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Inside Google’s massive Android rebrand

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No more sweets: Google ditches desserts for Android Q in favor of Android 10

John Callaham 11 hours ago 2999 shares
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The removal of Android treat names makes me sad, not gonna lie

C. Scott Brown 11 hours ago 474 shares
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JBL Link Bar review: The smartest speaker in its class

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Make sure you’re not buying a stolen smartphone with CTIA’s new tool

The new Stolen Phone Checker tool allows you to make sure the used smartphone you're thinking of buying isn't stolen.
Mitja RutnikMay 12, 2017299 shares
 

CTIA 2015 highlights: phones, drones and Internet of Things

We spent four days at CTIA 2015 in Las Vegas, checking out phones, drones and the internet of things. Here's our highlights and top products from CTIA 2015.
Nirave GondhiaSeptember 18, 2015246 shares
 

BLU Pure XL first impressions: hot damn!

Hands on first impressions of the BLU Pure XL, which offers a Quad HD display, fingerprint scanner, 24MP camera and 64GB storage for just $349 unlocked.
Nirave GondhiaSeptember 17, 2015801 shares
 

Blu Vivo Air LTE quick impressions: so thin, you’ll think it’s a dummy unit

Quick impressions of the Blu Vivo Air LTE, which is the world's thinnest smartphone at just 5.1 mm thick and weighing just 97 grams! Is slim in again?
Nirave GondhiaSeptember 16, 2015645 shares
 

Podcast 031: A Smart Styl-ish

Nirave reports from CITA in Las Vegas, we talk Pokemon Go, and then talk about the Apple Pencil on this week's podcast!
Joshua VergaraSeptember 14, 2015203 shares
 

Nextbit Robin quick look: a fresh take on smartphone design and cloud integration

A hands on first look at the kickstarter-backed Nextbit Robin, which aims to stand out in a crowded market with a unique design and cloud-first approach.
Nirave GondhiaSeptember 14, 2015129 shares
 

Carriers sue City of Berkeley to inhibit radiation warning requirement on cell phones

The City of Berkeley, California is currently getting sued by the biggest wireless industry trade group regarding the blockade of a new ordinance that might spread some unwarranted fear ...
Jimmy WestenbergJune 10, 2015522 shares
 

Report: US carriers are still making it difficult to unlock phones (update)

According to a new analysis, three of the four major mobile service providers in the US are still making it incredibly difficult to unlock smartphones.
Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 17, 2015489 shares
 

Carriers in the U.S. are legally obligated to unlock your phone

It has been a while since it was illegal to unlock your phone, starting now, carriers must unlock your device if your account is in good standing, contracts paid up.
Jonathan FeistFebruary 12, 2015812 shares
 

Wireless industry group comes up with an awful anti-Title II video

For years now, CTIA has been busy lobbying for wireless carriers to be exempt from any net neutrality rules.
William Neilson JrFebruary 5, 2015194 shares
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