T-Mobile seems to be very successful with "Uncarrier" that it's announcing its latest prepaid offering. Just last month, the network announced its Un-carrier 8.0 – Data Stash and the Simple Choice Unlimited 4G LTE Family Plan.
On the heels of T-Mobile's rollover data plan, another US carrier has responded and is offering their own version for their subscribers. AT&T has announced that they are launching later this month a rollover plan for their
Ah, Christmas gadget shopping season; the time when people look for a replacement for their older smartphone or a secondary unit (because why not) or an affordable device to give in to your young child's request for their own. If
Remember the days when we waited till 7pm to start calling our friends? Or the days of being careful who to call because they weren't with the same phone provider you were? Or constantly keep track of how many minutes we had left
The circle seems to be complete and Google has finally uploaded the rather mysterious Android 5.0.1 to the Nexus 5 as well. This practically finishes the release of this rather unexpected Lollipop update, which first began with
More than a week after we learned that the HTC-made LTE Nexus 9 tablet would be delayed, here’s T-Mobile saying that the Android tablet is now available via the Underground site. The latest Nexus tablet launched last October is
An unlimited 4G LTE plan for the whole family used to be just a dream but T-Mobile is now offering the impossible. Yes, the mobile carrier is bringing to the US the first and only unlimited 4G data family plan. Looks like a lot
Last week, Amazon marked down the Nexus 9 price in time for Black Friday. It was sold from $399.99 down to $349.99. We have no idea how many units Amazon sold but we know many people who want the HTC-made Android tablet. The
Faithful T-Mobile subscribers always look forward to announcements by the network about new Un-carrier offerings. This tablet lineup of the carrier will add the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab S to its list of products with data plan.
Ok, so mobile carriers want to earn a little extra off you from apps and other installable programs – you can hardly fault them for that, as they are businesses in need of profit anyways. But to sneakily install bloatware (the