T-Mobile Internet-based messaging and calling service has shown some traction after a little more than a year on the market.
Stephen Holcomb, pilot of the "Night Train" bobsled and a Microsoft Certified Professional, will try to end the United States' decades-long drought in the sport.
After winning the U.S.' first gold medal in bobsled in 62 years, the team got down and boogied in Whistler.
The USA-1 team celebrates an victory in the four-man competition, garnering the first bobsled gold for the U.S. since 1948.
Bobsled pilot Steven Holcomb is as big into Windows as teammate Steve Mesler is into Mac. Somehow, though, their allegiances haven't derailed the world champions.
In the ultimate Internet fairytale, the founders of the meme-based crypto-currency have helped send a two-man bobsleigh team to Sochi 2014.
Enthusiastic Dogecoin-toting Reddit users pooled together a chunk of cryptocurrency change to sponsor a Nascar driver at Talladega Superspeedway.
T-Mobile may have been shut out of selling the iPhone, but its Bobsled Internet-based calling application is now available on any iOS or Android device.
T-Mobile USA has temporarily suspended its Facebook voice-chatting service while it works out design issues with Facebook. T-Mobile says it's unclear to users that it's powering the service.
Computer science major Steven Holcomb leads his four-man Night Train sled to America's first bobsled gold in 62 years.