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Score $15 back and double the data with Tello’s affordable mobile plans

Tello is making cellular service affordable for everyone with a range of plans to meet various budgets, and thanks to the company’s latest deal for new and existing subscribers, you’ll score double the data and twice the amount of minutes on the plan you choose through May 29! Tello’s plans are already competitively priced compared to other service providers, and today’s offer really helps blow the others out of the competition. New members will even receive a $ 15 account  [Read More…]

Intel solidifies robotaxi plans with $900M acquisition of Moovit

Intel inside…outside?

What you need to know Intel has acquired public transit app Moovit for $ 900 million. The move marks a step toward the company’s eventual goal of becoming a “complete mobility provider.” Moovit boasts, according to Intel, 800 million customers across 3,100 cities.

Autonomous driving is expected to become a multi-billion dollar industry within the next decade, and Intel just planted its flag in the space — a $ 900M flag, to be precise. That’s  [Read More…]

Google reportedly plans to counter TikTok with upcoming YouTube ‘Shorts’

Unlike TikTok, Shorts will not be a standalone app.

What you need to know YouTube is said to be working on a TikTok rival called “Shorts.” “Shorts” will apparently be available as a feature within the YouTube mobile app. It is expected to become available by the end of this year.

Chinese video-sharing app TikTok, which was released worldwide three years back, is among the most popular social networking apps currently, with more than 3 million downloads  [Read More…]

These are the phone plans you need if you’re working from home

Get the most out of working from home with these phone plans.

Working from home has become more and more popular over the years, and thanks to recent events, a lot of people are going to be doing it for the very first time. Working from home can be a difficult shift, but you can make the necessary changes to ensure it’s as seamless of an experience as possible.

There are a lot of different factors you’ll  [Read More…]

E3 plans to continue despite LA’s state of emergency over coronavirus

The ESA said they’re continuing to monitor the situation.

What you need to know The ESA reiterated today that it’ll be going ahead with E3 despite a state of emergency being declared in LA. The city reported six coronavirus cases on Tuesday. “The health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, partners, and staff is our top priority,” the ESA said in a statement.

Even though Los Angeles declared a state of emergency on Wednesday surrounding concerns over  [Read More…]

Verizon reportedly has no plans to sell the Google Pixel 4a or Pixel 5

It could be a massive setback for Google’s hardware division.

What you need to know A new report claims Verizon will not be selling any Pixel smartphone this year. Verizon has so far been Google’s closest carrier partner in the United States. The limited commercial success of Pixel phones is said to be the main reason behind the Big Red’s decision.

When Google introduced its Pixel line of smartphones in 2016, it partnered with Verizon Wireless to  [Read More…]

Google plans to banish third-party cookies forever

It wants to remove support for third-party cookies from Chrome within the next two years.

What you need to know Google wants to make third-party cookies a thing of the past. With new standards like its proposed Privacy Sandbox, it hopes to make them obsolete and eventually drop support for them in Chrome. In the meantime, it’ll start making changes to its policies for cross-site cookies beginning this February, with the aim of making them more secure.  [Read More…]

What carriers don’t tell you about unlimited plans

Unlimited. It seems like a great deal on paper. No need to worry about overages. No need to worry about bandwidth limitations or unexpected fees. Total freedom to use your smartphone wherever, whenever, and however you see fit. There’s a catch, of course. There’s always a catch. That’s the thing carriers love to leave out when they’re talking about offering unlimited anything, especially data.

Nothing is truly unlimited. Even a quick browse through the fine print of any carrier agreement  [Read More…]

Binge watch Disney+ with these unlimited Verizon plans

Disney+ is here and Verizon is giving you a free year as long as you have one of its unlimited wireless or home internet plans. If you are a Disney fan and ready for a new unlimited cell plan, now might be the time to make the switch. Overall, the best plan for Disney+ on Verizon Wireless is the Play More Unlimited plan with its 720p video streaming and Apple Music included.

Best Overall: Play More Unlimited

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AT&T revamps its unlimited wireless plans, throws in HBO Max for free

Is your family Extra enough for AT&T Unlimited Extra?

What you need to know AT&T has announced Unlimited Starter, Extra, and Elite family plans. Plans start at $ 35 for unlimited data with serious restrictions. The Unlimited Elite plan is $ 50 and will include 30GB of Hotspot and HBO Max.

AT&T has announced its refreshed lineup of family plans, offering unlimited talk, text, and data for up to four lines. At the high end, for $  [Read More…]