC Merge/Lexicon Leaks Again, Won’t Be A Droid You Look For?

Strangely, yes. The upcoming Android 2.2 Sense UI-laden, HTC Merge/Lexikon high-end QWERTY-slider by HTC, due on Verizon sometimes this October will not be part of the Droid line, and perhaps will feature Bing search as default, and very hopefully being able to download the Google Search widget from the Android Market, as all Froyo-enabled smartphones can. A few more user manual shots are seen in the source link.

Source: DroidLife