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Windows Phone has a lot of catching up to do with iOS and Android, at least in terms of popularity and market share. iOS and Android may be considered two of the more established smartphone operating systems existing today, but Microsoft has been making efforts to join the conversation.
It is plain to see that T-Mobile is not done yet with its aggressive efforts to grab more customers, preferably away from its closest competitors.Just barely two weeks ago, the Uncarrier had expanded its Simple Choice plan, now allowing 10 lines of service for one plan.
Several months back, there have been rumors that Motorola has been developing a new version of the Moto G. According to hearsay, the new Moto G (dubbed as Moto G2) supposedly will boast new features and improvements over its predecessor.
It appears that the contest between T-Mobile and Sprint over plan pricing is not over yet.
When the Samsung Galaxy Alpha was announced earlier this month, many geeked out over the soon-to-hit-store-shelves device's metal frame.
Any mobile device techie will tell you that 64-bit smartphones became a reality with the release of the iPhone 5S. However, no other phone maker has been able to produce a 64-bit smartphone that runs on Android. Until now.
AT&T brand Cricket Wireless becomes the latest carrier to attempt to grab customers away from T-Mobile.Beginning Sunday, August 24, the prepaid wireless provider is waving a $100.00 bill credit for customers of T-Mobile and and MetroPCS who are currently considering switching to Cricket Wirel
Yet to be publicly announced, the Lumia 830 will be the next upper mid-range device to be released by Nokia, which is now owned by Microsoft. Like any other anticipated new phone model, the Lumia 830 has its own share of rumors and leaks associated with it.