Month: May 2012

T-Mobile debuts no contract mobile broadband “passes”

Want to power up your tablet or your laptop on the go but don’t want to add another data contract to your collection? T-Mobile recently introduced its new No Annual Contract mobile broadband service passes, in hopes of getting more users to try its faux 4G (but way faster than 3G) speeds. Customers can get

Cricket Wireless to offer prepaid iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S June 22

Cricket Wireless announced today that it would offer the Apple iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S to its customers beginning June 22. Both phones will come with a pre-paid plan that includes no credit check. The plan also includes unlimited talk, text and data. Customers will have to buy the phone outright to use it. There’s

DirecTV iPad app is great but adds a bonus: it’s storm proof

Now, one of our favorite iPad apps is the DirecTV one, which lets you watch a fair selection of channels live as well as control your television programming with an interface that’s simply better than the old white remote ever was. Of course, you have to be on your home WiFi network to watch live.

Will the next iPhone have a 4-inch screen?

One of the biggest fan requests for the next iPhone, be it iPhone 5 or iPhone 4SX or the “new” iPhone — or whatever Tim Cook & Co. decide to call it — has been a bigger screen. It appears that Apple is about to give many of its fans what they want. The Wall

Samsung unveils all new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone

Samsung’s newest smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, is large — 4.8 inches big — and thin and light. It’s also pretty stunning to look at. With an 8 megapixel camera in the back and a 1.9 megapixel in the front, it’ll shoot great pictures and do great video calling, too. The phone will even