When Google announced the Pixel and Pixel XL a few months ago, the search giant said Verizon will be exclusively offering the two phones under its banner. Well, it appears that people who prefer buying phones via a carrier contract will be have one more option to choose from while the Pixels are concerned. T-Mobile
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This year will probably go down in history as the most challenging for Samsung. The Korean tech giant had to resort to drastic measures in order to ensure its customers were being kept safe. In an unprecedented move, the company stopped production of the Galaxy Note7 and proceeded to ask Note7 owners to return the
Jaybird has been a pioneer in wireless audio for almost a decade, and in a field that seems crowded and stagnant, it continues to push the limits. Almost a year after Jaybird announced the next iteration the ultra popular X2 wireless sport headphones, it has finally released the X3 Wireless Sport Headphones. Arguably wireless headphones are
Samsung posted its Q3 2016 results, and as the company forecast last week, the discontinuation of the Note 7 had a noticeable impact on its bottom line.
Overall revenue was down 7.5% to $ 42.01 billion (47.82 trillion Won), a decrease of $ 3.4 billion (3.87 trillion Won) from the same period last year. Operating profit was down by 30% to $ 4.56 billion (5.20 trillion Won), its lowest in two years.
The mobile division took [Read More…]
T-Mobile is expanding its budget phone selection by adding ZTE‘s ZMAX PRO to its lineup. The ZMAX PRO is available now for the off-contract price of $ 129. The ZMAX PRO continues ZTE’s attempts to blur the lines between budget devices and premium flagships by offering a compelling package at an unbelievable price. The ZTE ZMAX
All the news you need for this busy Wednesday, October 26.
Microsoft held its annual hardware event today, and I have to say, the company delivered. Not only did it impress with the cross-platform potential of manipulating real 3D objects on a 2D plane using specialized phone apps (and 3D objects on a 3D plane using affordable Windows-powered VR headsets), but it injected life into a tired category with the Surface Studio.
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Same-day repairs for your Pixel will soon be available.
In an attempt to fix its inherent shortcoming of not having a physical retail presence for in-person phone repairs and support, Google has struck a deal with popular electronics repair chain uBreakiFix to be the exclusive repair company for the new Pixel and Pixel XL. Pixel owners will be able to take their broken phone into any of uBreakiFix’s 250 retail locations across the U.S. and Canada, or mail the [Read More…]
Samsung Pay may launch in Canada in the coming days, according to a customer support screenshot shared with Android Central.
Twitter user Saifali Maknojiya reportedly posed a question to a Samsung customer service representative through its built-in app and received a response that Samsung Pay, the company’s competitor to Android Pay and Apple Pay, would launch in Canada in the first week of November.
According to the representative, the service will first launch with CIBC Visa cards, [Read More…]
Happy Wednesday! I’ve finally found time to hook up the two extra Amazon Echo Dots I preordered a month ago as well as the Philips Hue lighting system. I grabbed the combo on sale for $ 99, but that sale has passed now. Smart lights paired with the Dot are pretty cool, but more importantly they