Tag Archive: Selling


OnePlus is no longer selling the unlocked 7T, just the T-Mobile version

The Snapdragon 855 phone is currently $ 100 off, though.

What you need to know OnePlus has stopped listing the unlocked OnePlus 7T on its online U.S. store. Instead, the only version that’s available now is the T-Mobile variant. It’s unclear if the change is permanent or temporary.

OnePlus’ excellent 7T may not be the company’s latest and greatest, but currently available at $ 499 for 8GB RAM + 128GB storage, all of it paired with a  [Read More…]

Selling your Samsung Galaxy phone? Here’s how to wipe it clean.

There may be other legitimate reasons to wipe your Galaxy phone and set it back to factory default settings, but the most common case is when you want to give away, sell, or trade it in for a newer model. Resetting your phone to its default settings is extremely easy to do and should only take you a few minutes. I’ll show you how to do this in the steps below. Just remember to back up your device  [Read More…]

Carrier fines over selling location data aren’t enough

A $ 200 million fine means carriers still made money selling our location; and since it was ours, do we get a cut?

The FCC has finally stepped up and fined the four major U.S. carriers — AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile — $ 200 million for selling real-time live customer locations to third-party resellers without user consent. Stepped up is a slight exaggeration because a small fine is more like the cost of doing business than  [Read More…]

FCC: ‘One or more’ carriers violated federal law selling location data

The question now is, what will be the punishment?

What you need to know The FCC has concluded its extensive investigation into US carriers and location data. It has determined that one or more carriers violated federal law by selling real-time data. Measures against those carriers are now being considered.

The FCC has found that one or more US carriers broke federal law by selling customer’s real-time location data, after an extensive investigation.

As reported by The  [Read More…]

Samsung Pay now lets you opt-out of selling your data to third parties

It’s only confirmed to be working in the U.S. as of now.

What you need to know Samsung Pay users in the U.S. can now opt-out of having their data sold to third-parties. The new setting appeared in the app after the California Consumer Privacy Act took effect on January 1, 2020. With “Do Not Sell” enabled, it could cause some features to cease working in the app.

If you’ve opened Samsung Pay recently, you might have  [Read More…]

Redbox is selling used video games for ridiculously cheap right now

You can get some sweet deals on Redbox’s used video games while supplies last.

What you need to know Redbox has confirmed that it is leaving the video gaming rental business. The rental company has several video games currently in its inventory. The company wants to quickly get rid of this inventory, so right now you can purchase used Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch games for ridiculously cheap. The best options will go quickly, so  [Read More…]

Samsung is selling a boatload of AMOLED displays these days

Not that it’s that much of a surprise, but Samsung Display took the top spot for AMOLED displays for mobile devices in 2019.

What you need to know Samsung went from supplying 21.3% of AMOLED displays in Q2 to 29% in Q3. In Q3 alone, Samsung Display shipped 146 million mobile AMOLED panels. The previous leader was BOE Technology, whose share dropped below 20% for Q3.

While it is a reasonably well-known fact that Samsung has some  [Read More…]

Samsung reportedly sets target of selling 6 million foldable phones in 2020

Samsung is hoping the first mover advantage will help it continue its domination over the foldable phone market next year.

What you need to know Samsung is reportedly aiming to sell as many as 6 million foldable smartphones next year. The company is said to have sold 500,000 units of the Galaxy Fold so far this year. Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Fold successor in the first half of 2020.

Korean publication The Bell had  [Read More…]

HTC stops selling its phones in the UK over patent dispute with IPCom

HTC has been accused of displaying disregard for the law by IPCom.

What you need to know HTC has stopped selling its phones in the UK due to an ongoing patent dispute with IPCom. All HTC products on the company’s online store are listed as “out of stock” currently. Amazon, however, is yet to pull HTC phones from sale in the UK.

Struggling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has temporarily stopped selling phones via its online store in  [Read More…]

Oculus Quest devices are selling as fast as Facebook can make them

The Oculus Quest is selling so well that Facebook has a hard time keeping them in stock.

What you need to know The Oculus Quest is selling well, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The standalone headset has earned positive reviews from several outlets. Orders for the Oculus Quest are often delayed due to stock shortages.

The Oculus Quest is performing well according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. In the Facebook Q2 2019 Earnings call, Zuckerberg stated  [Read More…]