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You can now buy Samsung's first 5G smartphone, but its main selling point will be useless until more cities get 5G


You can now preorder Samsung's $1,300 Galaxy S10 5G from Verizon, and the carrier is soon rolling out 5G to 20 more cities


AT&T's controversial use of the term 5G 'E' even fooled tech billionaire Marc Benioff



AT&T's controversial '5G E' network is actually slower than existing LTE networks operated by Verizon and T-Mobile, according to tests in a new report


Here's how the 'unlimited' plans from Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile compare


The most popular smartphone maker you've never heard of might finally make phones that work on the biggest carrier in the US



The best-kept secret in smartphones is coming to a US carrier for the first time ever


There's no longer an excuse for late Android updates: If this tiny smartphone company can support Android P on the same day as Google, so can everyone else


If you preorder LG's new iPhone X clone, you can get a free 4K HDR TV -- but only if you live in Canada


These are the best iPhone X models to buy if you want the flexibility to switch to any carrier


Verizon just announced new unlimited plans, with some good news -- and some bad news


Apple will reportedly release an Apple Watch with its own internet connection by the end of the year



T-Mobile just raised the price of its best 'unlimited' data plan


You couldn't use the very first iPhone anymore -- even if you wanted to


Watch this US Navy aircraft carrier make some incredible high speed turns in the Atlantic Ocean


Virgin Mobile, Sprint's prepaid brand, will only sell iPhones from now on



Sprint is offering an aggressive deal: a free year of 'unlimited' data for people who switch from Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile


Andy Rubin's Essential phone will be a Sprint 'exclusive' -- but you can use it on other carriers if you want


Watch a US Navy assault ship fire at an inflatable 'killer tomato'


Verizon and AT&T both launched misleading services this week -- and it points to a larger problem