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  • Nyko Wing finally available in stores

    Nyko Wing finally available in stores

    Just a heads up to the Wii owners that Nyko’s classic controller alternative, the Wing, is finally available in North America. Not sure what the hold up was, but it’s out now for $30. Product Page Read More

  • Nyko officially launches Nintendo Wii Classic Controller alternative, Wing

    Nyko officially launches Nintendo Wii Classic Controller alternative, Wing

    IGN had the scoop last week on the Wing from Nyko and today it was officially announced to the public. The Wing will land in stores next month for $30. If you’re pining over it now and simply can’t wait then download the papercraft (PDF) and make one yourself today! Read More

  • T-Mo replacing Wing batteries, because they care

    T-Mo replacing Wing batteries, because they care

    T-Mobile Wing owners should expect a nice package in the mail soon: T-Mobile and HTC are providing a replacement for the T-Mobile Wing battery made by Dynapack at not charge to you due to rare occurrences of the battery overheating. If you don’t get one, I’d call T-Mo for a replacing. You don’t want your phone to burninate you, do you? Read More

  • Sprint Mogul: Like the Wing for the Sprint Kids

    Sprint Mogul: Like the Wing for the Sprint Kids

    Sprint just announced ad CDMA/EV-DO version of T-Mobile’s Wing, the HTC Mogul AKA “Da Mogul.” This slide-out smartphone runs Windows Mobile 6 and includes a 512MB memory card, a 2-megapixel camera with flash, and supports full EV-DO Rev. 0 data speeds. We here at CG actually really liked the Wing, and this is basically the same animal with faster browsing and a seemingly slightly… Read More

  • T-Mobile Wing Second Look

    T-Mobile Wing Second Look

    When T-Mobile began shipping the Wing (made by the good folks at HTC) just the other day, they earned bragging rights for being the first provider to give us a Windows Mobile-6.0-loaded phone. So how does the gadget hold up? I’ve spent a good deal of time playing with the brand-new T-Mobile Wing, and am now ready to pass judgment on it. Click the jump for a full review and lots of up-close… Read More

  • T-Mobile Wing Review

    T-Mobile Wing Review

    HTC, the manufacturer of T-Mobile’s new Wing smartphone, are like great session players. They blend into the background, laying down syncopation, a few horns, some cowbell, while the carriers — the Otis Reddings of this little analogy — take the spotlight. Don’t cry for HTC, though. They’re making good money by making other people shine. Take the Wing, for example. An… Read More

  • T-Mobile Wing Released

    T-Mobile Wing Released

    Not like you didn’t already know about the Wing, but those of you with T-Mobile can now purchase the Wing. This MyFaves-enabled phone isn’t cheap and will run you $300 with a two-year contract, but oh is it feature-rich. Aside from the sliding QWERTY-pad, you’ll find Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi, EDGE, a full HTML browser, push e-mail, microSD, media player, and a 2.0-megapixel camera… Read More

  • T-Mobile Replacing MDA With Wing (Possibly)

    Most likely due to the fact that no one cared about the device, T-Mobile has started to do away with the MDA. As a replacement, the T-Mobile Wing (aka HTC P4350) will take over full-QWERTY/PDA duties, featuring the brand spankin’ new Windows Mobile 6.0. MyMobile911 reports that the device will have a spring-loaded sliding keypad, the same screen at the Cingular 8525, and a blue rubber… Read More