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Google releases Android O Developer Preview 4

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 hours ago0 comments

Are we ready for a smartphone for hardcore gamers?

by Scott Adam Gordon 2 days ago1 comments

OnePlus 5 battery life review

by Nirave Gondhia 3 days ago0 comments

In 10 years, what will a nostalgic phone look like?

by Robert Triggs 3 days ago0 comments
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T-Mobile LG V10 Nougat update finally lands in the US

After 331 days since Android Nougat was first made available, T-Mobile has finally dropped the LG V10 Android Nougat update in the US.
by Team AA2 days ago

BlackBerry KEYone coming to Sprint tomorrow

The previously CDMA network-incompatible handset will soon be available both online and in Sprint stores.
by Mitja Rutnik2 weeks ago

Galaxy S8 and HTC U11 get faster internet with Sprint firmware update

The S8 has seen a 20% boost to download speeds, while the HTC U11 is as much as 45% faster. But let's explore what exactly that means.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 weeks ago

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge update tracker [Update: AT&T rolls out better video calling and more]

The AT&T update also provides fixes for messaging and Samsung Knox, plus the Android security patches for June.
by Team AA2 weeks ago
 
 

T-Mobile just doubled the price of its top-tier unlimited data plan add-on

T-Mobile has raised the price of its ONE Plus data plan add-on from $5 per month to $10 per month, on top of the existing $70 unlimited data fee.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 weeks ago

Best prepaid phones (July 2017)

We take a look at some of the best prepaid smartphones available from AT&T GoPhone, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, Cricket, and Boost Mobile.
by Team AA3 weeks ago7

The best prepaid and no contract plans in the US (February 2017)

As contract plans get more and more expensive, more and more people are looking into the prepaid market. Whether it's prepaid monthly plans or pay-per-minute plans, people around the ...
by Joe Hindy3 weeks ago217

Best Sprint prepaid Android phones (June 2017)

Today we're taking a look at the best Android smartphones you can activate on Sprint's prepaid network.
by Team AA4 weeks ago3

Virgin Mobile will no longer sell Android phones in favor of the iPhone [Update]

As part of an agreement with Apple, the no-contract carrier Virgin Mobile USA will no longer sell Android phones, and will only sell iPhone models.
by John CallahamJune 21, 201737

T-Mobile and Sprint merger reportedly on the horizon

T-Mobile is reportedly gearing up to merge with Sprint, the fourth largest carrier in the US.
by Mitja RutnikJune 21, 201715
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