T-Mobile has partnered with Taco Bell to open limited-run T-MoBell stores in major cities throughout the US this week. Here’s a look inside, plus how to score some free tacos yourself.
Google Fi, Google’s renamed wireless network, has an appealing pay-only-for-what-you-use approach to monthly cellphone bills. Find out if this low-cost carrier is right for you.
A new 5G E icon appearing on AT&T smart phones is little more than marketing, and it's now showing up on iPhones running the iOS 12.2 beta.
T-Mobile is the first carrier to launch the STIR and SHAKEN call-verifying technologies, which should come to Verizon later this year.
FreedomPop offers a number of low-cost cellphone plans, including one that's free. But what kind of service can you expect in return?
If the FCC's chairman gets his way, the U.S will soon free up high-band spectrum to develop 5G apps.
At an investor conference, AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said that the days of phone carriers covering most of your phone's cost are numbered.
Verizon now has two prepaid smartphone plans if you're not keen with the typical 2-year ball-and-chain.
There's an iPhone price war going on between Best Buy, Radio Shack, Target, Walmart and Target. The winner? You.
This new camera from Samsung is more like a smartphone with point-and-shoot camera hardware, featuring a 16MP lens, 21x optical zoom and 4G LTE connectivity.
Verizon is facing a lawsuit from three adult film studios for protecting its customers' rights to privacy.
Republic Wireless has brought its $19/month unlimited plan out of beta, offering the first compatible smartphone for pre-order.
Web surfers downloading illegal copyrighted content via peer-to-peer networks will start to see warnings from their ISP in the next few months.
Verizon Wireless will reportedly allow subscribers to charge Google Play purchases directly to their bill, up to $25 per month per phone.
Verizon has teamed up with McAfee and Asurion to provide its own security solution for Android devices.
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