Apple releases iOS 11.3.1, improves security and fixes an iPhone 8 issue

Apple has just released a new iOS update less than a month since the last one and judging by the changelog, the update is

Cricket Wireless Renames Its Unlimited Plans

If you’ve recently visited Cricket Wireless’ website to look at their unlimited plans, you may have gotten confused with the ones available. That’s because

New iPad ads highlight Apple Pencil features

Apple’s focused efforts on promoting the new iPad 9.7 + Apple Pencil combo continue in a series of new ads highlighting what the two

Google continues to drive revenue growth at Alphabet in Q1 2018

Alphabet’s quarterly revenue and profits are up significantly versus last year. The parent company behind Google has a pretty solid track record when it

Apple may have snitched on Verizon and AT&T for the eSIM collusion investigation

Tucked inside the usual Friday news dump last week, was a story that the Department of Justice is investigating Verizon, AT&T, and the GSMA

Prepaid Phones on Sale This Week: Apr 22 – Apr 28

Welcome to the latest edition of Prepaid Phone News’ Prepaid Phones on Sale this Week feature. Here are the best current deals on prepaid

Microsoft Surface Phone: still in the cards?

A year ago Microsoft removed phone-related API’s from Windows 10 builds. This basically solidified that they were shifting focus away from having any software

Google app gets updated to version 8.0, includes new feature “Your People” which is not yet live

The Google app for Android has been updated to version 8.0. One new item is the addition of the “Your People” page, which apparently

Cricket to Limit Customers to One New Discounted Phone Every 90 Days

According to YouTube vlogger John at MagicTechReviews, a negative change is coming to ATT’s Cricket prepaid brand. Starting April 27, Cricket will limit users to purchasung

While under oath, AT&T’s CEO reveals $15/month TV streaming service for mobile devices

Plenty of strange things have been revealed by people testifying under oath. But what came out of Randall Stephenson’s testimony yesterday might have been