Sprint’s parent company SoftBank could be prepared to sell the number four wireless carrier to T-Mobile’s parent Deutsche Telekom.
Samsung vice chairman Jay Y Lee was arrested Friday morning for his alleged participation in a political influence-peddling scandal.
AT&T has finally announced it will offer all of its postpaid customers an unlimited data plan.
Yahoo on Wednesday warned its users about malicious hacks that are linked to a third data breach the company announced last year.
The Amazon Alexa virtual personal assistant in a speaker now supports Outlook.com calendaring. The Amazon Tap now offers hands-free use of Alexa.
T-Mobile reported its earning results for the fourth quarter of 2016 today, announcing impressive results that beat Wall Street’s expectations by 50%.
Today is Valentine’s Day, so we hope you’ll take this report to heart, and stop cheating on your Netflix bingeing partner.
In the wake of Verizon’s rejoining the Unlimited Data Club, T-Mobile has announced its T-Mobile ONE subscribers will now be able to stream HD video and will get 10GB of high-speed data at no extra charge.
Verizon is once again a member of the unlimited data providers club, offering an unlimited data plan for the first time in years.
If you owned a computer a decade ago that was equipped with a DVD drive, you might be in line to become $10 richer.
No matter where you are Super Bowl Sunday, you can still watch the game. Here’s how.
The 2017 Arduino Starter Kit and Course Bundle includes a fully stocked ARDX Arduino Starter Kit, along with 8 informative ebooks and 15 hours of instruction.
When Apple announced the AirPods in September, I couldn’t have been more willing to give up $160 and embrace a more enjoyable wireless future.
T-Mobile USA has announced a new promotion that offers customers a prepaid MasterCard to cover the sales tax on any new smartphone purchase.
Activity tracking device maker Fitbit on Monday is expected to announce it will layoff 5-10% of its employees.
Microsoft has announced a 5% increase from the sales of Windows licenses to third-party computer manufacturers. The company’s CFO, Amy Hood, point to that number as evidence PCs are making inroads into the high-end computer market dominated by Apple.