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HTC U Ultra hands-on

by Andrew Grush 5 days ago105 comments

5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

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

by Bogdan Petrovan 5 days ago86 comments

The very best of CES 2017

by Andrew Grush 7 days ago17 comments
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Political lobbying is why many parts of the U.S. lack substantive broadband speeds

Growadesign Recently, Motherboard wrote a fantastic piece on Internet Service Providers fighting back against cities who want to wire themselves due to a lack of ...
by William Neilson JrJune 10, 201419

Google reportedly considering its own wireless carrier service

According to a new report, Google is strongly considering the possibility of rolling out its own wireless carrier service in cities that have Google Fiber access.
by Andrew GrushApril 3, 201437

Google Fiber exploring possible expansion to 9 new metropolitan areas

Google is currently exploring the possibility of bringing its high-speed Google Fiber service to 9 new metropolitan areas. Keep reading for more details!
by Andrew GrushFebruary 19, 201452

Why would Motorola waste time and resources on the ultra-low-cost DFX?

Insiders told Phone Arena that Google subsidiary Motorola is preparing an ultra-budget device codenamed DFX. But why would Motorola waste resources developing such a device?
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 27, 20135

Want Google Fiber? The Fiber team tells us how to get it!

We recently had a chat with the Fiber team, to ask all of our Fiber-y questions. We wanted to know how Fiber came to be, what it means for Google, and what it does for the cities (and ...
by Nate SwannerJune 6, 201319

Google Fiber is not just another experiment, instead it’s “a great business to be in”

You’re probably thinking that at $70 a month, and with an offer of Gigabit speeds, Google Fiber is another one of Google’s incredible experiments to see what would be possible if we ...
by Adam KoueiderJune 1, 201334

Google Fiber coming to Shawnee, Kansas after City Council vote

Google has announced that it will bring Fiber to Shawnee, a city located just outside of Kansas City. Read on to find out more!
by Brad WardMay 3, 20131

Japanese ISP delivers twice the speed of Google Fiber for a lower price in Tokyo

A Japanese ISP has announced the availability of an internet service in the Tokyo area that puts Google Fiber to shame. The Nuro network has twice the download speeds of Fiber, and ...
by Andrew RoachApril 18, 20134

Google Fiber coming to Provo, Utah

Last week Google confirmed its Google Fiber service was on its way to Austin. Now Google has announced a third city for its Fiber expansion, Provo, Utah.
by Andrew GrushApril 17, 2013

Google exec Eric Schmidt proclaims entire Earth will be online by 2020, but what will it take?

Google executive chairman made a bold prediction on Google+ yesterday, saying that everyone on Earth will be connected by the end of the decade.
by David GonzalesApril 15, 20135
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