Tag Archives: phones

This is either the beginning or the end of the smartphone wars

There’s a wave rising in the mobile technology universe, and it’s not going to be easy to talk about. We’re in a position where the change between each generation in smartphones is smaller, and a few major brands have taken over the industry

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LG G7 release details confirmed

With CES 2018 winding down, it’s time to look forward to the next big thing in tech and beyond.

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JVC KENWOOD Wireless Android Auto receivers coming

Google Assistant is everywhere at CES 2018, including inside cars. Google has announced that its AI-powered personal assistant is now available on the automobile incarnation of Android.

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Vivo in-display fingerprint scanning phone ready for production

There were no sensational new smartphones announced at CES this year, but there is one that is at least promising to do that very soon. No, not the Galaxy S9 or any foldable phone

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Pixel 2 customer survey appears in the phone’s settings menu

In the mobile world, one of the few things that’s absolutely not tolerated by users is advertisements and pop-ups appearing on their phones. Ads within free apps, sure, but pop-ups on the phone’s UI or within menus is just begging for a disaster

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Android in 2018: Trends and predictions

It’s the start of the new year so, naturally, it’s time to dust off those crystal balls and magic 8-balls. And while we’re no Nostradamus, we can still do a bit of intelligent guessing on what will happen next based on what has come to pass

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Apple makes $29 iPhone battery replacements available immediately

The last week has been dominated by the news that Apple has been intentionally slowing the speeds of older iPhone models with aging batteries, followed by an apology from the company to be more transparent about its software updates with regard to power management. After this disclosure, Apple announced it would be lowering the price of iPhone battery replacements to … Continue reading

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AT&T FirstNet public safety network has all 50 US states participating

AT&T has announced that all 50 US states are participating in its public safety network called FirstNet. The project will take place over the next handful of years, ultimately culminating in a robust broadband network provided specifically for first responders.

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HTC reportedly cut down on number of phones in 2018

Could this be the sign of HTC slowly winding down on its smartphone business? According to a report citing industry sources, the Taiwanese company will be limiting the number of phones it will be releasing next year.

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iPhone X can make your face invisible

While security-focused persons and parties are still debating the merits of Apple’s Face ID technology, those on the entertainment, especially the gaming, camp have long been sold on it.

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