You’ll want to mark February 11 on your calendar, because I know you’ve been waiting. That’s when T-Mobile will launch the BlackBerry Curve 8900. It comes one week earlier than what we initially thought. Just what is “High Speed Internet”? Probably code for T-Mobile’s crappy new “Web2Go” WAP service.
Then again, it may be referring to the integrated Wi-Fi connectivity found in the Curve 8900. No HotSpot@Home? Specs include: High Speed Internet (wifi??), Personal and Work E-mail, 3.2 Megapixel Camera with Auto-Focus and Video, Address Book, Alarm Clock, GPS, Bluetooth 2.0, Calculator, Calendar, EDGE High-Speed Data, Sync with Microsoft Outlook, GPRS, Games and a whole lot more.