Sony is changing its management line up yet again just a day before Q3 2014 fiscal results are announced, prompting many to brace for yet more bad news.
All major wireless carriers have been dealing with recent outage issues. Several weeks ago, Verizon suffered a national outage themselves which didn’t allow most customers to pay their bills and access other parts of their customer account. AT&T also been dealing with outages lasting just a few hours in several cities.
T-Mobile also revealed that they have achieved their mid-year coverage goal of expanding its LTE footprint with 230 million people covered by its LTE network by the end of this month.
Today T-Mobile announced its new Tablet Freedom program, which offers 4G LTE tablets for the same price as their Wi-Fi equivalents.
T-Mobile has announced its plans to add 4G LTE to its slower 2G network, bringing additional coverage and speed to its customers.
CyanogenMod 11 (KitKat) nightlies are available for some Galaxy Note 3 version including T-Mobile’s, Sprint’s, Verizon’s, as well as the international LTE version of the handset.
The Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) LTE model can now be purchased from T-Mobile retail stores. Read on for more details
T-Mobile subscribers who own the Nexus 4 can enable LTE connectivity by following the relatively simple instructions provided by a Reddit user.
If you’ve been (im)patiently waiting for Sony to bring the LTE version of the Xperia Z over to the United States, the day has finally come! The phone will be available exclusively through T-Mobile’s network.
An executive told the press that T-Mobile is preparing to roll out “LTE-Advanced features” by the end of 2013. Most likely, T-Mobile will enable just a few of the many technologies that make up the LTE-Advanced standard.