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Demand for mobile data will increase 10 times by 2020 — reaching about 25 exabytes a month (that's 25,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes) — up from the current 2.5 exabytes, according to Ericsson and Cisco. Mobile data networks are slowly evol...

 T-Mobile is the first in the world to offer an HTC Nexus 9 with LTE, with the tablet up for sale today via T-Mobile’s online store. It’ll cost you $24.99 or over 24 months, with $0 up front, or $599.76 all told – Just $120 mor...

 Apple unveiled new gadgets on stage today, but they didn’t discuss one of its most interesting new innovations – the Apple SIM. As detailed earlier by TechCrunch, the new SIM card lets you switch between participating carriers, whic...

Cricket Wireless displays will start showing up GameStop locations around the country as Cricket looks to expand its retail reach and GameStop invests more in its mobile sales. GameStop will start selling Cricket phones and plans in 2,800 stores ori...

Open Garden is teaming up with TrackR to connect its FireChat and bandwidth-sharing apps to TrackR's smart tags. Why? A FireChat user may one day help locate your lost luggage. Open Garden is using FireChat to build a network for the internet of thi...

Sprint's rural carrier partnership program has now grown to include 27 different operators, covering a population of 38 million. Sprint adds 15 new regional carriers to its LTE rural roaming program originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2...

Though AT&T didn't say it was stopping, its LTE network rollout is effectively complete, matching if not surpassing Verizon's in size. To get to the remainder of rural America, though, AT&T will need roaming deals. AT&T’s LTE network d...