T-Mobile announced today that the carrier is rolling out Marshmallow to the BlackBerry Priv.
One of Project Fi’s promises for users is to make sure they always have the best connection available. This is achieved by having Project Fi devices constantly assess the current connection and adjust in real time for an alternate if available, even if this means switching between Wi-Fi and cellular networks. In a move to make high quality connections more readily available, Google announced today that they are partnering with U.S. Cellular for that carrier to become the third partner cellular network for Project Fi. Read more
It looks like BlackBerry just can’t hop off the bad news train this week. Just yesterday we heard from AT&T that the Blackberry Priv hasn’t sold very well, and now today it looks like T-Mobile has stopped selling the device altogether.
Good news! T-Mobile Tuesdays is working properly now. THANK YOU for being such awesome & patient Un-carrier customers! #GetThanked
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) June 7, 2016
Update (6/7/16 @ 7:35PM ET): T-Mobile says the servers are now ready for customers to make requests. CEO John Legere and COO Mike Sievert both said on Twitter that the company will “make it right” later this week.
T-Mobile Tuesdays was introduced during the Un-carrier 11 launch event in New York City on Monday afternoon. The program rewards T-Mobile customers with free gifts every week along with special prizes. And it’s all because the carrier wants to express gratitude for receiving help from customers in its journey to reshape the wireless industry.
Because the program goes live on June 7, the T-Mobile Tuesdays app is ready to be downloaded and installed from Google Play.
The Priv seemed like BlackBerry’s last effort to fight back into a market that left the company for dead, but at first glance, things looked pretty positive. Sales weren’t knocking Samsung and Apple out, but the Priv seemed to hold its own.
According to AT&T, though, that may not be entirely true. Read more
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active is an exclusive device for AT&T customers. Only those who belong to AT&T can purchase the ultra-durable phone that doesn’t give up the high-end specifications we’re used to with the Galaxy S7. Samsung kept the high resolution display, snappy processor, and a versatile camera. The real difference between the Galaxy S7 Active and the Galaxy S7 is design as the former is ready for drops and spills of all types, and Samsung raised the battery capacity up to 4000mAh.
Hit the break for the spec sheet.