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HTC U Ultra hands-on

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5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

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Nougat is now rolling out to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge!

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Rumor: Whatsapp may be acquired by Google for $1 billion

A Digital Trends report suggests that Google and Whatsapp have been in talks over the past few weeks to discuss a potential acquisition.
by Ankit BanerjeeApril 8, 201337

Google Babel shows up in Gmail message and Google Groups

Google Babel shows up in Gmail error message popup and various Chromium Google Groups. Is Babel's launch imminent?
by Derek RossApril 7, 201314

Google’s unified chat service to be named “Babel”, to work across five platforms

Google is gearing up its new unified chat service, and, according to some new reports, will be named "Babel" instead of "Babble" as previously reported.
by Mike StengerMarch 29, 201324

Leaked Google Babble screenshots fake, app not called Babble, source says

The reportedly leaked Google Babble screenshots we saw earlier are fake, one of our sources tells us.
by Chris SmithMarch 22, 201311
 
 

Verizon Messages 4.0 brings SMS messaging to phone, tablet and PC

The Verizon Messages app has been updated to support cross-platform SMS messaging. The app works on smartphones, tablets and PCs (via browser).
by Chris SmithMarch 22, 20131

Babble, Google’s upcoming unified messenger, to be shown at Google I/O?

According to a report quoting multiple sources, Google's unified messaging service will be dubbed Babble. Combining the functionality of Google's many communication apps, Babble will ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMarch 18, 201322
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