News this week that the FCC has given the green light to new wireless tech LTE-U; T-Mobile quickly announced plans to deploy this technology in coming months.
BlackBerry today unveiled the KEYone, its first new smartphone since TCL Communication acquired the rights to the BlackBerry name. Previously referred to by the codename Mercury, the KEYone pairs a traditional 4.5-inch touchscreen display with a classic physical BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard.
Unlimited keeps getting better - Sprint has dropped premium prices and upgraded video streaming.
AT&T has announced a buy-one-get-one promotion for new or existing customers adding a line or upgrading existing lines.
It looks as though Verizon can once again stake its claim as the undisputed King of Coverage. The latest results from independent testing firm RootMetrics put the company firmly in the lead for overall network performance for the seventh straight time.
Watchdog groups have expressed concerns about the apparent recent proliferation of cell phone searches at U.S. entry points; U.S. senator Ron Wyden has sent a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security demanding explanation. There are things you can do to protect yourself until the issue gets sorted out.
Just when you thought the Note 7 was dead and buried, reports suggest that Samsung is looking to revive the flammable phablet as a refurbished device with a smaller, non-explodey battery.
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