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Brian Reigh

Brian Reigh is a contributor at Android Authority, covering all Android-related news. He has always been passionate about technology, especially mobile technology. He is currently a student at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.

Brian's Posts

Create beautiful 3D theme parks with RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch

Equipped with breathtaking 3D graphics, the game lets you create, customize, and share your creations, and it’s coming soon to the Play Store.
by Brian Reigh17 hours ago2

Google collaborates with Cowan to bring ‘Really Blue’ jeans

Google has partnered with a designer to bring “Really Blue” jeans, which celebrate the popularity of "Really Blue" Pixel phones.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago27

Le Pro3 and Le S3 are getting an app drawer and other new features

LeEco’s first two smartphones to launch in the US are getting a major update, a key feature being the addition of an app drawer.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago10

Google will subtract all refunds from developer payouts from now on

Google is no longer absorbing refund costs that have occurred outside the 48-hour window. Instead, it will be developers' responsibility from now on.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago7

Google’s new innovative technology aims to combat online trolls

Online hate speech is a real thing, and today Google is launching Perspective to identify and moderate these nasty comments.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago31

What we want to see in the Mi MIX 2

Though we know essentially nothing about the second-generation Mi MIX, we’ve put together a few things that we would like to see the second time around.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago18

T-Mobile announces LTE-U, bringing additional LTE capacity this spring

T-Mobile just announced its plans to deploy LTE-U technology starting this spring, which means customers will have access to additional LTE capacity.
by Brian Reigh2 days ago14

Sprint and Ericsson working together to demonstrate Gigabit LTE

Sprint will be demonstrating its Gigabit LTE TDD at MWC this weekend. While it’s not technically 5G, it is a crucial foundational step towards 5G.
by Brian Reigh3 days ago7

Ransomware attacks targeting Android users have increased by over 50%

According to cybersecurity researchers at ESET, Android ransomware attacks have risen by over 50 percent in just a year, and many unfortunately fell for it.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago24

Qualcomm to announce LTE chipset for Google’s IoT, Android Things

Qualcomm just announced its plans to add support for Google’s IoT OS called Android Things on its Snapdragon 210 processors.
by Brian Reigh4 days ago
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