Exclusive to AT&T, the pair of smartphones pick up the latest Android software.
The entry-level smartphone will sell online and through select retailers starting next week.
In a first for AT&T, you can buy LTE-ready tablet on contract or outright.
The T-Mobile-owned prepaid brand is touting its new plan over those offered by Boost and Cricket, though there are a couple of catches.
Microsoft wants to bring pirated copies of current Windows software back into the fold. Plus, Windows 10's hardware requirements have been laid out.
Letting you roll over the data you don't use by the end of the month, the carrier's Data Stash program will be available to Simple Choice prepaid customers.
Motorola gave the second-generation Moto E new hardware and LTE connectivity, but also made several design changes to both the inside and outside of the phone.
There's a catch, but it's not what you think: This phone can be yours without any kind of contract.
Short version: it took me about 20 minutes to knock about 25 percent off my monthly bill. Plus: Chromebook deal!
Big Red's latest Android is aimed at first-time smartphone buyers.