T-Mobile rolls out a new premium insurance package for customers

T-Mobile has announced a new mobile device and insurance package for their wireless customers, and it’s easily the most comprehensive thing that’s currently in the market. For $15 per month you get the usual accidental damage protection, extended warranty, and some cloud backup services, but it also includes identity theft protection, security features like a password manager, and personal technical support.

Camera Shootout: BlackBerry KeyOne vs OnePlus 3T vs Apple iPhone 7

If you’re like the average smartphone buyer, the camera on that shiny new device is probably one of the biggest deciding factors on what you go with. There’s nothing wrong with that, either; manufacturers spend more marketing time with the camera than most other pieces of the smartphone, and for good reason. Your phone captures your memories as you hang out with your friends, or watch your kids grow up, or, if you’re like me, way too many pictures of your pets.

Sprint’s Magic Box is a quick and small solution to building out their network

Sprint talks up their reliability next to Verizon, but when it comes to coverage and speed, it’s really tough to spin Sprint’s network as anything but mediocre. They’ve struggled to build up their network to stay competitive with the big guys, and T-Mobile has overtaken them from behind. Despite all of that, however, Sprint might have just found a magic bullet for its wireless woes.

Nokia 6 receives FCC certification as it heads for the U.S.

Nokia made a splash during MWC 2017 when it announced its new Android smartphones, the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3. High-end, midrange, and lower end, respectively, Nokia is aiming to bring strong Android phones globally at lower costs. For those in the U.S. hoping to get their hands on the beast of the trio, the Nokia 6, you may not have to wait much longer as the device has popped up for FCC certification.