In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why Verizon's Safe Mode feature may not be all it's cracked up to be.
Technically Incorrect: In a new ad featuring former Verizon spokesman Paul Marcarelli, Sprint suggests that Goliath is scared of David.
The tech industry is joining forces with federal regulators to put an end to unwanted automated phone calls.
The pitch: You'll get more data for your money, and prices drop if you sign up for a larger plan. Plus, AT&T says it's dropping overage fees.
Tweet from known leaker Evan Blass places quotation marks around Nexus. What could that mean?
The social network is going after click-bait stories, Apple asks hackers to test its security and T-Mobile promises to match Verizon's wireless coverage next year.
The phone will be landing on August 11 for just $144 with no commitment.
T-Mobile says it's ready to compete not just on speed, but breadth of coverage too.
We also laser in on the Galaxy Note 7 iris scanner, and the fastest wireless carrier in the US.
T-Mobile came out a winner in the latest results from a wireless testing firm.
This could greatly expand the capabilities of its Hum OBD plug-in device.
Now developers can create magnetic, modular accessories for the Moto Z on their own.
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