Microsoft: New T-Mobile Sidekick

T-Mobile USA Inc. made available the new T-Mobile Sidekick powered by Danger (a subsidiary of Microsoft) introduces innovative software, services and hardware customization that improve an already celebrated mobile experience.The new Sidekick features key software improvements including support for video capture, playback and sharing; wireless stereo music and media sharing via Bluetooth; quick friend search and […]

T-Mobile USA Inc. made available the new T-Mobile Sidekick powered by Danger (a subsidiary of Microsoft) introduces innovative software, services and hardware customization that improve an already celebrated mobile experience.

The new Sidekick features key software improvements including support for video capture, playback and sharing; wireless stereo music and media sharing via Bluetooth; quick friend search and optimized group chats in instant messaging (IM); customizable Web browsing; and universal search across all phone applications and data. In addition, the phone’s shell is customizable, creating a unique look for every device. The result is a Sidekick that is fun to use and showcases the owner’s individuality and style.

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