Today, Ashley and Rich wonder if T-Mobile's newest Uncarrier initiative is good (or bad) for consumers. Also, Lego's got a new trick up its sleeve that blends digital and physical toys, a number nerd displays the "correct" way to slice up a cake, and we discuss your thoughts on the Amazon Fire smartphone.
The company plays catchup with Apple on the education front with its recently acquired education app's debut on the Kindle Fire tablet.
The free app from Lumosity doesn't do a lot to train your brain, and for the cost of the paid subscription, you don't get much more.
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Big Blue confirms it's commencing workforce cuts, but declines to put a number on the job losses. A source tells CNET the layoffs entail up to 25 percent in the Systems and Technology group.
In an interview with CNET, T-Mobile's Neville Ray talks about the carrier's plan to fill out its coverage and why it's picking a fight with Verizon.
A new billboard for the Surface 2 features an Excel calculation that seems not to stand up when, for example, using one's fingers.
Amazon continues to make a push into education tech, an area Apple's been trying to conquer as well.
As Sony seeks "new ways to innovate" its movie and music business, it creates the role of president for the unit and promotes an insider.
Think your beloved superhero is as hunky as Chris Evans? The real Cap' is more likely to be overweight and behind in school.
But Kazuo Hirai does say that he would consider taking on an equity partner for Sony's TV business.