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Qualcomm’s new USB-C DAC aims to bring Hi-Fi audio to smartphones

During its Tech Summit this week, Qualcomm unveiled more than just the high-end Snapdragon 845 chipset for smartphones. In an attempt to cure the missing 3.5 headphone jack blues, the chip maker also announced its first dedicated USB-C Hi-Fi DAC, titled the AQT1000. Qualcomm already makes DACs and audio codes, but this is its first […]

Republic Wireless adds Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to its Bring Your Own Phone Program

Raleigh, NC-based Republic Wireless declared its independence from Bandwidth a little less than a year ago, and the first year of independence can prove to be a make-it-or-break-it experiment for any company. With the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL having been announced a day ago, Republic isn’t wasting any time working hard to […]

Get $325 back when you bring your Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL to T-Mobile

T-Mobile is offering up to 50% back on the purchase of a Pixel 2, but there’s a new catch this time around.

Just like what we saw with last year’s Pixels, the only carrier in the United States that will be carrying the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL is Verizon. This is certainly a bummer for those that don’t use Big Red’s service, but again like last year, T-Mobile is running a promotion to help deter the large  [Read More…]

Google and Emogi team up to bring animated stickers to Gboard

If you love to share stickers using Google’s popular mobile keyboard application, Gboard then you’ll be glad to know that the app has just received an infusion of animated stickers courtesy of Emogi (not Emoji). According to the official press release, animated stickers are 3.6 times more likely to be shared during conversation than their […]

OnePlus will bring you faster updates via the Individual Application Update program

OnePlus wants to push out updates faster to its users, as well as gather user feedback more quickly, so the Chinese company today announced a new program called Individual Application Update. The first Individual Application Update package comes with four apps including OnePlus Launcher, OnePlus Community, OnePlus Weather, and OnePlus Gallery which are now available […]

What can Android bring to the table to top iPhone X?

There are many different versions of Android, and it’s quite perplexing for anyone not technically minded to know which operating system will work the best. A Multitasking Phone When it comes to mobile devices, Android certainly is one of the most used operating system – and maybe it’s because of its many awesome features. Just […]

Bring wireless music to your home with the $165 Sonos Play:1

The powerful and compact Sonos Play:1 speaker is currently $ 35 off at eBay, dropping the price of it down to just $ 165. While $ 35 may not seem like a big discount, it isn’t too often that we see any savings on these speakers, so you don’t want to miss when it happens.

Whether you have Sonos speakers already spread throughout your house or are looking to get started with your first one, taking advantage of discounts when  [Read More…]

Sprint will bring the LG V30+ to the US

LG unveiled the V30 and V30+ phablets yesterday, but at launch, the company said the V30+ will be available in limited markets. Well, the good news is that the model will make it to the US courtesy of Sprint. Thanks to a recent Tweet by the Sprint CEO himself, we now know the LG V30+ […]

It’s way too late to bring back Google Glass

The next step for Google feels like it should be obvious, but for some reason it’s not going to happen.

I was a Day One Google Glass user. In fact, my thoughts on Google Glass were the first thing I ever published here at Android Central. I complain every now and again about how the tech got a bad rap and Google shouldn’t have backed down on a consumer model, but today there’s a lot more to  [Read More…]

It’s way passed time to bring back Google Glass

The next step for Google feels like it should be obvious, but for some reason it’s not going to happen.

I was a Day One Google Glass user. In fact, my thoughts on Google Glass were the first thing I ever published here at Android Central. I complain every now and again about how the tech got a bad rap and Google shouldn’t have backed down on a consumer model, but today there’s a lot more to  [Read More…]