T-Mobile launched an online ad for April Fool’s Day, presumably from agency of record Publicis, entitled “Pets Unleashed.” In the ad, the wireless “uncarrier” presumes to let you “add your cat, dog, ferret, turtle or, heck, your alpaca” to your family plan for just $5 a month. Show More Summary
T-mobile pokes fun at itself by targeting four-legged friends in latest tech "offering"
Other corporate pranks include Google's backwards search page, the Google Maps Pac-Man takeover, and the Chrome selfie app.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a gorgeous, powerful smartphone, but you're paying a pretty steep premium for curved glass.
In only a few short days, music fans will flock to Indio, California to experience the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. But for those who can’t make it to the Empire Polo Club venue to experience Coachella in person, YouTube...Show More Summary
LG G3 owners who are willing to hop on a computer and use LG's support tool will be able to update their T-Mobile LG G3 to Lollipop. The Lollipop update for the T-Mobile LG G3 is now available through the LG mobile support tool. While the update doesn't appear to be pushing out over-the-air yet, a quick connection to your computer will allow you to update now.
Passes for Coachella 2015 are hard to come by, but for the fifth year in a row, the California festival is inviting fans from around the world to watch it live on Coachella’s YouTube channel, unleashed by T-Mobile. From Friday, April...Show More Summary
T-Mobile is now accepting orders for the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in gold. When orders for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge began on March 27, T-Mobile had said the gold variants would be available at a later time. That time is now.
T-Mobile on Monday said its new coverage map is based on "customer usage data points" rather than theoretical coverage. I call bullshit. I've had T-Mobile service for about two years now. I became a T-Mobile customer after a brief dalliance with Straight Talk Wireless, back in 2013. Show More Summary
T-Mobile has found another way to distance itself from carriers in the US: its coverage map. Yesterday, the wireless player unveiled its so-called “Next-Gen Network Map”, which will show real-world network information sourced from its customers. Actually, the initiative isn’t new: We’ve seen T-Mobile’s CEO highlighting speed data coming from customers in earlier public events, [...]
Fear not, lovers of gold technology, Verizon will carry the Galaxy S6 in gold alongside black and white. While T-Mobile and AT&T had already committed to carrying three distinct colors of the Galaxy S6, Verizon was holding strong on simply offering the white and black models — until today, that is. Show More Summary
The Galaxy S6 puts Samsung back on top with the best screen, processor, and body design of any Android-powered smartphone.
The iterative HTC One M9 remains a physical jewel and a strong Android smartphone, but fails to take the next step.
T-Mobile’s network has made some big improvements over the past couple of years but there are still a lot of places where its coverage is subpar. That said, the “Un-carrier” seems confident enough that it will keep improving that it’s...Show More Summary
If you've relied on carrier coverage maps to decide who gets your business, you know that they're sometimes sketchy. A good connection on the map could still mean lousy service in your neighborhood, for instance. T-Mobile thinks it has a better solution: it just launched a crowdsourced coverage map. Show More Summary
T-Mobile has been trying, for the past few years, to break away from the dominant competition in the mobile space by doing anything they can think of differently. And now, that extends to information for potential customers, too: their coverage map. The company announced the change to the new map today. Basically, it has two big differences from everyone else’s, … [More]
T-Mobile has today unveiled what it hopes will be the next-generation of network maps, breathing new life into the carrier coverage maps of old. T-Mobile says that its new “Next-Gen Network Map” is the industry’s first crowd-sourced map, and reflects “near real-time customer experiences.” “It’s our nature to expose and eradicate broken wireless industry norms,” T-Mobile […]