The company has made big improvements, but it has a way to further close the gap.
The Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P will be attractive to a broader swath of customers than last year's Nexus 6, which should lure more people to Google's upstart mobile virtual network, Project Fi.
Subscribers to Big Red can now get a new iPhone every single year.
Microsoft recently released two high-end smartphones, but the company is only partnering with AT&T to sell the devices.
The Un-carrier isn't giving up anytime soon and should keep grabbing customers from all of its rivals.
The company is raising prices for its grandfathered customers.
It's not just publishers and websites -- carriers have a vested interest in you not using ad blockers as well.
Sprint's claim that its spectrum portfolio is already in good shape is a flimsy excuse for not participating in next year's spectrum auction.
Sprint needs to turn around its financial position, and cutting spending will be just one part of the process.
Sprint needs more revenue, and it's looking for its low-priced unlimited plans to carry more of the burden.