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Never trust the first number announced in a data breach

Last week, T-Mobile revealed that hackers had stolen records for “approximately” 15 million of its customers. How approximate? If history is any guide, very approximate. 503 more words

Companies won’t learn from the T-Mobile/Experian hack -- Om Malik

Last Thursday, John Legere, the C.E.O. of T-Mobile, joined the ranks of the dozens of chief executives who, in the past few years, have had to inform their customers that their personal information has been stolen.

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Dear Jerk,

You probably saw me stammer through my phone number as I talked with the clerk at the T-Mobile counter. I was wearing a pair of jeans with an untucked button-up shirt. 472 more words


Which Android devices are getting Marshmallow and when?

Google has started rolling out Android 6.0, aka Marshmallow, to a handful of Nexus devices. But, as great as that is, there are still millions of people who have to wait for third-party manufacturers or carriers to get the update. 446 more words


T-Mobile lets you track the progress of your Marshmallow update

Many Android fans who aren’t yet ready to switch phones are craving to get a taste of that tasty Marshmallow (Android 6.0). It can be frustrating to have no idea when it’s coming, even when we’re reassured that it’s on its way. 145 more words


Never does a software update — of any kind — land without some group of users believing that it caused more problems than it solved. With Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which Google starting pushing out yesterday, it looks like Nexus 5 owners who use T-Mobile are that minority group of people. 154 more words


T-Mobile Confirmed 17 Devices Which Will Receive Android Marshmallow Update

Owners of some Nexus devices (Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Nexus 9, Nexus 7 2013, and Nexus Player) can already get a taste of Android 6.0 Marshmallow thanks to Google, who made the factory images available on its servers. 211 more words