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    HTC One M8 – is it a Winner? We Go Hands-on

    Sometimes, it’s all too easy to forget that the smartphone race has more than two horses. HTC is still trying to hang in there with Samsung and Apple, and to their credit, they’ve released some excellent, critically acclaimed phones that just haven’t quite taken off. Last year’s HTC One was a good example of that […]

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    Samsung Galaxy S5 Gets Pricing and Release Date on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile

    Samsung’s next next big thing and its wristwatch buddies are officially going to be here very soon. AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have all released pricing and availability information for the Galaxy S5 and the new Galaxy Gear series of smartwatches, all coming in a matter of weeks. AT&T The Galaxy S5 can be pre-ordered from […]

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    T-Mobile, Now a Debit Card Company?

    T-Mobile bucked contracts. They started offering to pay off early termination fees. But, all that was in line with being a mobile carrier – or, the un-carrier, as they like to style themselves. Well, it turns out T-Mobile wants to give some more industries the ‘un-‘ treatment, and they’re starting off with personal finance.

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    T-Mobile LTE vs AT&T LTE – Which is Faster in NYC?

    We have been eager to test out T-Mobile’s LTE network ever since the carrier officially unleashed their new network last year. T-Mobile claims that their LTE network is actually faster than AT&T’s LTE network. But is it really? We tested T-Mobile’s LTE speeds using the Samsung LTE Mobile HotSpot PRO. With its built-in color display, […]

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    T-Mobile Wants You So Bad, They Will Pay Off Your Early Termination Fees

    Recently, T-Mobile has been doing just about anything and everything to distance themselves from the other major carriers. They got rid of contracts and made it easier to upgrade phones faster in an attempt to filch customers off AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. Well, now they’re taking a more direct approach to doing that. Starting now, […]

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    LG G Flex Smartphone Offers Curved OLED Goodness [Video]

    The era of the curved smartphone is upon us. Why? I’m not 100 percent sure, but it looks different! The LG G Flex is making its way to the United States, and besides being a curved smartphone – concave from top to bottom – it’s a flat-out impressive Android (4.2.2) device. It has a 6” […]

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    Check Out Our CES 2014 Survival Kit

    CES 2014 is just around the corner, and our coverage of the world’s biggest consumer electronics show starts this Sunday. But before heading out to deal with the throngs of tech loving crowds in Vegas, we’re going to share with you what is in our CES Survival kit this year – well, at least some […]

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    iPad Air Will Be Free at T-Mobile on November 1st

    T-Mobile had two big pieces of tablet news to announce yesterday, and it’s no coincidence that they both come on the heels of the iPad Air reveal. Even better, some of that news involves free data. Free data for life, in fact. Or, for however long T-Mobile keeps it up, I guess. Either way, it’s […]

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    T-Mobile and Shakira Unleash Global Data Whenever, Wherever

    The one big advantage T-Mobile has over its United States competitors is that the parent company isn’t actually headquartered in the United States – T-Mobile has a huge presence abroad. Now, they’re using it to offer a pretty enticing service – unlimited data while abroad. Shakira says it, and it is so. As of October […]

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    Google Nexus 7 with LTE Lands at T-Mobile with 2GB of Free Data

    The new Google Nexus 7 with LTE is finally making its way over to T-Mobile and their anti-contract platform, and it’s coming with a pretty sweet deal in tow. Now that T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network is up and running, you can get contract-free, 4G LTE on the Nexus 7. Of course, the contract-free part means […]

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    T-Mobile Announces LG G2, Optimus F3 and F6

    The massive LG G2 isn’t the only new LG smartphone hitting the market this year. LG is bringing two other new phones – the Optimus F6 and Optimus F3 – along with the G2 to T-Mobile, and all three will work on T-Mobile’s fledgling 4G LTE network.

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    T-Mobile’s JUMP! Lets Customers Upgrade Their Phone 2X a Year

    T-Mobile’s strategy of just not being like everyone else got another boost today, with their Jump! program. Without two-year contracts, T-Mobile felt like they didn’t need to hold themselves or customers to the same phone for two years. So, now you can upgrade up to two times per year, which is about right considering how […]

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    T-Mobile Gets a White Google Nexus 4

    If you really wanted a Nexus 4, but were held back by the lack of a white model, your time has come. As of now, you can head over to T-Mobile and grab yourself a clean, white, shiny Nexus 4. You can even do so if you’re short on cash at the moment – T-Mobile […]

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    Get Your T-Mobile iPhone 5 Speed Tests Here

    Full iPhone support on T-Mobile’s network has been a long time in the making, and yesterday it became official when Apple and T-Mobile made a T-Mobile iPhone Carrier Bundle available. The update enables support for T-Mobile LTE’s network on the iPhone 5, and it also brings visual voicemail, along with full support for T-Mobile’s 4G […]

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    New HTC One Hands-on and First Impressions

    Nearly a week before MWC 2013, HTC has announced their new flagship smartphone. The New HTC One is a successor to the HTC One X that was announced last year at MWC. Under the hood, the new HTC one is packing some very impressive specs with a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, and a 4.7-inch full […]

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    T-Mobile Brings Unlimited 4G Data to All Non-Contract Customers

    T-Mobile had big news this year at CES – they’re bringing 4G data to all of their customers, even those without contracts. As of today, T-Mobile customers who aren’t on contract will be able to sign up for the Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data Plan for $70 per month, which will grant unlimited talk, text, and […]