CNET editors choose the best 802.11ac networking devices, including wireless routers.
At its press conference today in New York, T-Mobile announced several handsets coming to its 4G LTE network, as well as the Sonic 2.0 mobile hotspot.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon touts T-Mobile's new no-contract plans for iPhone users jumping ship from other carriers, and offers advice on which trade-in program to use.
T-Mobile's no-contracts, no-subsidy plans could lead to more device interoperability and lower prices on handsets across the industry.
If realized, the proposed "anytime upgrade" plan would let members pay a small fee to upgrade as often as twice a year. Gadget fanatics could readily trade up to the latest, greatest smartphone.
T-Mobile is the first U.S. carrier to officially announce its plans to release Samsung's new flagship phone.
T-Mobile joins the other nationwide wireless carriers in kicking off its new 4G LTE wireless network, which will bring even speedier service to its customers.
The company announced the news at its "Uncarrier" event in New York today. It will begin selling the iPhone 5 on Friday, April 12, for a $99.99 down payment.
There's a lot of confusion over whether T-Mobile's new plans are a good thing. CNET breaks it down for you.
John Legere makes a passionate pitch for how T-Mobile aims to change the wireless game in the U.S. with new no-contract plans, an upstart 4G LTE network, and at long last, the iPhone.
Screenshot leaked to TMO News shows the arrival of at least a trio of LTE-enabled devices, including the recently-released BlackBerry Z10.