Sprint has announced that people who buy an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus from the carrier will be able to get another one of those phones for free. The "free" part comes in the form of a monthly offset credit.
Fitbit has announced it has acquired both the payment platform and key personnel from the "smart card" company Coin. The specific financial terms of the deal, which was completed on May 12, were not disclosed.
Smartphone case maker Speck has announced the Pocket-VR virtual reality viewer for its CandyShell Grip case. It works with the iPhone 6 and 6s and the Google Cardboard app to give owners a portable VR experience.
AT&T will begin offering new roaming deals for customers who use their phones in Mexico and Canada. Starting May 20, AT&T Unlimited Plan members will not incur any roaming charges in those two countries.
T-Mobile has announced it has signed a interconnect and roaming deal with Empresa De Telecomunicaciones De Cuba. It will allow T-Mobile customers to use their phones for calls, texts and data while they are in Cuba sometime later this summer.
A new report claims Hulu is developing its own internet-based cable TV service, which would provide access to live TV in addition to on-demand viewing of network shows. The service could launch sometime in the first quarter of 2017.