It hasn’t been long since AT&T’s acquisition of DirecTV was approved, this move brought together the country’s second largest mobile carrier with its biggest satellite TV provider. It was evident that AT&T would capitalize on DirecTV’s offering and the company is wasting no time in putting its new asset to work. AT&T has launched a new wireless-and-TV plan worth $200.

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For about a decade Samsung has been involved in a dispute with many workers from its chip and display factories and their families as they claimed that prolonged exposure to radiation and dangerous chemicals at Samsung factories had made them sick with illnesses like lymphoma and leukemia. Samsung made a significant shift in its stance on this issue by making a public apology to those workers and families in May 2014 and now it has announced that it’s setting up a multi-million dollar fund to compensate them.

Read full post →Samsung Sets Up Cancer Fund To Compensate Workers

Most people don’t even know that they are constantly being tracked and that all their locations are being recorded in Google servers. Every place you visit is being tracked using Wi-Fi, mobile networks and GPS. This option is enabled by default and usually makes the user experience better and more convenient.

There are many applications and services that depend on your location, such as “Google Now” or showing your location in Tweets and Facebook posts, etc. so your movement is constantly tracked.

Even though tracking your location has many benefits, however, privacy conscious people are not comfortable with this privacy breach and don’t want to give away their exact location. For those people there is an option to disable this function and also delete all the previous location history.

If you are one of them, then it is better to disable this feature and keep your current location private. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to disable Google Location feature and also remove previous location history. Read full post →How To Disable Google Location Tracking (Android+iOS+Web)


Previously Amazon Prime members were able to share two-day free shipping, which is one of the major selling points of the $99 Prime program, with four other adults but Amazon has now made some changes to the way members can share this privilege with other adults. Free two-day Amazon Prime shipping can now only be shared with just one other adult, thus effectively ruling out the practice of sharing it with friends.

Read full post →Amazon Prime Two-Day Shipping Can No Longer Be Shared With Four Adults


Sprint has released a new update for Galaxy Note 4 today which brings up the device from Android 5.0 to Android 5.1.1. Aside from bringing all of the improvements that are part and parcel of Android 5.1.1 this update also brings a critical security vulnerability fix. Sprint has patched the Stagefright vulnerability discovered in Android recently with this software update for the Galaxy Note 4.

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A report published today claims that Apple employees are internally testing a new voicemail service which allows the Siri digital personal assistant to answer calls for a user and transcribe voicemail messages. The iCloud service would then be used to send users the text of that transcribed voicemail which effectively means that you will never have to listen to your voicemail messages again.

Read full post →Apple May Allow Siri To Answer Your Calls

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Parrot showed off a very impressive connected infotainment system for vehicles at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 earlier this year, called the RNB6 it runs Android 5.0 Lollipop proper and features supported for both Android Auto and CarPlay. Parrot did say back then that RNB6 will be released around the summer but that’s not going to happen, the company has confirmed that the RNB6 is not going to be released as an aftermarket head unit.

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Samsung unveiled its payments service back in March alongside the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Pay will first be launched in South Korea and the United States. The company has already been running trials for the service in its home country and a report out of Korea today says that Samsung is now putting final touches on its payments service which means that a formal launch is not too far off now.

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The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number is a unique number given to every phone, and it is used for identifying a phone. Most people don’t know what the IMEI number is, as there is usually no need to use it.

However, this number is actually important, especially when your phone is lost or stolen. This number is required to identify your phone, so it could be blocked from networks (but that’s rarely the case). You may also be required to provide your IMEI number if you want to sell your phone, if the buyer wants to check if it was stolen.

Although the IMEI number is not located right in front of you, finding it is not a difficult job and there are many different methods to find it. Even if you have lost your phone, you can still find your IMEI number through different methods and report that it is lost. Read full post →How To Find Your IMEI Number (iOS + Android)

HTC Desire 828w

HTC is expanding its Desire range of smartphones and that too at a very steady rate. In the latest development, the company has added yet another device in the list, named as Desire 828w. The new device has made an appearance at the TENAA certification center in China.
Read full post →Mid-Range HTC Desire 828w Gets Through TENAA Certification