Who's your top tech company of 2014? There are plenty of companies to choose from. Apple and Amazon both unveiled new services and gadgets. Google is always a safe bet. And then there's T-Mobile. Wait, T-Mobile? You read that right, one journalist is naming the "un-carrier" its tech company of the year. T-Mobile has done positive things this year, but it's had its fair share of controversy, too.
Still, CNN Money's David Goldman gave T-Mobile the crown. But, the decision has me scratching my head a bit. After all, I just told you about the company refunding $90 million back to customers after it was caught "cramming" bills with fraudulent charges.
That's not all. The company also got into hot water with the FCC earlier this year when it secretly throttled data speeds when customers went over monthly limits.
That being said, T-Mobile also has its merits. It has taken its "un-carrier" nickname to heart and caused major positive changes in the cell provider industry, too.