The carrier launches a new tool aimed at enabling Wi-Fi calling in places where network coverage is spotty.
Can't afford the steep off-contract prices for Apple's new smartphones? T-Mobile joins other wireless carriers in aiming to make it easier for users to pay them off.
Apple certainly dominated the headlines over the past week, but it wasn't the only company with something to say. Let's take a look at the rest of the tech world.
The wireless carrier is expanding its existing Wi-Fi calling and texting service with promises of more coverage in the home and in the air.
For the first time since Sony took full control of its mobile business, it will launch a flagship smartphone in the US through T-Mobile, at the same time as everywhere else.
An HP report suggests the reclusive country's cyberwarfare capabilities are rapidly making it a threat to Western systems.
The French company doesn't want to pay more on its own, but is rounding up allies to help persuade Deutsche Telekom to sell its controlling interest in the US carrier.
Scientists are developing a method of controlling the flight muscles of moths wirelessly, instantly introducing a new term to the vocabulary of technophobes: the mothpocalypse.
The carrier is offering current customers -- and the people they bring over from the competition -- a year of unlimited LTE data for free.
These porcelain busts of presidents and dictators are actually computer speakers, so you can get down with your favorite head of state.