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  • Sprint is the worst cellphone service provider, Consumer Reports says

    Sprint is the worst cellphone service provider, Consumer Reports says
    Sprint has landed at the bottom of Consumer Reports' annual ranking of cellphone service providers, dropping from the No. 2 spot last year. Sprint this year received "dismal marks" for value, voice, text and 4G reliability, according to the report,...
  • Amazon Prime membership can now be purchased as a gift

    Amazon Prime membership can now be purchased as a gift
    Timed for the holidays, Amazon.com has begun letting users send each other Amazon Prime memberships as gifts. Amazon Prime is a $79 service sold by the Seattle online retailer that gives members a number of benefits including free shipping on purchases....
  • Moto G launches early in U.S., available for $179 with no contract

    Moto G launches early in U.S., available for $179 with no contract
    Not wanting to miss out on the holiday shopping season, Motorola on Tuesday launched the Moto G in the U.S. two months earlier than it originally said it would. The Moto G is the latest device by the Google-owned phone maker, and it starts at $179...
  • AT&T to offer cheaper service for customers with no-contract phones

    AT&T to offer cheaper service for customers with no-contract phones
    AT&T is making a move next week to attract customers who use smartphones that are not under a wireless service contract. The carrier  announced Thursday that starting Dec. 8, customers with off-contract smartphones can choose a "no annual service...
  • State regulators weigh need for stronger cellphone privacy rules

    State regulators weigh need for stronger cellphone privacy rules
    SACRAMENTO — Amid growing concern about the hot-button issue of cellphone privacy, state regulators are considering whether California needs stronger protections. At issue before the Public Utilities Commission is whether it's time to update the...
  • Group files FCC petition to curb phone carriers' call-records sharing

    Group files FCC petition to curb phone carriers' call-records sharing
    A public-interest group filed a petition Wednesday with the Federal Communications Commission seeking a declaration that phone carriers are violating the Communications Act by sharing customers' call logs with third parties.   Public Knowledge, a...
  • Mobile carriers and FCC reach deal to allow smartphone unlocking

    Mobile carriers and FCC reach deal to allow smartphone unlocking
    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said a deal has been reached between the agency and mobile carriers that will make smartphone unlocking legal. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said the agreement will ensure customers are allowed to...
  • IPhone still king: 5s the top selling smartphone at U.S. carriers

    IPhone still king: 5s the top selling smartphone at U.S. carriers
    The iPhone 5s has been the top-selling smartphone at each of the four U.S. carriers since launching in September. According to data compiled by Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley, the Apple device has been the highest-selling phone for AT&T,...
  • Sprint may be looking to make a bid for T-Mobile

    Sprint may be looking to make a bid for T-Mobile
    Sprint Nextel Corp. is reportedly working on a bid for T-Mobile in a deal that could combine the No. 3 and No. 4 wireless carriers. Sprint could make a bid for its rival in the first half of next year, according to the Wall Street Journal, which cited...
  • AT&T to offer only one plan for new customers starting Oct. 25

    AT&T to offer only one plan for new customers starting Oct. 25
    AT&T said it will offer only its Mobile Share plan beginning Oct. 25, cutting out all other service options for new wireless customers. The Texas-based carrier introduced its Mobile Share plan a year ago. Under the plan, customers have unlimited talk...
  • Apple appears one step closer to rolling out Terminator-like iPhone

    Apple appears one step closer to rolling out Terminator-like iPhone
    A patent issued this week may signal that Apple is getting closer to using a super-strong alloy to build its iPhone and other devices. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent for "bulk amorphous alloy sheet forming processes" to Crucible...