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What’s your favorite phone this year? Vote now and win!

What’s your phone of the year? Vote now and enter to win!

What a year it’s been for smartphones. We’ve seen companies bring their best to the smartphone game — and then some — as the race to 5G approaches. Ahead of the next technology revolution, 2018 has seen companies push the boundaries of what we can expect from a flagship smartphone.

Samsung brought its best Note ever in the Galaxy Note 9; OnePlus released two incredible  [Read More…]

California Senate passes a vote to bring net neutrality laws to the state

There’s even a rule that’s stricter than what the FCC previously had in place.

Although the FCC’s repeal of Net Neutrality is set to go into effect on June 11, that hasn’t stopped other government officials from doing what they can to ensure the internet remains free and open for everyone.

Photo by Credo Action.

Most recently, the California Senate passed a bill that would bring back Net Neutrality laws across the entire state. The bill  [Read More…]

U.S. Senate will vote on May 16 to possibly restore Net Neutrality

Even if the vote passes the Senate, there’s still a long battle ahead.

In mid-December last year, the FCC voted to repeal Net Neutrality. That repeal will officially go into action on June 11, but not before the U.S. Senate votes to hopefully restore it.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

On May 14, Democratic Senator Ed Markey announced that he and other fellow Democrats have pushed the U.S. Senate to vote on whether or not the FCC’s  [Read More…]

Vote: OnePlus wants you to choose the design of the OnePlus 5’s retail box

In anticipation of the grand OnePlus 5 launch, the Chinese company is inviting fans to offer their opinion on how the flagship’s retail box should look like. OnePlus is conducting a poll which provides users with eight options to choose from. To take part in it, you need to log into Weibo and vote for […]

Sunday Editorial: Make sure you vote on Tuesday

According to Wikipedia, only 54.9% of Americans voted in the 2012 Presidential election. The last time American voters showed up up at the polls at over 60% of the population was back in 1968 when the 60.7% voters cast their choices. I know this is a tech website and our main purpose is to give

MTS shareholders vote to approve $3.9 billion acquisition by Bell

BCE, parent company of Canada’s third-largest wireless carrier Bell Mobility, has now overcome at least one hurdle to acquiring Manitoba Telecom Services (MTS), with the majority of MTS shareholders approving the deal.

In fact, the resolution received near-unanimous approval from shareholders, says MTS:

The Arrangement Resolution was approved by 99.66% of the 43,098,172 votes cast by Shareholders present in person or represented by proxy at the special meeting of Shareholders held earlier today.

Bell originally announced  [Read More…]

Vote for Android N with Google Opinion Rewards

Rumors abound as to what Android N could be. Google decided to try something new and is allowing Android users to vote for their favorite name in a Google Opinion poll.

The post Vote for Android N with Google Opinion Rewards appeared first on AndroidGuys.

It’s time to vote in our 2015 Reader’s Choice Awards!

Here we go, folks. It’s once again time for you to let us know what your favorites were from the past year of Android. Your favorite phone. Your favorite tablet. Your favorite WTF moment from the past 365 days of Android. There are going to be a whole lot of correct answers. Maybe even some very wrong answers. And plenty of “other” fields, just in case you think of something we didn’t.

We’ll keep voting open through  [Read More…]

Twitter introduces Polls, making it easier to vote on anything

You are at a decent restaurant in town and you cannot decide whether to get the steak or the schnitzel. That’s okay, just give your Twitter followers the vote. The social networking site is rolling out a new feature that will allow users to set up two-choice polls on Android and other devices.

Coming soon! We’re rolling out the ability for everyone to create polls on Twitter: https://t.co/pH5a8q9Ujz pic.twitter.com/ijAKEMUdf1

— Twitter (@twitter) October 21, 2015

While using Twitter for  [Read More…]

Microsoft’s Tossup app can help friends vote on where to meet up

Microsoft’s latest app from their Garage division is called Tossup, and it’s been designed to help a circle of friends decide where and when they might want to meet.