Sony's best attempt yet to compete with other flagship smartphones, the Xperia Z, is being released in the United States after a long wait following its launch in Japan and other countries. T-Mobile will carry the Xperia Z exclusively in the U.S. giving the "uncarrier" a new edge over its bigger rivals.
For the fourth year in a row, PCMag went on a road trip to test out the most common wireless networks in the United States, going from city to city in a minivan looking for signal. Their takeaway: AT&T is the fastest 4G LTE network, but Verizon Wireless is the most reliable.
The Nokia Lumia 521 has seen a drop price, courtesy of HSN.
T-Mobile HTC One owners began receiving an update earlier this week, and while details have been slim about what the new firmware brings to the table, it looks like it fixes the capacitive button issue that many HTC One owners have complained about.
It looks like the Sony Xperia Z will be hitting U.S. shores anytime now. While carriers still have not revealed an exact release date, the Xperia Z is now showing up in T-Mobile's support documents online.
Those looking to flash their shiny new Galaxy S4s with a dose of customization will be happy to know that CyanogenMod nightlies for the Galaxy S4 will now begin rolling out. All major carrier variants of the Galaxy S4 in the United States can now snag CyanogenMod 10.1 (CM 10.1), which is based off Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 owners on T-Mobile's network have received another treat from the carrier this week. Beginning on June 3, Magenta began rolling out an update containing some security fixes and a Samsung software known as "Smart Switch."
BlackBerry fans in the United States have an exciting week to look forward to. The keyboard-touting BlackBerry Q10 will begin making its debut on carriers T-Mobile and Verizon, while AT&T customers can finally begin pre-ordering their device.
T-Mobile is offering a limited time deal with a purchase of the Nokia Lumia 521.
The rumors of a launch date, previously reported on LatinosPost, for the BlackBerry Q10 on T-Mobile turned out to be correct, and this is good news for people who wanted the business-designed next generation smartphone without a contract carrier.
It looks like T-Mobile will be getting HTC's flagship smartphone, the HTC One, very soon. A source at TmoNews has told them that it's coming very soon, in early June, to T-Mobile stores nationwide, along with another top smartphone that is joining the network.
The Blackberry Q10, the company's newest incarnation of their ubiquitous full qwerty all-business phone, will be coming to T-Mobile in early June, according to a recent report from the T-Mobile watchers over at TmoNews.
BlackBerry's full-display touchscreen smartphone the Z10 might have proven popular with some BlackBerry enthusiasts, but there are many who lament the lack of a QWERTY keyboard. Luckily, the Q10 packs a physical keyboard and if a new report is to be believed, it could be landing on Verizon retail shelves around the rumored June 6 release date.
The Nokia Lumia 521 has finally made its way to T-Mobile online.
Pre-registration pages are now up for the BlackBerry Q10 from both AT&T and T-Mobile.