T-Mobile’s DIGITS program, which allows your phone number to work with any internet-connected smartwatch, tablet, or computer, is officially coming to all customers May 31. Multiple numbers can be associated with a single device, eliminating the need to carry multiple phones, and users can send text messages from their tablet or PC and have them appear as if they came from their phone. Further information may be found at the official DIGITS site. Thanks to Kyle for this one. Digits is in essence virtualizes a customer’s phone number, allowing it to be used with multiple devices. Your phone number is no longer tied to a device or SIM — instead, it’s easily transportable for use on another smartphone, tablet, or even PC. In fact, you could use Digits with a smartphone that is currently serviced by competing wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon Wireless. You will be able to make phone calls and texts from any device, and it will appear as if it originated from your dedicated T-Mobile phone number. In practice, this sounds a lot like Google Voice, which has been around for quite some time.