Cricket's Muve Music plan is a bright idea that's priced to sell to audiophiles, but there's still work to be done to overcome hardware and software flaws.
Normally $79.99, this highly automated app can turn smartphone, GoPro and other video clips into polished movies.
Cricket throws its once baked-in limitless music service out the window in favor of an upgraded offering for $6 per month.
As AT&T folds Aio and Cricket into one and relaunches its prepaid brand, the signature Muve Music service as we know it will be no more.
The new app from video editing company Muvee helps you make your GoPro action videos look great on the go.
With Taylor Swift recently pulling her catalog from Spotify to protest its "freemium" model, rival service Deezer is examining the best way to appeal to both customers and musicians. CNET chats with CEO Hans-Holger Albrecht.
A $10 bundle sold on Amazon will activate an unlocked GSM phone on AT&T's prepaid brand.
With its sub-$200 price tag, 4G LTE, and Android 4.1 OS, ZTE's Source is a prepaid smartphone for the budget-conscious.
The ZTE Source from Cricket Wireless sports a 4.5-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera, and the carrier's music streaming service, Muve Music.
The carrier's unique service plan, which offers unlimited music downloads for prepaid devices, has led to renewed growth for Cricket.