Posts From Scott Webster
Verizon Wireless on Monday announced some new changes to its More Everything plans set to take effect later this week. Effective April 17, customers on a month-to-month plan can switch
Looking to pick up an Amazon Kindle Fire HD or Kindle Fire HD X tablet? There’s no time like the present! Amazon has slashed the price of the 16GB Kindle
The recently leaked Moto X+1 is expected to be sold with more than two dozen backplate options, according to evleaks. Reportedly, the Moto X successor will have 25 different colors
T-Mobile is calling on all wireless providers to put an end to the high fees that pain customers in the event of a data overage. T-Mobile president and CEO John
Today sees the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S5, likely the smartphone that will outsell all others this year. You’ll be able to pick one of these up from just
Looking to pick up a new Samsung Galaxy S5 or HTC One M8 over the next few days and weeks? What are you going to do with that old device?
T-Mobile’s Operation Tablet Freedom: 4G LTE tablets for same price as Wi-Fi models (plus free data!)
T-Mobile on Thursday outlined its second Un-carrier move in as many days. Starting on April 12 and running through the rest of the year, customers can add a 4G LTE
Well, that just about seals it for me. Google Play Music is now available in SONOS, meaning you can stream your entire library of uploaded music to your various connected
AT&T and Transit Wireless on Thursday confirmed intentions to expand wireless service in 242 New York City subway stations. Coverage is already available in 30 stations between midtown Manhattan and
T-Mobile on Wednesday introduced its latest service option, the $40 Simple Starter plan. Touted as part of something larger unfolding this week (Day 1 of 3), the plan provides unlimited
With the HTC One M8 hitting retail stores and carriers later this week, we’ve already started focusing our gaze on what’s next. Well, not entirely, but you get the point.
Popular web service IFTTT (If This, Then That) is just about ready deliver its Android application. After having already promised the app would soon be “coming soon”, recent rumblings suggest
U.S. Cellular on Monday introduced a couple of new options which could get customers to switch wireless carriers. Available immediately, three new Simple Connect plans allow for unlimited talk, text,