T-Mobile’s Binge On program was launched about eight months ago and the carrier has rapidly scaled it up. It announced today that more than 100 video providers now support Binge On, enabling the carrier’s customers to stream video from them without ever having it count against their monthly data allowance. The list of supported services has quadrupled over the eight months since Binge On was launched.
Read full post →T-Mobile Binge On Now Supports Over 100 Video Providers

BlackBerry said it would talk about new handsets this week and it has kept that promise. The company today announced its second Android-powered smartphone, it has a very unusual name, it’s called the DTEK50. BlackBerry touts it as “the world’s most secure Android smartphone.” Pre-orders for the handset are now open in the United States as well as in a handful of markets across the globe.
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Amazon is committing to the Indian market in a big way and as a testament to that, today it announced the launch of Amazon Prime in the country. The company has now launched its same-day delivery service in the world’s second most populated country. Amazon Prime is only available in a handful of countries right now including the United States, Japan, United Kingdom, and Germany.
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Apple is going to release its new iPhones in around two months. The company’s smartphones drive a lot of business for mobile carriers in the United States which is why it makes sense for Sprint to make its plans slightly more expensive prior to the launch of the 2016 iPhones. Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure has said that Sprint is getting rid of its half-off promotion and that the carrier will introduce “a new set of rate plans before the next iPhone.”
Read full post →Sprint Plans Will Get Expensive Before New iPhones Arrive

Not much is known about Nintendo’s next-generation console right now, only that the company is currently working on the NX. A new report suggests challenges the basic idea that many have about this console. Apparently, the Nintendo NX is going to be a 100 percent fully portable handheld console, so if this report is believed, it’s not entirely going to be similar to the likes of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Read full post →Nintendo NX Is Reportedly A Proper Handheld Gaming Console

samsung-logoWe know we are probably a bit early and with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 having yet to be launched, it does seem premature to talk about the Galaxy S8, which presumably will be launching next year. However it seems that the rumor mill doesn’t care about premature as the rumors have already begun trickling in. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S8 To Come With 4K VR-Ready Display [Rumor]

Last month during E3, id Software announced the latest Quake game that would be added to their portfolio: Quake Champions. Unlike previous Quake games in which pretty much the character model you chose was simply superficial, and that at the end of the day it really boils down to your skill level, Quake Champions will introduce a class system. Read full post →The Class System Of Quake Champions Explained In New Video

apple pencil trackpadOver the years we’ve seen how Apple has tried to transform their Mac computers and MacBooks into pseudo-iOS devices. For example we’re starting to see more “communication” between iOS devices and Mac computers, and let’s not forget the trackpads on MacBooks which allows users to interact with it like a touchscreen display. Read full post →Apple Patent Lets The Apple Pencil Work On The Mac’s Trackpad

miitomo-candyNintendo’s first mobile app, Miitomo, showed a lot of promise at the start, but later stats showed that gamers had stopped playing the game in droves. It has been suggested that the lack of progression is something that could have caused gamers to get bored fast, but the good news is that Nintendo has an update that gamers could be interested in. Read full post →Upcoming Miitomo Update Might Lure Players Back To The Game

SMS-based two-factor authentication is a pretty handy tool when trying to verify a user’s identity. This is because unlike instant messengers like WhatsApp, SMS can be used as long as you are connected to a carrier, meaning that when you don’t have internet access, you can still verify logins and credit card purchases. Read full post →SMS-based Two-Factor Authentication Could Be Banned Soon