MOBILE, Ala. - If you're thinking of upgrading your smartphone to the super fast 4G network, get ready to spend about $40 more a month.
A new report by Cisco says Americans are expected to use 6.2 gigabytes of data on their mobile devices each month in the year 2017. That's 745% more than we use now. The reason: we'll be watching more video on our phones and tablets.
Apple starts selling its new iPad yesterday, dubbed the "iPad Pro". The new iPad is a 128 gigabyte version of its fourth generation iPad. To get that extra storage, the iPad Pro will cost you an extra $100.
The new iPad starts at $799 for Wi-Fi only, and $929 for high-speed connectivity.
Starting in 2016, Netflix will begin streaming the newer Disney feature movies. Some classics are available now. Netflix and Disney would not talk about the financial terms of the three-year deal , but it appears to be valued at a lot, around $300 million a year to Disney.
Here in the U.S., you'll have to wait until next month if you want the new Blackberry Z-10 touch screen phone, but it's already making a big splash in Canada where it's selling like hot cakes.
Some big retailers sold out within twenty minutes. According to leaked reports you should be able to get your first crack at buying the Z-10 on March 27th.
But, if you're willing to pay $1,652 bucks, you may be able to get one now on Ebay.
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Some Mount Vernon residents were on their way home from the grocery store when they said they were caught in the middle of a gun fight.
Friends are shocked by the murder of a woman who used to call Mobile home. Atlanta investigators say 43-year-old Pamela Williams was shot during a home invasion robbery Saturday, November 30. She died Monday.
People who live in four neighborhoods near the proposal Blue Creek Coal Terminal are circulating petitions, hoping to convince the Mobile Planning Commission to not approve a permit for the facility.
Mobile Planning Commission scheduled to talk about a new subdivision application for McGowin Park, near Hank Aaron Stadium.
Gov. Robert Bentley said Alabama will be among the states submitting a proposal next week to build Boeing's new 777X aircraft, and the proposal will stress more than just the money the state is offering.