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The biggest tech turkeys of 2015

The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.

By November 24, 2015


LG Leon (T-Mobile)

The LG Leon is a passable budget smartphone, but it's worth spending a little more for the Motorola Moto G or the 4.7-inch Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3.

By October 14, 2015

3 stars Editors' rating October 14, 2015

T-Mobile offers Sprint customers $200 credit to switch

The latest promotion in T-Mobile's holiday blitz goes after its rival carrier head-on.

By November 25, 2015


T-Mobile's video free-for-all: Everything you need to know about Binge On (FAQ)

The nation's third-largest wireless carrier says you can stream videos to your phone without eating up your data allotment. CNET breaks down the details of the plans.

By November 11, 2015


Can BlackBerry make a comeback? T-Mobile CEO thinks so

T-Mobile CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert share their thoughts on the wireless world via a word association game.

By November 16, 2015


How T-Mobile's new data plans stack up

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains who benefits from T-Mobile's new data plans and who doesn't.

By November 15, 2015


Is T-Mobile's unlimited video streaming actually good for consumers?

Consumer advocates warn that while Binge On offers the short-term benefit of letting you gorge on the go, it could hurt innovation in the long run.

By November 13, 2015


T-Mobile will let you stream video without eating up your data

"Binge On," which incorporates services like Netflix, WatchESPN and even Verizon's Go90, is the company's latest move designed to shake up the industry.

By November 10, 2015


T-Mobile to give customers twice the data for the same price

At least for existing customers. T-Mobile is raising the prices for its different tiers, although they all come with more data.

By November 10, 2015


T-Mobile CEO thinks BlackBerry is poised for a comeback

T-Mobile CEO John Legere and Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert play a little game of word association with CNET.

By November 16, 2015