T-Mobile warned to stop claiming its 5G network is more reliable

  • T-Mobile is getting a warning from officials on how it advertises its phones. The National Advertising Review Board asked the cellphone company to stop marketing its 5G network as more reliable compared to its competition.
  • Startup health insurance company Oscar is getting in on the IPO craze. The company, which is co-founded by investor Josh Kushner, has confidentially filed paperwork with the SEC to go public.
  • Frito-Lay is taking it back the 1990s - relaunching its Doritos 3-D crunch chips.