Yesterday, we reported how BlackBerry owners were incensed with T-Mobile US over an ill-fated promotional attempt to lure them into a no-money-down iPhone 5s -- a stunt the nation's fourth-placed carrier now likely regrets after all the unwanted attention it's bringing them. And it's not quite over yet, with BlackBerry's CEO weighing in as part of today's Tuesday recap...
Apple will announce its quarterly earnings for the 2013 holiday season next Monday, but many of its partners are already doing the same, including Verizon, which sold a lot of smartphones over the past three months — but won't say how many of them were of the iPhone variety. Kind of a bummer for those who like to follow such facts and figures, but something tells us the news will be worth the wait next week. In the meantime, on with the recap show!
It's something a majority of iPhone users wish they could do with their Macs without having to jailbreak their phone. Luckily -- for those small sampling of Android users that refuse to go the way of the PC -- there's a way to do this cheaply and efficiently.
Don't feel like carting a microUSB cable with you everywhere? We don't blame you. Here's a quick look at how to wirelessly access your files on your Android phone without plugging in a cord.