For the first time, a carrier is selling expensive phones and tablets with zero-percent interest to customers with terrible credit.
According to OpenSignal, a company that tracks cellphone data speeds, mobile phone service in the United States is universally lousy compared with the rest of the world.
Mergers are all the rage these days, and in his bid to add a second U.S. carrier to his collection, Sprint Chairman Masayoshi Son isn't pulling punches.
The self-styled "un-carrier" has unveiled its latest effort to reinvent the phone market, and it could be worth hundreds -- if not thousands -- of dollars, depending on the size of your family.
Occupy has opened up the conversation about economic inequality in the U.S.; UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi has had her hand in more than just the UC system; and a woman says she had an affair with Herman Cain for more than a decade. These discoveries and more after the jump.