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T-Mobile Launches Two New myTouch Phones from Huawei

T-Mobile's latest myTouch phones are inexpensive, but don't have the most cutting-edge specs.


Can Over-the-Top Voice Services Free You From Mobile Minutes Charges?

U.S. wireless carriers fear that Web voice services such as T-Mobile Bobsled will take a bite out of their profits. That could very well happen--and consumers could benefit.

T-Mobile USA CEO Philipp Humm Resigns

Philipp Humm has resigned as CEO of T-Mobile US, the fourth-largest U.S. mobile operator, and will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Jim Alling.

Verizon and T-Mobile Spectrum Swap: What's in it for Mobile Users?

Here's an idea of what big carrier bargaining may mean for your cell phone usage.


Android Phone Updates: A Comprehensive Guide

Is your phone on the list to receive the next major version of Google's Android OS? Consult our handy chart to see which phones get upgraded next.


Smartphones 2012: The Best Are Yet to Come

Thinking about buying a new mobile phone? You may want to hold off, once you see the amazing array of phone options arriving later this year.


Sprint and T-Mobile Reveal Galaxy S III Release, Price

UPDATE: Samsung's Galaxy S III will become available on both networks starting June 21, with U.S. Cellular marketing the phone in July.


Samsung Galaxy S III Landing on Five U.S. Carriers in June

Can't wait for Samsung's newest Android-powered smartphone? You can expect to get your hands on one by the end of this month.


Android Phones: Which Companies Do the Best Job With Android Updates?

Are you choosing a new Android phone? We evaluate which carriers and manufacturers have the strongest track record for delivering Android updates.


Months After Failed AT&T Merger, T-Mobile Champions Competitive Balance

Given its very recent attempts to merge with AT&T, you would think T-Mobile wouldn't be a vocal proponent of maintaining competitive balance in the wireless industry.