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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active: Why?

by Joshua Vergara 13 hours ago0 comments

Here’s how we’re already living in 1984

by Adam Sinicki 16 hours ago0 comments

Are smartphones still getting faster? Does Moore’s law still apply?

by Adam Sinicki 2 days ago0 comments

The history of Android OS: its name, origin and more

by John Callaham 3 days ago0 comments
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Google announces zero-touch enrollment for enterprise customers

Google is removing a massive pain point in putting new Android devices into the hands of enterprise customers with its new zero-touch enrollment.
by Matt Adams2 days ago

US carriers waive fees in response to Hurricane Maria and recent Mexico earthquake

This gives those affected by the events and those with family members in affected areas one less thing to worry about.
by Williams Pelegrin2 days ago

The Essential Phone now works on Verizon’s network

Andy Rubin took to Twitter to announce that the Essential Phone’s Verizon certification has finally been completed.
by Brian Reigh7 days ago

Verizon doesn’t seem too concerned with AT&T’s and T-Mobile’s HBO and Netflix offerings

According to Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam, the company is more concerned about building a reliable network than offering free HBO and Netflix subscriptions.
by Williams Pelegrin1 week ago
 
 

You can grab the Moto Z2 Force with a free projector Moto Mod for $200 off at Best Buy

You can grab the Moto Z2 Force and Insta-Share projector for $200 off at Best Buy right now. Here's how much it'll cost on your network.
by Matt Adams1 week ago

Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint are building a unified user authentication system

The big four are planning a new device authentication system to deploy in 2018. We'll have to wait and see what methods they use before making any calls.
by Joseph Haagensen2 weeks ago

The Essential Phone still isn’t certified by Verizon

The Essential Phone still isn't certified with Verizon, though it may not be as bad as you think.
by Jimmy Westenberg4 weeks ago

You can bypass Verizon’s video throttling with NordVPN, apparently

Following the news that Verizon is now throttling mobile video on its unlimited plan to 720p or less, a new report suggests a popular VPN could help circumvent this.
by Scott Adam GordonAugust 24, 2017

Verizon to start throttling video streaming to as low as 480p tomorrow

Verizon will throttle video streaming to 480p or 720p on your smartphone, depending on your data plan, and there will be no way to stream in 1080p.
by Mitja RutnikAugust 22, 2017

Which of the ‘Big Four’ wireless carriers is right for you?

Looking for the best carrier in the US? Here's everything you need to know about the 'Big Four' to pick the best wireless network for you.
by Dane O'LearyAugust 18, 2017
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