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Brian Reigh

Brian Reigh is a contributor at Android Authority, covering all Android-related news and features. He has always been passionate about technology, especially mobile phones. He is a recent alum of Dartmouth College and is currently in law school.

Brian's Posts

Project Loon may become Alphabet’s next spinoff company

A balloon-delivered wireless service project that began as a part of Google in 2013 might soon be spun off into its own company.
by Brian Reigh3 days ago

Following heavy criticism, OnePlus makes changes to its data collection policy

In addition to explicitly allowing users to opt out of data collection, OnePlus will no longer gather phone numbers, MAC addresses, and Wi-Fi information.
by Brian Reigh3 days ago

Google wants to prevent technology from simply replacing humans

The search giant outlines three ways to help address concerns that US workers might be left behind in the next Industrial Revolution.
by Brian Reigh5 days ago

How to cope with depression in the connected age

In the age of technology, what kind of apps could help with depression, something that affects more than 300 million people around the world?
by Brian Reigh5 days ago
 
 

Got a Galaxy smartphone? Create your own theme with themeDIY!

If you have a Galaxy Note, S, J, S, or A series smartphone, creating and applying your own theme is literally just a few clicks away.
by Brian Reigh6 days ago

Alexa can now recognize your voice and give personalized answers

Similar to what Google has done with its AI-powered speaker, you can now train Alexa to recognize multiple voices and give personalized responses.
by Brian Reigh6 days ago

OnePlus is collecting user data without permission, and that’s not okay

On his blog, Chris Moore reveals that the Chinese tech company has been collecting private data from its users without their permission.
by Brian Reigh7 days ago

The Essential team talks jittery touch issues, new colors, and Android Oreo in AMA

The Essential team will be hosting an AMA every two weeks, and here are some things that were discussed in the first session just few days ago.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago

How giant balloons could restore wireless service in Puerto Rico

Google’s Project Loon just received an experimental license from the FCC and could soon be launched in Puerto Rico to provide emergency connectivity.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago

T-Mobile and Sprint merger could happen as early as this month

We’ve been seeing fresh reports of a T-Mobile and Sprint merger recently, and the latest rumor claims that it might happen before the end of the month.
by Brian Reigh1 week ago
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