Reversing a trend in the phone industry, T-Mobile has just announced that it will soon begin offering a wireless service plan with unlimited data. The company promises no caps, no throttling -- truly unlimited.
The search giant is following in the footsteps of Apple, releasing its own brand of gift cards exclusively for Google Play. The cards are being sold now, though availability is still limited.
With the introduction of iOS 6, Tim Cook also announced that FaceTime calls will be available over cellular-wireless connection, not just Wi-Fi. AT&T will support this new feature, but only for users who have the Mobile Share data plans debuting this Thursday.
When the Galaxy Note first launched many were skeptic that the handset was too large. However, it appears that bigger was better as Samsung announced yesterday via there press conference, that the Samsung Galaxy Note has sold over 10 million units globally.
Android smartphone or tablet users can no longer install Adobe Flash Player. Adobe gave up on this software for a very good reason: it was terrible.
Motorola Mobility - under the leadership of Google, which bought out the cellphone maker back in May - will experience drastic changes in the near future, including significant layoffs and a new approach to device development.
Keynote Competitive Research shared results of its nationwide mobile user survey, revealing important insights depicting consumer mobile web experiences.
Samsung Electronics is set to take the wraps off a sequel to its popular Galaxy Note smartphone at an event on August 29, roughly two weeks before the possible debut of Apple's new iPhone.
Research in Motion, the company behind the once-popular BlackBerry, could possibly license the new BlackBerry 10 operating system to other manufacturers, such as Samsung or Sony, in an attempt to offset its recent financial troubles and compete with larger manufacturers.
Thanks to a ruling by the FCC, a large number of Verizon Wireless customers will once again be able to tether freely, without having to pay a monthly fee to the carrier for the privilege of using their phones as a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Today T-Mobile announced that the Samsung Galaxy Note will be available online and in select T-Mobile retail stores starting on August 8. This super-size Android phone has alread sold by the million around the world.
As two mobile giants prepare for what's gearing up to be a titanic battle over patents, here's everything you need to know to get up to speed on Apple vs. Samsung.
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