Once left for dead, the company has shown signs of life and is attempting to gain momentum with an updated version of its iconic phone.
T-Mobile and Sprint both made big strides this past quarter.
The two big carriers are looking to the spectrum auction to boost their capabilities over competitors.
There are plenty of trends tech investors should watch in 2015, but here are three to keep a close eye on.
Sprint and T-Mobile look cheap, and they are poised to overcome their biggest pain points in 2015. And it's never a bad time to buy into quality companies like American Tower.
The Un-carrier is letting customers hold onto unused data and just expanded its LTE connections.
The outspoken CEO was at his hyped-up, foulmouthed best as he laid out the company's latest attempt to disrupt the wireless industry.
China is leading the world with Internet of Things connections, but the U.S. might have the biggest growth opportunities.
The company is suspected of "cramming" customer bills with unauthorized charges.
T-Mobile is ripping a page from AT&T's empire-building playbook, but there's reason to doubt that T-Mobile's new "Data Stash" will change the game like rollover minutes did a decade ago.