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Android 5.1 Soak Test Rolling Out To The 2014 Moto X On Verizon

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Report: Motorola DROID Turbo Soak Test Set To Begin Soon, Owners Hope For Lollipop 5.1 Upgrade

The DROID Turbo is the most powerful phone in Motorola's lineup (tied with the larger Nexus 6 for most of its specs), and it's Verizon's exclusive flagship in the United States. It's also running Android KitKat, as it has been since launch, well after all of the other manufacturers have upgraded their leading phones to Android 5.0 at the very least. Motorola executives promised an upgrade straight to Android 5.1... over two months ago.

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T-Mobile Introduces JUMP! On Demand Leasing Plan With Three Upgrades A Year In Its First Un-carrier Amped Announcement

Today T-Mobile has announced Un-carrier Amped, which is basically this: you take an existing Un-carrier announcement, and you amp it up. Simple.

Un-carrier 2.0 will be the first to receive such amptituding. For those that don't remember, T-Mobile's second carrier-busting announcement introduced its JUMP!

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Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge On US Cellular Get Android 5.1.1 OTA Update, 2nd Gen Moto X Begins 5.1 Soak Test

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Sprint's LG G3 Gets A Small Update To Enable Factory Reset Protection

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T-Mobile Begins Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 5.1.1 Rollout

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Galaxy S6 Android 5.1.1 Update On T-Mobile Added RAW Photo Support, But Not In The Stock Camera App (Yet)

The T-Mobile Galaxy S6/S6Edge is (strangely) the only variant that currently has an official Android 5.1.1 build, and it turns out there's an interesting little bonus hiding inside. Samsung has added support for RAW photography to the Galaxy S6 in this update. The catch is that it's not supported in the stock app at this time.

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WSJ: Sprint Stops Throttling Unlimited Plans Following New FCC Rules

The Federal Communications Commission is taking action, and wireless carriers are now on guard. Once the government department's new net-neutrality rules took effect on Friday, Sprint stopped throttling customers on unlimited plans, according to The Wall Street Journal. The carrier says its policy would have been allowed under the new rules, but it made the change anyway just to be sure.

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Sprint made this decision a few days before the FCC fined AT&T $100 million for making misleading promises of unlimited data.

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The FCC Plans To Fine AT&T Mobility $100 Million For Misleading 'Unlimited' Data Plans

It's been almost eight months since the Federal Communications Commission opened its lawsuit against AT&T for misleading statements on its "unlimited" data plans. Today the Commission announced its intention (PDF link) to fine the wireless company $100 million for failing to notify its customers that going over unspecified data limits on an "unlimited" plan would result in severely reduced or "throttled" speed, well below advertised speeds, violating the 2010 Open Internet Transparency Rule.

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Rumor: T-Mobile's German Parent Company May Want To Sell The Carrier To... Comcast

T-Mobile has been responsible for seriously shaking up the American cellular carrier for the last couple of years, disrupting nearly every area from contracts to phone subsidies to data sales models. So hearing that T-Mo's parent company Deutsche Telekom may be interested in selling it off is somewhat alarming. Hearing that they may be interested in selling to Comcast, quantifiably one of the most despised companies in the entire country, is like watching that head-crushing scene from Game of Thrones all over again.

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