Scribblenauts Unlimited continues the franchise's penchant for ridiculousness, though lackluster puzzles temper the excitement.
On the heels of a major FCC fine, the wireless carrier increases the threshold at which it starts slowing down service to 22GB of data a month, almost five times its previous cap.
Allowing parents to take off as much time as the like during their children's first year, the policy aims to retain talent in tech's competitive landscape.
The change in the plan, which Sprint argues is still less than T-Mobile's unlimited plan, will take effect on October 16.
Well, now there's no incentive to give up your unlimited data plan.
The new international feature will automatically tack on to select plans starting in August.
CNET's Marguerite Reardon helps subscribers to AT&T and Verizon unlimited wireless-data plans figure out how or if they should keep their "grandfathered" service.
The company's promotion will allow people to call Mexico all they want, as well as use their devices in the country, free of charge until 2016.
The FCC is dragging its feet on granting AT&T a waiver to offer a Wi-Fi calling feature, while letting competitors go ahead, says the company. The feature fails to meet accessibility rules for the disabled.
Helio, which flamed out five years ago, is taking on the US wireless market with a new parent company and simple $29-a-month plan.