Tag Archive: Reveals


AT&T reveals its first three mobile 5G cities

Mobile 5G is coming this year, and now we know the first cities that’ll get it.

AT&T says that Dallas, Texas; Waco, Texas; and Atlanta, Georgia will be among the first cities to get its mobile 5G service. AT&T plans to launch 5G in a dozen cities by the end of 2018, and it’ll reveal more of those cities in the coming months.

AT&T’s mobile 5G will be standards-based, and at least initally, it’ll use millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum. Additional  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S9 video reveals all prior to launch

As with any flagship that is in the spotlight, it is extremely difficult for the company to keep every aspect under wraps. Some companies manage to do it pretty well, with only some of the features leaking out before launch. Others, like in the case of Samsung and the Galaxy S9, seem to haemorrhage information […]

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Strava’s fitness tracking map reveals sensitive information about U.S. troops and foreign bases

The company’s Global Heat Map called a ‘clear security threat’ for inadvertently showing troop activities overseas.

The Pentagon has been interested in fitness trackers since it distributed Fitbits to U.S. troops in 2013. Unfortunately, now they will have a different concern as online fitness tracking has created a global map filled with potentially damaging and sensitive information about U.S. installations abroad. What started as a tool to help users get fit and stay fit has become a matter of  [Read More…]

Google reveals tool that brings AR to your web browser

Google quickened the pace of its push into augmented reality this week, with the announcement of Article – a 3D model viewer designed to bring more AR capabilities to smartphones and tablets. Google’s Article is compatible with all browsers (on mobile or desktop) and allows users to view and interact with digital web content superimposed […]

Google reveals the first batch of Android Excellence Apps and Games for 2018

Since June, Google has been trying to highlight the best apps and games in its Play Store through a new category called Android Excellence. While not all the apps included in Google’s elite list are widely-known (sales and installs are not a factor here), they do offer an incredible experience and are in line with […]

Google Assistant in 2018: Google reveals what to expect

Like CES 2017 was about all about Alexa, a large part of this year’s CES seems to be revolving around the Google Assistant. The search giant has just shared an extensive post in which it reveals its expansion plans for the Google Assistant in 2018. Basically, you can expect a deluge of new Assistant-powered devices […]

This $35 Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar reveals a new piece every day

This is what you get when you combine the three most powerful forces in the universe: Lego, Star Wars, and Christmas. The Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar set is in-stock for $ 34.76 at Amazon. This kit released for $ 40 on September 1, and these tend to sell out as Christmas Time approaches since the mix of Star Wars and reindeer makes it the perfect holiday toy. So you should probably get it now before you’re hunting it down  [Read More…]

T-Mobile reveals Smartpick plans and its own smartphone

T-Mobile has introduced a new program to help buyers find high-quality, low-cost devices.

Much as I love to talk about how awesome the latest high-end phones are, it’s becoming more and more clear that most people don’t push their phones hard enough to justify that extra power and extra cost. Folks just want something they can use to make calls, send messages, browse Facebook, and take photos. While the latest flagship will do all those, a lot of mid-range  [Read More…]

Google’s latest AOSP commit reveals a device called ‘dorado’

Google issued a new commit to AOSP yesterday and with it has brought some interesting tidbits. The first is a reference to an unknown device called dorado and the second is the ability for AOSP to support touch input. The term dorado was mentioned in the commit along with the Nexus 6P and anglefish as […]

Moto Z2 Force leak reveals smaller battery, dual cameras and Snapdragon 835

Motorola continues all of its trends — for better or worse.

We’re less than a week away from the July 25 launch event where Motorola will unveil what we expect to be the Moto Z2 Force, the successor to not only the Moto Z Force Droid but at the same time also the standard Moto Z. As usual, Venturebeat has some leaked promotional materials that point to what we can expect from the launch.

The renders show  [Read More…]