T-Mobile and MetroPCS are officially merging.
Deutsche Telekom has confirmed that its American wireless carrier T-Mobile is in talks to team up with MetroPCS to create a single company.
The iPhone 5 may not be on T-Mobile, but the company’s stores aren’t giving up on attracting iPhone customers.
As expected, Samsung’s newest Note will be available on all the major U.S. carriers when it arrives by November.
T-Mobile finally has a new chief executive.
As the only U.S. carrier not officially offering Apple’s iPhone, T-Mobile recently began opening up its network to unlocked iPhones. Today, the company laid out its plans to court unlocked iPhone owners.
Editor’s Pick It’s tough to muster much excitement for Isis, as NFC almost seems more like a fantasy today than when it was a hot buzzword for mobile payments years ago.
Federal Communications Committee has approved a deal that will see Verizon purchase a portion of wireless spectrum from a handful of big cable television providers.
With donations by text, say hello to the future of political fundraising.
T-Mobile has unveiled a new unlimited data plan that promises not to slow down your data speeds when you start using more data than it would like.
The mobile payments industry is still very much like the Wild West — there’s little law and order, and plenty of gunslingers itching to strike gold. But a new committee today could finally civilize the mobile payments wild lands.
There’s no end in sight for T-Mobile’s subscriber drain. After losing 510,000 contracted subscribers in the first quarter of 2012, T-Mobile announced this morning that it has lost 557,000 in its second quarter.
Editor's Pick Over 50 million people currently use Dropbox, and users are adding files at a rate of one billion every 48 hours. But it’s not just viral growth, word of mouth growth, smart branding, and effective marketing.
T-Mobile's HTC One S
Lookout Mobile Security and T-Mobile are teaming up today to bring you a unique security feature in mobile phones: custom Scream tones.
Angry Birds Space, Rovio’s next big game in the phenomenal mobile game series, launches on Thursday with some major promotions from Walmart.
AT&T announced today it is easing up on its “unlimited” data plan restrictions, bowing to public pressure.
After conspicuously losing its bid to acquire T-Mobile, AT&T is still out in the cold when it comes to wireless spectrum. But a new report says the telecom company could now buy Dish Network at a considerable premium to obtain its highly coveted spectrum.