T-Mobile chief executive John Legere is upset about customers stealing data from the carrier. In an open letter on T-Mobile’s site, he writes that starting on August 31, his company will be targeting 3,000
Google is spending a lot of its marketing efforts around the OnHub talking about its design, and rightly so. The OnHub doesn’t look like any traditional router, save for perhaps Apple’s AirPort Extreme.
A series of hands-on images and specs about Sony’s upcoming trio of smartphones – Xperia Z5, Z5 Compact, and Z5 Premium – leaked yesterday, and now what appears to be the original source of the info has
T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere, posted a lengthy open letter over the weekend warning customers that those exploiting the network to download beyond the limits of its “unlimited plan” will be actively sought
And the market responded: The Google OnHub sold out of preorders almost as soon as it went up on Google's Play Store and on Amazon. On Monday, the Google OnHub goes on sale to the general public. After
Foreign spy services, especially in China and Russia, are aggressively aggregating and cross-indexing hacked U.S. computer databases — including security clearance applications, airline records and medical
If you're like me, a cold feeling of dread grips your heart every time your internet goes out. "Is Comcast down," I ask myself, "or is my horrible router misbehaving yet again?" This usually follows 10
T-Mobile’s John Legere has published an open letter to its consumers, informing them about upcoming action to be taken against individuals who have been “stealing data from T-Mobile”. While that might