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Apple Music has more than 10 million paying subscribers, report says

After launching at the tail end of June 2015, Apple Music has reportedly hit a major milestone in its existence. Sources speaking to the Financial Times say that Apple Music now has 10 million paying...
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Karma slowing speeds of Neverstop unlimited data plan

Just two months after launching its Neverstop unlimited data plan, Karma has announced that it’s making a significant change to the offering. Karma is sending emails to its customers to inform them...
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Motorola talks more about the future of its name

One day after news broke that Lenovo would be phasing out the Motorola brand name, Moto has taken to its official blog to shed more light on the matter. Motorola says that the “Motorola Mobility isn’...
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Windows 10 Mobile update 10586.63 rolling out after earlier hiccup

Fire up your Settings app, Windows 10 Mobile Insiders, because it’s time once again to install an update. Microsoft is now pushing Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build 10586.63 to testers. The...
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Rumors of iPhone 7 without 3.5mm headphone jack continue to gain steam

The iPhone 7 rumor mill is currently focused on determining whether or not Apple will ship its next smartphone without a 3.5mm headphone jack. Two reports have come out to suggest that that’ll be the...
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BlackBerry CEO says new Android hardware coming in 2016, but still committed to BB10

While BlackBerry has yet to disclose sales numbers for the Priv, the Android-powered smartphone seems to be getting a better reception than recent BlackBerry 10 phones. Because of that, it shouldn’t...
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Sprint confirms end of contracts, also expands Open World and Global Roaming

Following a leak yesterday that suggested that Sprint had killed off contracts, Sprint today confirmed the news. Sprint says that starting today, January 8, it’s no longer offering two-year contracts...
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US Cellular launches 6GB/$40 promo plan, add-a-line offer

US Cellular announced today that it’s kicking off 2016 with a couple of new promotions. First up, US Cellular is now offering a promotional plan that includes 6GB of data plus unlimited talk and text...
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Lenovo will make the first consumer Project Tango smartphone, coming this summer

We’ve already seen two Project Tango devices to date — one smartphone and one tablet — but they were both intended for developers. That’ll change with the next Tango device, which Google will make in...
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Sprint no longer offering two-year contracts on smartphones, leak shows

Remember when Sprint said that it would stop offering two-year contracts by the end of 2015? Well it may be a few days into 2016, but Sprint has kept its word. A newly-leaked internal Sprint document...
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iPhone 7 again rumored to ditch 3.5mm headphone jack

A report from back in November that claimed that the iPhone 7 will ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack just got some support. A source speaking to Fast Company says that, yes, Apple is planning to ship...
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Lenovo plans to phase out the Motorola name

UPDATE: Motorola has sent us a statement regarding today's news: "Motorola Mobility continues to exist as a Lenovo company and is the engineering and design engine for all of our mobile products....
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BLU Vivo XL, Vivo 5 are new metal Android phones with sub-$200 price tags

While CES 2016 may seem a bit low-key, there’s still some new hardware being shown at the event, and today BLU Products added a couple more smartphones to the list. BLU has unveiled the Vivo 5 and...
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T-Mobile CEO responds to Binge On throttling claims, service gains 14 more partners

T-Mobile’s Binge On service has been the target of a lot of criticism in recent weeks, most notably from YouTube and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Today T-Mo CEO John Legere has finally...
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Pink HTC One A9 quietly revealed

Pink is a popular option for smartphone makers that want to expand the color selection of an existing smartphone. Today HTC is doing just that with the One A9. The HTC One A9 is now available in a...
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Sprint extends half-off switcher promo through February 11

When Sprint launched its most recent switcher promotion, which promises to cut your rate plan in half when you jump to Sprint, it said that the promo would run through January 8. Well now that date...
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BlackBerry Priv confirmed for Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, will hit T-Mo this month

So far, the only ways that you can buy a BlackBerry Priv in the US is directly from BlackBerry or from AT&T. Pretty soon, though, it’ll be available much more widely. BlackBerry has confirmed...
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Nextbit Robin, cloud-centric Android phone, will begin shipping on February 16

When the Nextbit Robin was first revealed, it was promised that the cloud-centric Android phone would begin shipping to backers in January 2016. Today it’s been revealed that the Robin will miss that...
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Snapchat ending sales of lenses on January 8

If you’re a heavy Snapchat user, you may have invested in some lenses recently, which cost $0.99 apiece and let you permanently unlock the ability to make your face puke a rainbow or look old. Just a...
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AT&T GoPhone customers will get more high-speed data on January 8

Most folks dread Wednesday because it means that they’ve still got to get over the middle of the week hump before they get close to the weekend. Today AT&T shared some news that should make this...
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