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.
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.
Our Tuesday recap is something of an unofficial Consumer Electronics Show 2014 edition, given that all five of today's stories hail from the trade show in Las Vegas that's consuming most of the tech news this week. Couldn't make the show this year? No worries, we'll give you the rundown on the hottest stories, right now!
The new Mac Pros are here! The new Mac Pros are here! That is, for those who can afford them. We sauntered over to the Apple online store and configured ourselves a top-of-the-line six-core model and watched the price soar from $3,999 to nearly $10,000 in just a few clicks. Um, who do we talk to about a raise around here...?
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.
Americans have become accustomed to getting cheap smartphones by signing their souls away to a carrier for two years, but the times, they are a-changing -- and AT&T foresees a time when subsidies will no longer be so lucrative.
The death of former South African President Nelson Mandela reverberated around the globe over the weekend and right onto the front page of Apple's website. That tribute to the man's legacy -- along with many others across the internet -- is still live at this writing, but the 95-year-old certainly won't be forgotten anytime soon. Here's a look at what else made news over the weekend...
Wednesday marks the end of a short work week for many Americans, with the one-two punch of turkey and family as well as Black Friday shopping rounding out the remainder of the week. But before we turn off the lights and head out on our own mini-holiday for the next four days, here's a look at what's been popping up on the radar overnight. See you in December!
Microsoft finds itself in something of a pickle when it comes to its tablet-centric Windows RT. Even as Nokia's latest TV commercial knocks the iPad (read on to find out more about that), Redmond weighs the notion of killing Windows RT altogether after discovering that consumers and OEMs alike instead favor having the full Windows 8 experience. Could RT wind up rolled into Windows Phone 8 instead? Time will tell...