T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 2 gets a flaw-fixing update today while Sprint promises to roll out a patch for the Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G in the next 30 days.
A touchscreen-capable hotspot and a phone for first timers hit the carrier mid-month for under $100.
The smartphone market is dominated by Apple and Samsung so much that the two companies are taking more than 100 percent of the pie.
Facebook updated its Messenger and Android apps as part of a hectic few days of trials and policy changes.
Sprint's iDEN to Direct Connect transition is being complicated by AT&T and its attempt to bring customers over to Enhanced PTT.
The Android 4.1 update for T-Mobile's version of the smartphone is available to those willing to take a chance.