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Huawei may power British 5G in defiance of the U.S. ban

Even global spying allegations can’t stop the onslaught of 5G.

What you need to know Reuters sources say British officials have proposed resuming purchases of Huawei equipment. Huawei would have a limited role in the build out of the nation’s 5G networks. The move would likely anger U.S. officials but may be necessary for a timely network rollout.

Huawei may catch a break in the United Kingdom as officials are considering allowing the purchase of network equipment  [Read More…]

These are the best apps for your Android device — period

Make your Android app experience a good one.

Our phones are pocket-sized supercomputers with professional-grade cameras and battery for days, but without the apps to take advantage of it, what would be the point? There are millions upon millions of Android apps that transform our phones from shiny glass slabs into productivity powerhouses, and over the last year, these are the apps that have seized the day and made our lives easier, faster, and better.

Work smarter, not harder  [Read More…]

Here are all the products announced at CES 2020 that you can actually buy

CES 2020 has come and gone, and like we see every year, there were two distinct groups of things that were announced — actual products you’ll be able to buy and jaw-dropping concepts that’ll never hit store shelves. Today, we’re focusing on the former of those groups and highlighting all of the products announced at CES 2020 you can buy right now. There’s a lot to go over, so without further ado, let’s dive in.

Checks all the boxes  [Read More…]

Sonos CEO responds to backlash, will continue to update legacy products

Let’s try this again.

What you need to know Sonos recently announced that it would be ending support for some of its older speakers in May 2020. Following a lot of backlash, Sonos reassures that legacy speakers won’t be bricked in any way. It’s also working on a way to split your system between old and current devices.

Sonos found itself in the middle of the spotlight this week, and not for the right reasons. The company  [Read More…]

OnePlus also had a gorgeous looking black variant of the Concept One

The company is now looking to incorporate electronic elements into the visual designs of its phones.

What you need to know OnePlus’ Concept One prototype once featured an all-black leather back. In a write-up about the industrial design of the phone, OnePlus also shared some pictures of this black beauty. In the future, OnePlus intends to incorporate more electronic elements into the material design of its phones.

Despite all the fanfare about OnePlus possibly unveiling a foldable  [Read More…]

Report: Obi-Wan Kenobi series on hold at Disney Plus

What you need to know The Obi-Wan series for Disney+ has reportedly been put on hold, according to a report. Producer Kathleen Kennedy was allegedly unhappy with the scripts. The series was supposed to start filming in 2020.

Rumors have been swirling (a lot of them from unreliable sources) that the Obi-Wan Kenobi solo series at Disney Plus was in trouble. A recent report, however, cites two sources with knowledge of the situation and they confirm that the  [Read More…]

Google is de-cluttering Featured Snippets in search results

Featured Snippets will also count toward the ten results shown on a page.

What you need to know Webpages that Google believes provide the best answer to a question are often highlighted at the top of the page. Google will no longer repeat these “Featured Snippets” down the page. The company is aiming to declutter search results.

If you’ve ever asked Google a question, you may have seen the search engine try and answer it for you  [Read More…]

Motorola may be working on a Verizon-exclusive flagship called the Edge+

Is Motorola finally making a flagship?

What you need to know New leaks point to a new Motorola phone in the making. Like the RAZR, it’s set to be a Verizon exclusive. It could be one of the new flagships Motorola promised to reveal this year.

Much like the wildly popular and recently resurrected RAZR, Motorola is cooking up yet another Verizon exclusive to go with the likes of its Moto Z4. However, unlike those phones, this  [Read More…]

How to change your Facebook password

Ready, set, secure.

Facebook. Just about everyone has an account on the social networking platform whether they like the site or not. It can be a great way to stay in touch with friends and family members, but we also understand if you’re regularly thinking about finally deleting your account for good.

However, if you do still have an active Facebook account, it’s important that your password for it is secure and up-to-date. Whether you’re trying to  [Read More…]

The best Android phones available at AT&T Prepaid

AT&T is the largest wireless network in the US, serving nearly 160 million subscribers. And with it comes a large selection of phones. But what about its prepaid brand? Surely there is a wide array of options, right?

Unfortunately, and for unknown reasons, AT&T Prepaid doesn’t have near the variety of handsets. What’s more, it’s mostly comprised of outdated models and refurbished phones.

Nevertheless, we’ve gathered up a handful of the best phones you can purchase at AT&T Prepaid today.  [Read More…]