In the market for a new smartphone? How about checking out one of this year’s hottest device, the HTC One? For today and tomorrow only, it’s on sale for $99 on a new two-year contract with Sprint or AT&T as apart of Best Buy’s Hot July Black Friday sale! Read on to find out more.
The LG D801 has now passed through the FCC, bringing with it AT&T-compatible LTE bands. Could the D801 be the LG G2? It certainly looks like it. Read on to learn more!
If this all pans out, it looks like HTC is building on the foundation they laid with the One. While they don’t seem to be messing with the success there, other than making a mini and Max device to round out the lineup, they will be offering the decidedly throttled-down Zara.
Ting has released a new post paid plan where people only pay for what they use. Is it the best idea ever or a flop? We take a closer look in this comparison
The AT&T Moto X version has apparently been leaked, providing more details about the specs of the handset, and revealing some benchmark scores in the process.
There is trouble ahead for the big handset manufacturers like Samsung and Apple as fewer people are trading in their old smartphones for new ones.
Can you whip up any excitement about Apple tweaking the iPhone 5 and calling it the iPhone 5S or Samsung releasing yet another Galaxy S4 variant?
This is another instance in a long line of carriers’ acting as though mobile devices are theirs to dole out at their whim, on their terms. Rather than offering something fair, they’re preying on our impatience as consumers.
AT&T announced a new planned called AT&T Next, which will let users buy a new smartphone or tablet in 20 monthly installments, and upgrade after a year to a new model. Read on for more details.
With yesterday’s $1.19 billion Cricket buy, AT&T hopes to both expand its prepaid programs and augment its 4G LTE footprint.
The “Value Pack” update has begun rolling out OTA, and will feature lots of new features like Smart Video and Dual Camera and more. Read on for all the details!