Instead of complaining about the FCC's decision to squash the T-Mobile merger and blaming the agency for raising prices, AT&T needs to shut up and move on.
If you missed the latest episode of "Game of Thrones" on HBO Sunday night, you'll want to steer clear of a few Google services until you get caught up, as Crave's Eric Mack discovered firsthand.
In a statement released today, Sprint thanked departing FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski for his service and for blocking AT&T's 2011 bid for T-Mobile.
Could you live, travel, and work with only a tablet? A laptop? Or do we need a new "everything" device? Crave's Eric Mack continues to travel far and wide in search of perfection.
A Quick Starter feature available for Samsung's Windows 8 computers and tablets offers both a Start button and a toolbar.
As part of a rebranding effort, T-Mobile's new ad campaign puts spokesmodel Carly Foulkes on a motorcycle with a promise that she's no longer nice.
Carriers shouldn't charge customers for remaining loyal. But for customers who pay an upgrade fee even when they sign a new contract, that's exactly that happens.
Just how many more people can AT&T upset? Kent German, CNET mobile section editor is one, and he may have been one too many. Also, how about the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx, which is probably what the original Droid Razr should have been? We chat about these topics plus all this week's latest news in smartphones.
The Galaxy Nexus goes on sale in Australia while Verizon promises us it is still on track to go on sale in the U.S. this year. We have 2 weeks left and we're placing bets. We take a look at a $99 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet with a $60 shipping fee and we analyze which Android Apps are the most popular.
Apple's strategy of dealing with problems in its products is to ignore or deny and then act when the outcry gets loud enough. That might fly with cracked MacBooks or iPhone 4 death grip issues, but that response to security issues leaves its own customers out in the cold.