Despite widespread images of shattered iPhone screens across the internet, a new study of customer data from a smartphone insurance service claims Apple's devices are treated less roughly than rival handsets.
BlackBerry may be down, but judging from their rabid, die-hard fan base, they may not be completely out after taking T-Mobile's CEO to task over how the carrier started recommending the iPhone to customers.
As has been widely rumored in recent months, cable giant Comcast has gone from gobbling up NBCUniversal to making a tasty snack of its longtime rival Time Warner Cable in a deal valued at more than $45 billion.
It's hard not to notice the aggressive tactics T-Mobile US has been using to grab customers from its rivals over the last year, but once they've jumped ship, do they stay put? A new survey paints a pretty clear picture.
No, that's not a typo: Sprint has actually introduced a new plan called "Framily" that allows up to 10 friends and family to share a single account, and it's headed to the company's retail stores this Friday.
Carrier data caps are an unfortunate way of life these days, but what if companies could foot the bill so users don't go over their limits? That's the premise behind Sponsored Data, a new initiative coming soon from AT&T.
Once billed as a low-cost provider of "infinite storage," Bitcasa is evolving with its users by changing up its cloud storage plans in favor of offering additional services in the future -- but existing power users may be left out in the cold.