The occasional iPhone SE sale from Apple has not helped to dispel rumors of a sequel phone coming soon. But alas, we've got a deal from Walmart, too.
The carriers had few allies on Capitol Hill today as many representatives and working groups have decried the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.
No need to trade in your phone if you're a Verizon customer with a late model Galaxy, Pixel or iPhone. And T-Mobile will cover any contracts up to $650.
Also on our show, revisiting the Razer Phone 2, cost promises for the Sprint/T-Mobile merger, terabyte phone debates, new emoji and more!
You can upgrade to a 5G phone and use the new network at your current price, but T-Mobile will also offer more services you can pay for based off of 5G.
Lawmakers want answers as to if the nation's wireless networks are throttling their customers' streaming video without proper disclosure or even reason.
The three carriers sold not just GPS data, but special GPS data that 911 operators receive when you make a call. And it's scary who could be targeted.
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the rumored iPhones with AT&T 5GE? Galaxy S10 Plus Pearl White & more
The company basically pledges all the plans that are available right now on Sprint, T-Mobile or their subsidiaries will still exist for 3 years.
The iPhone SE is back again... again. But who knows how long it will be at Apple's clearrance section or if you want to jump through Metro's hoops.
Huawei is accused of incentivizing its employees to steal trade secrets. It is claimed it also lied to banks about its ties to an Iranian company.
A Reddit thread is growing with the confusion of dozens of OnePlus 6T owners wondering why their batteries have started choking out faster this week.
Netflix is hiking its prices, but it is still status quo at T-Mobile for free subscriptions. That status quo is a good thing that may last only months more.
Could the government shutdown delay the launch of the Galaxy S10 as well as a review of the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile?
$200 off a second Apple Watch? A free second Galaxy Watch? Here are some of the things you need to know about these deals for the new year.
On our show this week, another edition of #Bendgate, hopes redux or hopes reduced for Touch ID's comeback and Cydia shuts down.
T-Mobile launched eSIM support for the new iPhones and these are the plans that everyone has to deal with now. Something about them doesn't make sense.
The Un-carrier says it doesn't have the "time and resources" to brag about having Samsung's first 5G smartphone. Because that's "BS."
If you've been waiting all year long for the T-Mobile TV service to roll out, you'll have to wait some more as it's been pushed to 2019.
The Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States has approved the deal and so have a few other government agencies. But it waits on the FCC.
The Economic Policy Institute paper claims that market consolidation in the wireless industry is bad news for shop floor workers.
eSIM users will have three prepaid plans to choose from. And if you need an iPhone to try this out on, get one for free.... kind of.
Deutsche Telekom and SoftBank are reportedly promising to US regulators that they will get rid of Huawei equipment on all of their networks.