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Even though we're not getting the OnePlus 7 in the United States, OnePlus has an ace up its sleeve. Click to find out why we're okay with missing out.
Could Google introduce new phones to its Pixel device lineup at its annual Google I/O developer conference? All signs suggest this to be the case.
It's a big day for Samsung as its Galaxy S10 line of phones is now available. With multiple models offered across multiple carriers, it's...
Break ups can be bittersweet and T-Mobile is looking to make National Break Up with your Carrier Day the sweetest of all.
T-Mobile is in limbo. The company announced a merger with fourth place carrier Sprint what feels like years ago. Since then, Team Magenta has...
Are you a T-Mobile subscriber on the hunt for a new smartphone? Here are the best Android handsets you can choose from today.
Give yourself the gift of extra money in your pocket this season. The Mint Mobile Black Friday deal gives users a lot of data for just a little bit of cash.
T-Mobile's latest pair of phones, the REVVL 2 and REVVL 2 Plus, join the carrier's roster on Novermber 16. Here's what you need to know about them.
OnePlus 6T officially announced today, coming to T-Mobile with in display fingerprint scanner and...
After all the leaks and all the waiting, the OnePlus 6T is finally official and coming to T-Mobile starting November 1.
Don't make a tech purchase without checking for sales, discounts, or promotions. Here's a bunch of phones, tablets, and other gear with bargain pricing.
Buying a new phone can sometimes be overwhelming. Let us help you cut through the clutter to find the right one. Here are the best phones at Metro today.
In today's edition of In Brief, Google dodges a major lawsuit, the upcoming Pixel Slate leaks again, and we see leaks of Android Pie on the Galaxy Note 9.
The LG V40 has been officially announced and now is the time to start checking when and where you can get your hands on LG's new flagship for creators.
If you only have a budget of $200 or less to work with, you've still got plenty of options. Here's what each of the big providers have at that price.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have entered a collaboration for a new intiative called Project Verify, whcih aims to eliminate passwords.