Not content to simply manufacture overpriced headphones, Beats co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre are jumping into the subscription-based streaming music pond next week with their own (pardon the expression) spin on the industry.
After being kicked out of an AT&T event at CES 2014 earlier this week, T-Mobile US CEO John Legere hit the stage to introduce Un-carrier 4.0, which offers customers on rival networks a "get out of jail free" card to join the magenta network.
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.
Another weekend is here, and it’s sure starting to feel like summer. After delaying a new iPhone until October of last year, Apple is surprising us again by shifting its annual iTunes Festival music event in the U.K. from July to September, but don’t worry: There should be plenty of summer fun coming from Cupertino, most likely in the form of OS X Mountain Lion and new Macs. In the meantime, keep up with all of the day’s highlights for this Friday, May 18, 2012.
The 2012 Fortune 500 list is now available, and to no one’s surprise, Apple leap up the charts from number 35 last year to number 17 this year -- and Cupertino isn’t likely to rest in that position for long, judging from the kind of year they’re already having. But that’s not the only news for today, so without further ado, here’s the latest for Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
Apple and AT&T have been making big news since last Friday, when they announced that off-contract iPhones can finally be unlocked from Ma Bell’s ball and chain. While it appears the carrier is also unlocking these handsets for in-contract military service members, T-Mobile is looking forward to enlisting a few good (new) iPhone users.