T-Mobile’s Binge On program was launched about eight months ago and the carrier has rapidly scaled it up. It announced today that more than 100 video providers now support Binge On, enabling the carrier’s customers to stream video from them without ever having it count against their monthly data allowance. The list of supported services has quadrupled over the eight months since Binge On was launched.
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BlackBerry said it would talk about new handsets this week and it has kept that promise. The company today announced its second Android-powered smartphone, it has a very unusual name, it’s called the DTEK50. BlackBerry touts it as “the world’s most secure Android smartphone.” Pre-orders for the handset are now open in the United States as well as in a handful of markets across the globe.
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