Just to remind everyone who’s eyeing to get the new iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus on September 19, preorders for Apple’s latest iPhone has just been opened. You can place your order from Apple,Verizon, Sprint, AT&T or T-Mobile. Be quick, though, because I’m pretty sure stock will quickly run out. As of this writing, all three U.S. carriers have opened up their preorder sites while all Apple Store are still down [Ed. I just ordered mine through the Apple Store app. The website continues to be down.]
For reasons that are really beyond our comprehension, Sony has never been able to appeal to America’s big four wireless carriers. With the worthy exception of T-Mobile, which was itself a little late to pick up the Xperia Z and Z1, the major networks inexplicably and stubbornly ignored Xperia devices over and over again, refusing to crack under the public pressures of innovation-savvy consumers.
For years, Sharp has been designing cool smartphones that haven't gotten within hundreds of miles of the North American market. But now, that's about to change.
Sprint’s poorly named and even worse-advertised “Framily” discount plan is no more, as of later this week. Is the Hamster Dad gone too? Most likely.
Best Buy is the only place to buy the special edition Samsung Galaxy S5 in electric blue, for just $99, the company said this week.
Walmart has significantly reduced the price of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, starting today. According to a new report from CNET, the retailer slashed the price of the iPhone 5s to $99, while the iPhone 5c now comes with a $29 price tag. It’s worth noting that these prices require customers to sign a two-year contract with AT&T, Verizon or Sprint.
The Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing combined to present a “High-Resolution Audio Experience” as part of CE Week NYC on Tuesday evening, June 24. Two floors of the Jungle City Studios were packed with press and vendors for the listening event, which showcased equipment, high-res recordings and the people who create both.
If Sprint's merger with T-Mobile goes through, not only will T-Mobile's John Legere take over as CEO, but the combined company would drop the Sprint name, according to a CNBC report.
With the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile reportedly near, the question is raised of who will run the combined company.