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Verizon is making a move to fix a loophole in its unlimited data plans. Starting August 24, users who want to upgrade their smartphones or activate their devices on a new service will need to get a data package for the full duration of their two-year plan.
After a few years of being almost exclusively in the smartphone telecom industry, it seems that Microsoft is changing course, a bit. Back in April 2014, Microsoft acquired Finnish tech company Nokia with the intent of becoming larger players in the smartphone industry.
The rivalry between wireless phone makers Apple and Samsung is stronger than ever, and as a result, September will be a huge month for smart phone enthusiast. As stated in our previous blog, Apple is planning to announce their newest phone, the iPhone 6, on September 9th.
Talks between Sprint and T-Mobile about a possible acquisition have ceased, according to an unnamed source.
Reports have shown that Apple is set to announce its new iPhone on September 9th. This release follows Apple's history of early to mid September releases. Apple is expected to unveil its new iPhone model which is rumored to be a larger model featuring a 4.7 inch display.
With stiff competition not only from rivals Apple (with the iPhone 5 series and soon to be iPhone 6), but also from other Android manufacturers like HTC and LG, Samsung has been looking to gain back influence and market share in the mobile phone industry.
Today marks another win for consumers in the telecommunications industry. Today, after Congress passed a bipartisan bill earlier in the year, President Barack Obama signed into law a bill that allows consumers to legally unlock their cell phones.
During the entire month of June, existing Sprint customers have the option to add device protection to their