Tag Archive: Decides

AT&T decides to get competitive, expands unlimited plan to everyone

AT&T is matching its competitors by opening up unlimited data to everyone.

AT&T has decided to throw up its proverbial hands after a week of intense competition in the mobile space, saying that as of February 17 its unlimited plan, which is currently only available to DirecTV customers, will be expanded to all postpaid customers.

Starting tomorrow, AT&T1 will launch a new AT&T Unlimited plan. The plan will be available to all consumer and business postpaid AT&T  [Read More…]

Honor decides it’s okay to launch a tablet with KitKat in 2016

At a media event in New Delhi, Honor rolled out the 5C, a budget phone with a metal-backed design and impressive hardware. The vendor also launched the T1 7.0, a 7-inch affordable tablet with a WSVGA resolution (1024 x 600), a 1.2GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC7731G processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal memory, microSD slot, 3G, and a 4100mAh battery. The pièce de résistance? The T1 7.0 runs EMUI 3.0 out of the box, which is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

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Philips decides to allow third-party bulbs again, reverses software upgrade that locked them out

Philips recently pushed out an upgrade for its Hue lighting system that locked out the ability for customers to use third-party bulbs, and people were outraged. After receiving tons of complaints, Philips has decided to reverse the upgrade, and bring back support for bulbs from other brands. That’s right, if you have non-Philips bulbs in your Hue system, they will work again as they did prior to the update.

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Meizu decides to go with color for the M1 Note

China-based Meizu today unveiled the new M1 Note, a Android-powered smartphone that will surely brighten up your day with the array of colors available. It’s a device aimed for China, meaning there will be a lot of power packed inside the case but listed at an affordable price point. We’re looking at a 64-bit MediaTek octa-core CPU powering the innards. It’s a serious bit of kit with a colorful, somewhat misleading appearance.

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Security focused Blackphone decides on Tegra 4i

The super-security focused Blackphone was first announced at Mobile World Congress in February, but today we’re learning a little more about what makes it tick. Initial launch materials didn’t specify exactly which CPU would be powering the Blackphone, but today sees the announcement that it will in fact be a Tegra 4i.