Still not feeling the holiday spirit even though the calendar says we're just over a week away from Christmas? Maybe today's recap will cheer you up, particularly if you're a Gmail user still struggling with OS X Mail on Mavericks. Or maybe you're a Sprint customer in one of 70 new 4G LTE markets! Either way, our recap will get you up to speed as the pre-holiday week drags on...
T-Mobile US may find itself becoming a victim of its own success, as rival Sprint is apparently eyeballing a potential acquisition of the fourth-placed carrier only months after both companies sealed their own deals.
Tuesday night saw the first giant wave of iPad Air reviews roll out, and not surprisingly, word on the street is that Apple's latest tablet is a winner. The slate was universally praised for being lighter and trimmer than the last two generations, and even with the lack of truly new features, most reviewers recommend it as a worthy buy. So who's planning to buy one come this Friday...?
While Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile US have all started appealing to frequent smartphone buyers with early upgrade policies, Sprint has instead clung to its claims of being "truly unlimited" — until now, that is.
A few new developments in the world of Apple and associated products. Which carrier's making big big promises on your unlimited data, how many people are really into this smartwatch business, and what little goodies are apparently socked away in these new iOS 7 betas? That and more on the flip in this week's hot news.
If fears that Sprint may not be the unlimited carrier in the future have kept you up late at night, their latest plan comes with a guarantee that your talk, text and data will flow like wine well into the future.
Seems like everywhere you look, Apple's iPhone is on sale at bargain prices -- a big departure from a couple years ago, when there were simply no savings to be found. But if you want the absolute best deal, head to Walmart.
Yahoo! certainly kicked off the week in grand style Monday with news of its Tumblr acquisition, but it had one more trick up its sleeve that we'll get to in a moment, along with Apple going on the offensive over government accusations that the company isn't paying its full share of taxes on income generated overseas. But first, there's a whole batch of updates, tweaks and elaborations to enjoy, which includes some analysis on how T-Mobile US could one day leapfrog Sprint for third place!