Jul 19th - Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile have all outlined their early upgrade programs for those willing to go the month-to-month route. Are all these plans created equally or is there a hidden catch somewhere? Let's find out!
Jul 16th - John Legere takes to his new Twitter account to share his opinions about AT&T's answer to T-Mobile's Jump program called Next. Is Legere en route to create a cult following of outspoken consumers?
Jul 15th - The latest T-Mobile features are now available to those who are interested in taking advantage of them. Find out how you can upgrade twice a year and get in on a great new family plan.
Jul 10th - T-Mobile’s press event is just wrapping up, and probably the most disruptive new move for the Un-carrier was their newly announced “JUMP!” program that essentially allows customers to upgrade their devices twice per year. To help advertise this insanely scrum-diddly-umptious new service, T-Mobile is going to be airing a series of new ad-spots that we […]
May 21st - Google is entering the mobile carrier space, if you haven’t heard, with a solution that they’re calling “Project Fi”. Upon making that huge announcement they began accepting applications for beta invites… and today, Google has RSVP’d by claiming they’ll get to everyone by mid-Summer. Here’s the complete e-mail: Hello! Thanks for requesting an invite to Project […]
May 21st - If you've been doing this Android thing for awhile now, you'd know that fingerprint scanning smartphones are nothing new to Android. Turns out the next version of Android -- Android M -- could bring native support for the hardware.
May 21st - After initially hitting devices via a soak test back in December, Moto G (2013) owners are finally being greeted by an update to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop.
May 21st - If the recent tweets of T-Mobile Senior Product Manager Desmond Smith are to be believed, the Nexus 6's WiFi Calling update, so long in the making, could finally rollout this weekend.
May 21st - Because Android (at least in its current state), isn't really optimized for low-power gadgets and doodads, Google is doing something about that with a new software codenamed "Brillo."