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Sprint is now (officially) the number four carrier in the US

During T-Mobile’s Uncarrier announcement earlier this morning, T-Mobile CEO John Legere let some interesting information slip out during the conference call/Periscope live stream. Last quarter,

July 09, 2015 Android, Features, Good and EVO
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T-Mobile CEO to announce next Uncarrier move on Periscope

In case you haven’t heard, T-Mobile is in the middle of re-examining all of its old Uncarrier moves, and making them better. Things like JUMP!,

July 08, 2015 Android, Features
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WiFi calling might come to the Nexus 5 (and other devices) after all…maybe

Android developers and tinkerers should be pleased to know that the latest AOSP release – android-5.1.1_r5 – finally includes code for WiFi calling, a feature

June 25, 2015 Android, Features
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JUMP! On Demand phones and prices detailed

The first part of T-Mobile’s Uncarrier Amped announcements today was JUMP! On Demand. While all of the initial promotional materials only mentioned the 16GB iPhone

June 25, 2015 Android, Features
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T-Mobile’s Uncarrier Amped, part 1: JUMP! On Demand

T-Mobile is starting early with the Uncarrier announcements today, and it appears that rather than having a big press event, the carrier’s CEO John Legere

June 25, 2015 Android, Features
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Latest Hangouts updates for Android messes up merged conversations

If you use Hangouts to communicate with people over Google’s instant messaging service, along with SMS to and from your mobile carrier number and your

June 24, 2015 Android, Features, Good and EVO
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My predictions for T-Mobile’s upcoming Uncarrier Amped

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has once again taken to Twitter to announce the next big Uncarrier event, set to start June 25 and presumably last

June 24, 2015 Android, Features
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In the wake of AT&T huge throttling fine, T-Mobile becomes more transparent about how it “de-prioritizes” unlimited users

In the wake of AT&T’s $100 million fine from the FCC, which it got for throttling its unlimited data customers, T-Mobile has finally become a

June 17, 2015 Android, Features
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WWDC: Announcements From Apple Show Interesting Developments

The following article is a guest post by Maria Ramos. The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is an annual event held by Apple to let

June 15, 2015 Apple, Features
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There’s a serious problem with WiFi calling on the Nexus 6 with T-Mobile

I’ve had WiFi calling enabled on my Google Nexus 6 by Motorola for a solid two weeks now. At first, it was working really great.

June 08, 2015 Android, Features
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