T-Mobile announced this morning that it’s got two new Samsung devices headed toward its shelves. The first is the Copper Gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S5, which will launch online and in stores on May 30. T-Mobile says ... Read More »
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HTC’s kept pretty busy lately updating its One family of devices with new features, treating the Developer Edition and unlocked versions of the One (M7) to Sense 6 and giving AT&T’s One (M8) variant an Extreme Power Saving mode. Now it’s time for ... Read More »
Late last month, LG teamed up with T-Mobile and MetroPCS to launch two new Android phones, the Optimus L90 and Optimus L70. Now it’s ZTE’s turn to partner with T-Metro on some new Android hardware.
ZTE announced today that its Concord II smartphone is ... Read More »
T-Mobile has made quite a few big moves in the past several months, including the launch of its Simple Starter plan, Operation Tablet Freedom and the end of overage fees. Today information on T-Mobile’s next major action have leaked, and ... Read More »
The first of T-Mobile’s trio of new Uncarrier announcements was a Simple Starter plan with unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of LTE data. T-Mo then followed that up with “Operation Tablet Freedom,” which knocks the price of LTE-enabled tablets down to equal ... Read More »
Apparently when you’re the CEO of a major wireless carrier, device makers love to give you gold phones.
When Samsung announced the Galaxy S5, it also revealed a new feature called Download Booster, which combines your WiFi and data connection to boost download speed significantly and allow you to download files much faster. This isn’t the first time that we’ve seen such a feature, but a native implementation of it will probably be ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of the announcement of its new Simple Starter plan, T-Mobile today revealed the second of the three Uncarrier announcements that it has planned this week.
T-Mobile’s new promotion is known as Operation Tablet Freedom and is aimed at getting more 4G LTE-capable tablets into the hands ... Read More »