T-Mobile is celebrating the one-year anniversary of their LTE rollout. And naturally, this celebration includes news of some expansion. The carrier is touting how they have voice and data coverage available for 96 percent of the
T-Mobile appears to be doing well in terms of Galaxy S5 pre-registrations, however there is still something coming for current Galaxy S 4 users. The carrier has detailed the Kit Kat update, with mention of the rollout beginning
Owners of the Galaxy Note 3 on T-Mobile's network have reason to rejoice today. A firmware update has just been pushed out that bears not only Android 4.4.2 but also enhancements to Samsung's custom TouchWiz. Continue Reading...
Owners of the LG G2 under T-Mobile's flag are receiving a nice gift today. The carrier has finally pushed out the long-awaited Android 4.4 update to handsets after being delayed for quite some time. Continue Reading...
AT&T has already rolled out the awaited KitKat upgrade to the LG G2, but T-Mobile customers are still left waiting. In the meantime, those who can't wait much longer can try their luck with this leaked factory image for the
HTC had hopes of getting the One updated to Kit Kat within 90 days time. This was referring to the carrier branded models in the US and Canada, but as we learned back towards the end of January -- HTC wasn't going to reach the
The next round of changes will be coming to T-Mobile later this month. This time around the changes will be dealing with the JUMP program and they will be arriving on February 23rd. The once rumored details have been confirmed by
More than a handful of user reports have confirmed T-Mobile is in the process of rolling out the Moto X Android 4.4.2 update. Those reports by themselves are enough for users to begin looking for the update notification, but at
Motorola has just updated its Moto X support pages, revealing that an Android 4.4.2 update for T-Mobile compatible models is now almost ready for distribution. While the changes from the first Android 4.4 update last November may
Branding is serious business, even if it's just a distinctive color, as T-Mobile's latest court victory shows. A federal court in Texas has ruled that Aio Wireless has infringed on the trademark magenta color that T-Mobile paints