Gone are the days when mobile carriers are generous with unlimited plans. There may still be some holders of such plans but there's an end to that kind of service. A couple of years ago, Verizon decided to throttle LTE speeds on
There's a huge demand for free media streaming services and looks like mobile carriers in the US are more than happy to provide such to consumers. One of the most controversial topics today is T-Mobile's Binge On program that got
When you’re going for a prepaid plan with your carrier, you would think that the smartphones on offer are just entry-level or at best mediocre mid-level devices. Verizon doesn’t think you should settle for such a device. And
Motorola had already announced that Moto X units under carrier lock will not be getting Android Marshmallow. That’s just how it is, and that’s why a lot of owners of the 2014 Moto X who got their units via AT&T or Verizon
By now, you're probably curious to know when you can get your hands on the BlackBerry Priv. We started the year with a rumor that T-Mobile would be launching it before January ends. The first Android-powered BlackBerry phone sold
If you’re the owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or a Galaxy S6 edge+, and if you’re on the Verizon network, you might have gotten pretty excited when you received a notification that your device will have a software update.
Don't get the holiday rush get to you. At the end of each busy day, take some time to sit down and relax by watching your favorite shows. And if you're a Verizon Fios Mobile user, you'd be happy to know that app was recently
T-Mobile is going all out on its campaign to lure subscribers from competitors by offering all sorts of incentives and deals if they make the switch. And they’re not really shy about trumpeting these promos out in the market.
With one week to go before the new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens finally hits the theater, you can expect anticipation, not to mention marketing, hit fever pitch over the next few days. We’ve seen accessories like power
Verizon could change the landscape of WiFi in the United States if it insists on its unlicensed spectrum. The wireless carrier seems to be bent on clearing cellular congestion by depending on chips that will make use of free