Despite the fact that it had one of its best years in recent history, and has attracted millions of new customers, AT&T has yer again been rated, by far, as the worst mobile phone provider in the US by Consumer Reports.
Well, it looks as if it's finally happening: AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon have announced their plans for a mobile commerce system allowing customers to pay for goods with a swipe of their phone.
In an effort to further increase its presence in the retail space, three Windows Phone 7 devices have just found their way to Radio Shack, one of the country's top retailers for mobile phone sales.
It didn't take more than a few minutes after it was noticed for BestBuy.com to take down a reference it had on its site to the "Nexus S" phone, but thanks to the power of the Internet now everyone is buzzing about it.
It appears to have been a successful launch for the Windows Phone 7 platform yesterday, as one of the handsets has already sold out. T-Mobile is no longer able to immediately fulfill orders for the HTC HD7 phone.
Just as it did for the groundbreaking Android 2.2 update, Google's only internally-developed mobile phone is reportedly likely to get the honors of being the first to receive an upgrade to Android 2.3.
In another blow to the future of RIM's Blackberry brand, Dell has announced it will terminate its corporate Blackberry contract and will give all of its employees brand new Dell mobile phones as a replacement.
T-Mobile is a huge, worldwide telecom company that probably doesn't spend as much time focusing on the US market as it should. But that has all changed now as the company has launched a brand new marketing campaign to create awareness of its new 4G network.
Sprint and Verizon's launch plans have been confirmed for Samsung's hopeful iPad killer, and now we're getting a look at what T-Mobile plans to do with the little device.
From a niche market to one that's quickly becoming the most important, mobile gaming is expected to continue to climb at an exhilarating rate for at least the next four years.
Details have just been announced for T-Mobile version of Samsung's iPad killer, the Galaxy Tab. Not only will it be the first mobile provider to begin selling the device, it'll also be available with a $200 discount.
Samsung's iPad killer, the Android-based Galaxy Tab, will be priced in the same range as the iPad but customers will be able to get discounts by signing up for 3G service contracts.
AT&T and T-Mobile have agreed to a deal that will bring mobile phone service to some of the most populated subway stations in New York City.
Although it hasn't yet launched its first phone to use its new high-speed network, T-Mobile is introducing a new handset that will make use of it.
T-Mobile recently told a federal judge that it maintained the right to withhold delivery of inappropriate text messages on its network.
AT&T's next-generation mobile network won't be up and running until about a year from now, making it the slowest of the major carriers to do so.
T-Mobile's flagship device to use its next-generation HSPA+ mobile data network is now available for pre-order, and that means we now know for sure what its price will be: $199.99.
Verizon's claim that it is the country's "most reliable network" is not just a lot of lofty marketing speak. It actually has the goods to prove it, as has been evidenced again by JD Power & Associate's latest data.
Sprint has been enjoying all the exposure it's getting with the nation's first deployed 4G network and 4G capable phones, but the tide will shift later this month when the G2 from T-Mobile hits store shelves.
Calmly rising up among a veritable swamp of Verizon iPhone discussion and rumors, a Tweet from Wired's editor in chief now suggests that T-Mobile will actually be the first outside of AT&T in the US to get its name on an Apple phone.