Sprint is hot on T-Mobile’s heels, as the Now Network is officially announcing its own brand new unlimited plan. This one’s called “Unlimited Freedom,” and it shares several similarities to T-Mobile’s new plan.
Unlimited Freedom will be available beginning Friday, August 19. With it, customers will get access to unlimited data, messaging, and ... Read More »
FreedomPop is known for offering extremely limited but free cell service for those who don’t use their phones much. You can’t argue with free! Today the company unveiled a new plan, and it’s far more useful than the previous ones.
The new plan offers 200MB of data and 100 minutes of calls for free. This is less ... Read More »
Nokia is a brand that’s nearly universally loved for its last phones, and we wish the company would make a big comeback and once again release amazing devices. Nokia’s Microsoft partnership really didn’t help the company succeed, but thankfully, we may see an unlikely but possible resurgence soon.
Nokia executive Mike Wang stated that there will be at least ... Read More »
It’s been a year since AT&Tmade some changes to its Mobile Share plans, and so it’s about time that the big blue carrier introduced some alterations to its plan offerings. This time around there are more changes in store, including a lower price per megabyte.
Last year, Samsung and Barnes & Noble launched the Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK, a brand new tablet that paired the B&N brand with Samsung’s Galaxy tablet hardware. Now the two companies are back with a brand new tablet.
There are actually quite a few changes in this newest tablet compared to the device ... Read More »
In July, Huaweiofficially announced the Honor 8, a flagship handset which boasts a pair of 12-megapixel cameras on the back of the handset and plenty of other noteworthy features. At the time, Huawei only announced the Honor 8 for China, but expectations for a future U.S. launch were high. And sure ... Read More »
The USB Implementers Forum, or USB-IF, announced that it will be certifying chargers to make sure consumers are buying safe and functional chargers. With the influx of chargers that do not comply with USB specifications and even chargers that are just plain dangerous, this is a great move to further the safety of USB chargers.