Plus, we talk about Amazon's hiring binge, Samsung's foldable phone and Peter Thiel's take on Apple.
Regulators say AT&T's DirecTV Now and Verizon's FreeBee program, which let you stream video without it counting as data, violate net neutrality.
AT&T and Verizon are clamping down on their heaviest users. Does this play into T-Mobile's narrative about greedy carriers?
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Commentary: In a new, slightly creepy ad, a daughter worries about her itchy head. What's the cause? AT&T. Some viewers are appalled.
They still would need Justice Department approval of the $85 billion deal.
The colorful John Legere sees Google as a potential new competitor in wireless in the new year and speculates that Verizon and Comcast may try to merge.
CEO John Legere, at CES to promote the carrier's unlimited-only data plans, touts another strong quarter of subscriber growth.
The company's Un-carrier Next event kills off taxes and fees and offers low-data users a $10 credit. All to get you to sign up for the T-Mobile One unlimited plan.
In a testbed for developing other 5G services, the network wants to see how the next-gen wireless tech handles heavy amounts of video traffic.
Self-driving cars? Internet of things? Virtual reality chat? 5G could be the catalyst that powers everything.
In today's tech news, make way for all those new holiday gifts by recycling or selling older devices.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.