T-Mobile confirms first seven 4G LTE markets across the US

Today the folks from T-Mobile just unleashed tons of details on their future. With new "UNcarrier" unlimited plans, no contracts, the iPhone 5, HTC One and of course their 4G LTE network. In case you haven't been following along the "No More Mr. Nice Guy (or girl)" campaign is long over and the black leather-clad Bad Girl Carly commercials are only going to continue. Today T-Mobile confirmed their first 7 cities with 4G LTE, and more than 200 million users can expect to have LTE in the next 6 months.

T-Mobile 4G LTE UNcarrier device lineup revealed

T-Mobile is currently sharing the UNcarrier details, which thankfully includes a breakdown of the devices that will be available. We touched on the devices in a previous post, however it looks like T-Mobile has revealed a bit more in terms of availability and pricing details. Well pricing and availability for most of the devices anyway.

T-Mobile UNcarrier event run-down: devices, plans, changes

The T-Mobile "UNcarrier" event is underway and it looks like we have some details on everything from devices and plans to overall changes. As expected, some of this has already been revealed over the past few days. Needless to say, these latest details have arrived direct from T-Mobile. So with that, lets begin with talk of devices.

Playphone Games Portal coming to Verizon Android devices in Q2

Those rocking an Android device with Verizon Wireless will soon have another app store of sorts. This latest will be a gaming portal and it comes as a result of a partnership between Verizon Wireless and Playphone. Basically, this sounds like something those searching for games may be interested in. Of course, the companies are touting perks for developers as well as the users.

SwiftKey update brings fixes and improved predictions

SwiftKey 4 landed in the Google Play Store back in late-February. That arrival had marked the end of a several month beta period. But perhaps more important for today -- the SwiftKey app has recently been updated. This update is not what we would describe as major, however it does have plenty of fixes. SwiftKey is now sitting at version 4.0.1 and it remains priced at $3.99.

Android-powered MiiPC hits Kickstarter

The problem with turning kids loose on the Internet is manyfold for parents. Kids can purposely access content that is inappropriate for their age, and can accidentally access content that is inappropriate. Those facts make it very important for parents to be able to control what their kids do and see on the Internet.