Archive for April, 2018


Breaking: Sprint, T-Mobile boards approve merger

The boards of both Sprint and T-Mobile have approved a merger. The deal now moves to federal regulators before being approved. Click here for all the details.

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T-Mobile and Sprint are merging for $26.5 billion: Here are the details

T-Mobile and Sprint are coming together in a $ 26.5 billion mega-merger that’s all about 5G.

The rumors and speculation swirling for years are fomenting into a dust cloud of money. T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth-largest carriers in the U.S., respectively, are poised to form a single entity in a $ 26.5 billion merger that would put the united company in a close third position behind AT&T with just over 70 million subscribers.

The companies announced  [Read More…]

The Fitbit Ionic smartwatch and other fitness trackers are on sale for all-new low prices today

Choose the right color and size for you.

The Fitbit Ionic smartwatch and fitness tracker is down to $ 249.95 on Amazon. This is its lowest price ever and its first time dropping below $ 270.

There are several other Fitbit activity trackers on sale today, as well. Get the Alta or the Charge 2 on sale in a variety of configurations, colors, and sizes. You can find all these prices directly from Fitbit as well.

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This AmazonBasics nano Bluetooth speaker gives you six hours of music for $8

Tiny but powerful.

This yellow AmazonBasics Nano Bluetooth speaker is down to $ 7.89. It normally sells for $ 15, so this deal is almost half off its regular price. It has never gone lower than $ 12 before. Blue is also on sale for $ 8.03. Both speakers are fluctuating up and down in price but anything under $ 10 is a steal.

This is a tiny, portable, speaker with a silicon handle. You can carry  [Read More…]

Enter now to win a free Samsung Galaxy S9+

Arguably the hottest phone of the year, so far, is the Samsung Galaxy S9+, with its 6.2-inch QHD+ Super Amoled screen, Dolby Atmos stereo speakers, dual aperture camera lens, and powerhouse 6GB of RAM. This is the phone for anyone and everyone who loves to watch movies and TV shows on their phone, play games non-stop, and keep productive on the go, thanks to such a large screen.

You’d normally have to pay $ 839 to buy this beast of  [Read More…]

Saturday Savings: Tech and Gear on sale this weekend

We are back again with another ‘Saturday Savings’. This week we take a look at a few devices that are on sale, including big savings on the Moto X4 and more.

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Google Chat isn’t the next iMessage and wasn’t supposed to be

Google Chat will not fix your morning coffee, rotate your tires, or be the life coach you’ve always wanted either. It will make texting better, though.

Remember way back on April 19, 2017 when the Verge told us about Google Chat? In case you’ve been under that rock we all like to hide under sometimes, it’s a push to get everyone — carriers and manufacturers of phones, tablets and computers — to adopt the RCS universal profile.  [Read More…]

Bluboo S3 shows up for a killer performance in grueling battery test (Promoted)

The Bluboo S3 features an 8,500mAh battery. How does that big tank of juice stand up to four hours of heavy usage? Read on – and watch the video – to find out.

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Add some color to your home with these $40 Philips Hue bulbs

16 million color options.

Right now you can pick up the Philips Hue White and Color Ambiance smart bulbs for just $ 39.99 each. This is a savings of $ 10 from the regular price on these bulbs, and outside of a brief Black Friday sale, the best price they’ve sold for in a year. Each bulb has more than 16 million color options that can be controlled by the app or even via Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s  [Read More…]

Should I be concerned that my kids’ school uses Google Chromebooks?

What does Google collect when a student uses a Chromebook and what does it do with it afterwards?

There are millions of Chromebooks being used to educate our children and questions about student privacy in the Google ecosystem are natural. Google’s core business is collecting user data in order to target relevant advertisements and using a Chromebook almost requires one to have a Google account as do Google’s apps and services. Knowing what Google is doing when  [Read More…]