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.
That extra $10-per-month cost is probably not worth it.
An anti-regulation, pro-dealmaking US president could make for an interesting year for wireless and broadband companies.
The wireless company plans to unlock a capability in many of its flagship devices next year that's designed to amp up connection speeds.
The company announced a final software update to kill remaining Note 7 devices, but Verizon won't get on board for safety reasons.
The carriers, unlike Verizon Wireless, will release a software update after the holidays to make Samsung's device unusable.
The wireless carrier says the update, which would brick the device, could put customers who don't have another mobile phone in danger.
The online giant wants to jump-start personal drone deliveries; Pokemon Go tries to make a comeback; and Apple Music passes 20 million subscribers.
Niantic says it will begin releasing new digital monsters on December 12, while Sprint stores will become PokeStops and Gyms.
What's really going on with the iPhone 7's LTE connection? Apple's getting rid of their Airport Wireless routers and we like balloons.
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