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DOJ Antitrust Chief likely won’t block the T-Mobile and Sprint merger

It looks like the merger may happen after all.

The Sprint and T-Mobile merger is expected to be completed by mid-2019, but before that happens, it needs to get approval from the proper government officials/agencies. We still have a ways to go, but at least according to the Antitrust Chief, the Department of Justice won’t give the merger much of a hassle.

According to Bloomberg, DOJ Antitrust Chief Makan Delrahim says the T-Mobile and Sprint merger isn’t  [Read More…]

AT&T won’t carry the G7 ThinQ in favor of an unknown ‘exclusive’

AT&T has confirmed that it will not carry the newly-announced LG G7 ThinQ. The carrier stated that it will launch an unknown LG device later this summer, available exclusively on AT&T.

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The T-Mobile / Sprint merger could be great for consumers, but it probably won’t be

Enjoy it while it lasts.

Corporate mergers promise many upsides to shareholders and customers — that’s why consolidation happens. Those efficiencies include streamlined operations, the need for fewer employees, infrastructure improvements, better customer service, job creation, and, in some cases, lower costs for consumers.

In reality, though, it’s nearly impossible to check all of those boxes at once: lower prices may stem from internal efficiencies, but they often come with job losses or a reining in of  [Read More…]

Avengers-themed OnePlus 6 confirmed, but it won’t come to the US

Previous rumors suggested that OnePlus and Marvel Studios would be collaborating for a special edition OnePlus 6. It seems that this has been confirmed, and an Avengers: Infinity War OnePlus 6 will launch in India.

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You won’t regret buying one of these $6 stands for your phone or tablet

Keep them safe!

There’s no denying that these things are a bit silly, but they are also extremely practical. Lamicall’s adjustable phone stand is down to just $ 6.49 when you use the coupon code 7LM3H6FB at Amazon. This is a savings of just over $ 3 and drops it right into impulse purchase territory.

It can hold your phone in both portrait and landscape mode, and it’s designed to work with devices from 4 to 8  [Read More…]

Looks like the Galaxy Note 9 won’t get under-display fingerprint recognition after all

Reliable analyst Min-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities doesn’t believe that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with under-display fingerprint recognition.

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Looks like the Galaxy Note 9 won’t get under-display fingerprint recognition after all

Reliable analyst Min-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities doesn’t believe that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with under-display fingerprint recognition.

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YouTube’s new music service actually won’t launch this March

There’s currently no word on when we can expect it to come out.

At the beginning of December last year, a report emerged claiming that Google was planning on launching its third music streaming service. Currently referred to as “YouTube Remix”, it was expected that this would be unveiled as early as March of this year. However, just ahead of the SXSW music festival, YouTube’s said otherwise.

SXSW will take place between March 9th and the 13th  [Read More…]

UHANS Max 2 review: A mega-phablet that won’t break the bank

UHANS Max 2 is a sturdy phablet that comes with a ginormous 6.44-inch display and a collection of four cameras. See more details about the product in our review.

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Verizon won’t sell the Mate 10 Pro or any other Huawei phones

The final nail in the coffin.

What the heck happened to the Huawei Mate 10 Pro? It was supposed to be the first Huawei device that’d be available through a U.S. carrier, but these plans were quickly shut down when AT&T officially stepped away from the deal. A report came out shortly after this indicating that Verizon would do something similar, and now it appears that’s exactly what happened.

According to sources that spoke with Bloomberg, Verizon  [Read More…]