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Fitbit has shipped over 1 million Blaze units, a million more Alta devices a month after launch

Fitbit has shipped over 1 million Blaze units, a million more Alta devices a month after launch

Fresh from garnering more than a dozen awards during the recent Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas, Nevada, Fitbit has revealed that it has managed to ship over one million units of its...
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HTC Encounters Problem with Fraud Declines on Some HTC Vive Pre-Order Payments

HTC Encounters Problem with Fraud Declines on Some HTC Vive Pre-Order Payments

HTC's own Virtual Reality headset, called the Vive, is a step closer to being released to those who have signed up for pre-order. First unveiled last year, HTC partnered with Valve Corporation to...
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T-Mobile Ships LG G5 Orders Ahead of Official Release Date

Good news to those who pre-ordered the LG G5: apparently T-Mobile has shipped the smartphone ahead of the scheduled global release date. The flagship smartphone was supposed to be available in the US...
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Google has decided to shut down its Google Wallet debit card

Google has decided to shut down its Google Wallet debit card

Google has confirmed that it will no longer be providing support for the physical debit cards that users can tie to their Google Wallet accounts. As stated in a letter posted in the Google Wallet web...
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Verizon Unboxes the LG G5 in the Most Adorable Way

Now that LG has started to ship out the LG G5 to customers throughout the world, the device is making its way to those who have pre-ordered it during launch. And most of those who pre-ordered the...
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Introducing Samsung Assist -- Samsung’s way of fixing your smartphones remotely

Introducing Samsung Assist -- Samsung’s way of fixing your smartphones remotely

Samsung is launching a new and improved version of Samsung+, the mobile app developed by the South Korean tech giant that offers loads of features that should help mobile users make the most out of...
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Apple’s latest iOS 9.3.1 update comes with fix for app-crashing bug

Apple’s latest iOS 9.3.1 update comes with fix for app-crashing bug

About a couple of days ago, reports surfaced that there was a bug in Apple’s iOS mobile operating system that causes apps in iPhones to crash when users tried tapping links. Fortunately, Apple was...
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Sprint customers can now add an Amazon Prime subscription to their smartphone plan

Sprint customers can now add an Amazon Prime subscription to their smartphone plan

Sprint has just announced that it is now giving its customers the option of getting a subscription to Amazon Prime and add it to their existing wireless plan. Such a subscription would come with the...
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Verizon to Implement $20 Upgrade Fee on New Phone Purchases Starting April 4

Verizon to Implement $20 Upgrade Fee on New Phone Purchases Starting April 4

A leaked document obtained by MacRumors detail new information that Verizon Wireless plans to start implementing a new upgrade fee for device payment plans, annual upgrades, full retail upgrades, and...
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AT&T in talks to Make Cyanogen-powered Android Phones, says report

AT&T in talks to Make Cyanogen-powered Android Phones, says report

According to reports, AT&T has partnered with Cyanogen and appears to be building its own version of Android. The US carrier is said to be in talks with Cyanogen to create phones running on the...
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Google Now Offers New Fiber Phone Service

Google Now Offers New Fiber Phone Service

Early this year, Google invited Fiber customers to be among their testers for a home phone service they intended to roll out. Today, it seems like Google is finally ready to offer the phone service...
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AOL chief looking to turn Verizon into digital-advertising giant

AOL Chief looking to turn Verizon into digital-advertising giant

Back in May of last year, Verizon Wireless acquired AOL for $4.4 billion. And now, the chief executive of AOL, Tim Armstrong, makes no secret of his mission to transform Verizon into a powerhouse in...
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Apple requesting FBI to reveal how iPhone hack was done

Apple requesting FBI to reveal how iPhone hack was done

When the Federal Bureau of Investigation asked Apple’s help to unlock an iPhone 5c unit owned by a terrorist, the mobile giant flatly refused the agency’s request. But now that the FBI has gained...
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LG G3 Users in Canada Receive Marshmallow Update

LG G3 Users in Canada Receive Marshmallow Update

There are rumors going around that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update won't be released for the LG G3. Well at least for T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, and US Cellular. Verizon has already released an...
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Huawei may debut its first ever curved handset later this year

Huawei may debut its first ever curved handset later this year

It was in September of last year that Huawei first introduced its new Mate S flagship smartphone. What made the Mate S handset interesting was that it featured a pressure sensitive display screen,...
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12.9-inch iPad Pro to feature in Major League dugouts this season

12.9-inch iPad Pro to feature in Major League dugouts this season

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Apple and Major League Baseball has inked a multi-year agreement that will bring the tech giant’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablets to MLB dugouts this season. The...
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Nextbit Working on Software Update to Increase Speed of Robin Camera App

Nextbit Working on Software Update to Increase Speed of Robin Camera App

Earlier today, Nextbit announced an upcoming software update for its Robin smartphone. Making the announcement on Periscope, Nextbit talked about what the new software update would be like for the...
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T-Mobile Explains What Its Data-Only Plan is All About

T-Mobile Explains What Its Data-Only Plan is All About

Yesterday, a leaked document from TmoNews circulated online and poked at the idea that a Data-Only plan could be released as an option to T-Mobile subscribers. Clarifying the information, however, T-...
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Brazilian soccer icon Pelé suing Samsung for $30 million

Brazilian soccer icon Pelé suing Samsung for $30 million

All-time football great Pelé is suing South Korean phone maker Samsung for $30 million. According to the Brazilian soccer icon, Samsung ceased negotiations with him, and proceeded to use a look-alike...
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Samsung to Shut Down Milk Music Streaming Service in Australia

Samsung to Shut Down Milk Music Streaming Service in Australia

After just a year of being available in the Australian market, Samsung will be shutting down its Milk Music streaming service. The service is expected to shut down by the end of April. Before it...
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