After Raising $8.3M, Jibe Mobile Signs MetroPCS To Its Joyn-Approved Voice, Video And Chat Cloud

When it comes to popular mobile apps for messaging and sharing content like Facebook and Twitter, carriers have been on the edges of the picture as data network providers rather than the developers of

Huawei Launches $149 Activa 4G For MetroPCS, Cleverly Avoids Competition With Its First U.S.-Bound 4G LTE Device

Huawei has been relatively quiet of late. Aside from Ascend D Quad smartphone we saw announced back at MWC, the company hasn't been very present on U.S. shores. But with LTE hitting its stride, the co

MetroPCS Launching Live Mobile TV Service Later This Year

Today, <a href="">MetroPCS</a> has announced a partnership with the <a href="">Mobile Content Venture</a> (MCV) on a new service that will bring live digi

AT&T Talks Asset Sales With Rivals In Time For First Hearing

It should come as no surprise that AT&T may have to <a href="">make a few sacrifices</a> to sett

MetroPCS brings its LTE hoodoo to Boston, New York City, and Sacramento Metro Areas

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MetroPCS launches LTE in San Francisco, still only one compatible featurephone

<img src="" />If you're the type of person that craves high download speeds, but doesn't go for the whole "smartphone" thing (plus y

MetroPCS is getting a Windows Mobile phone!

MetroPCS has been around since 1994. Windows Mobile has been around in one form or another since 2000. You think at some point their paths would have crossed, right? Nope – not until now, at lea

MetroPCS launches the Samsung Messager II

Damn it, Samsung. Really? You’re carrying on with this “Messager” non-sense? Yeah, yeah, it’s a perfectly valid (if obsolete) synonym for “Messenger”, but so is &#8

MetroPCS gets the nearly vintage Motorola Hint QA30

Whoa-ho-ho! Way to keep these releases on lock, MetroPCS! Striking while the iron is luke warm, they’ve released the Motorola QA30, a mere six months after it first became available. With Stereo

MetroPCS will allow the activation of other carriers’ phones on its service

MetroPCS Communications Inc, a Dallas-based wireless carrier, is allowing customers to bring phones from other carriers to its network. Supposedly this is one of the largest carriers to do such a thin

Review: ZTE C88 for MetroPCS

When choosing a cell phone, you look at price and features with the former being the biggest player, right? Ok, calling/data plans are also a big deal, but most consumers just want a cheap phone regar

ZTE enters US market with MetroPCS

Today marks ZTE’s (who?) first crack into the US market with a CDMA clamshell for MetroPCS. The C88 features a VGA camera, Bluetooth, e-mail (@metro), 2-inch screen, WAP, 60MB of built-in memory

MetroPCS gets slider from Samsung

Samsung has announced the r410. The latest slider from Samsung has a QWERTY keyboard, stereo Bluetooth, speakerphone (wow!), a built-in VGA camera with night shot, advanced voice recognition, IM and e

MetroPCS withdraws Leap Wireless bid

What is it with these two companies? First, they’re more in love than a CBS soap opera. Next thing you know, they’re splitting up and stock is tanking. What’s the deal here? Seems Me