On Road Trip 2015, CNET gets up close with a new structure that will supply the city with free, public Wi-Fi via a project that swaps phone booths for hotspots.
CEO John Legere takes center stage again as the carrier unveils its latest plan to win new customers and retain existing ones.
Google's $1 million donation means New Yorkers can check out Wi-Fi devices from all three of the city's library systems.
In China, a woman's husband and her mother-in-law are overcome by the stench of a cesspit, all because a brand-new phone was feared lost.
A man drops his cell phone into the Chicago river, jumps over a railing to get it back, and ends up in the water. He dies. A woman who jumped in after him is missing.
CNET's Sharon Vaknin has long hungered to shop for groceries online, and now that AmazonFresh has arrived in San Francisco, she finally can. But how does the experience stack up to a regular supermarket?
A man pulls the emergency cord because he's left his phone on a bench on the station platform. He either leaps or slips from the train and is seriously injured when another train hits him.
CNET breaks down the two best early-upgrade plans to see which offers the most bang for the buck.
The company is still well behind Verizon and AT&T, but is showing some progress as it attempts to narrow the gap between itself and the big two.
Brooklyn and Bronx residents officially have 4G LTE, but the rest of New York is still left hanging.