From the monthly archives:

March 2016

Taking the “Phone” out of “Smartphone”: T-Mobile Set to Unveil Data-Only Plans

by Matt Klassen on March 31, 2016

FBI accesses terrorist iPhone, DOJ case against Apple dropped, state of encryption more tenuous than ever

by Matt Klassen on March 30, 2016

Netflix Admits to Throttling Streaming Video on Major Networks

by Matt Klassen on March 29, 2016

Verizon’s Love/Hate Relationship with Net Neutrality

by Matt Klassen on March 28, 2016

Apple thinks the iPad Pro will replace laptops, but businesses aren’t so sure

by Jeff Wiener on March 28, 2016

Israel’s Cellebrite Assisting FBI in iPhone Encryption Break

by Matt Klassen on March 24, 2016

FBI has a “possible method” for breaking iPhone encryption (but is that a good thing?)

by Matt Klassen on March 23, 2016

Apple unveils new gadgets with little hype and even less fanfare

by Matt Klassen on March 22, 2016

T-Mobile finally adds YouTube to Binge On

by Matt Klassen on March 21, 2016

Smartphones are ill-equipped to handle a life crisis, study finds

by Matt Klassen on March 18, 2016