The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has just voted to redefine broadband as 25Mbps and higher. Before today’s vote, speeds as slow as 4Mbps could be advertised as broadband.
Right on the heels of Apple’s record-breaking quarterly earnings, smartphone competitor Samsung has announced its own results for the October to December 2014 quarter, reporting a 27% quarterly decline in earnings. It was Samsung’s fifth consecutive quarter of decline.
Google has good news for residents of four new regions of the United States, as it has announced it is expanding the footprint of Google Fiber, its fledgling 1-gigabit-per-second broadband network.
Hot on the heels of T-Mobile’s new Smartphone Equality program that allows good-paying customers to avoid credit checks for phone and plan deals, Sprint has announced a bid to grab T-Mobile customers.
Have you ever walked into your carrier’s store, pumped because you’re about to get a great deal on a brand new iPhone or other device, only to find out you’re not eligible because of a less than optimum credit score? T-Mobile has some good news for you.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has called on authorities to force companies such as Apple and Netflix to make their apps and services available to all consumers, no matter what platform they are using.
Google has reportedly signed deals with T-Mobile and Sprint that will allow the search giant to sell wireless service directly to consumers.
While T-Mobile may not be the largest wireless carrier in the United States, it did beat out its competitors when it comes to one important metric: New subscribers.
“123456,” and “password,” remain at the top of the charts for “Most Hacked Passwords of 2014.” Those passwords took first and second place respectively for the second year in a row.
Microsoft has just received a patent for automatically silencing a phone or other mobile device when entering a movie theater or other entertainment facility. Apple, buy a license for this from Microsoft if you have to, but make it happen on the iPhone!
While most of us use a variety of social networking sites, knowing what correct image size to use for the best display on each service can tough to remember.
Tony Fadell, “Father of the iPod,” and creator of the Nest thermostat will be taking over the reins at Google’s Glass division. Google plans to spin the wearable device off into it’s own division, separating it from the Google X research lab where it originated. The unit will be led by Ivy Ross, who will report to Fadell.
T-Mobile took a step today to grab a bigger chunk of the prepaid cellphone market by announcing its new Simply Prepaid plans. The new monthly prepaid plans offer unlimited data, talk, and text for as little as $40 per month.
Samsung has been involved in talks to buy fellow mobile device maker Blackberry. Reuters reports the South Korean electronics firm has made a $7.5 billion offer for BlackBerry, likely to gain control of its lucrative patent portfolio.
Sure, we’ve seen some embarrassing tweets from celebrities or other public figures sent from an iPhone when they’re tweeting to promote another mobile platform, but it’s not every day you see an official company tweet coming from the wrong OS.
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