Only a few days ago, we reported that Microsoft killed off its Kin cell phone line
. Now, the death knell has rung for yet another mobile device favored by teens. According to Phone Scoop, T-Mobile announced that it will no longer sell versions of the Sidekick as of July 2nd
. The company will provide support for customers who bought a Sidekick during its six-year run, but you won't find the flip phones in stores or online anymore. A T-Mobile spokesperson told Phone Scoop in an e-mail that the company is working on products that will offer consumers a "new and fresh experience." Honestly, for the Sidekick, the writing has been on the wall since T-Mobile announced the Android-powered myTouch 3G line last year
. Not to mention, the Sidekick, like the Kin, was developed by Danger, which makes the Microsoft-owned company the Grim Reaper of cell phones.