Sprint has brought back a promotion that offers a year’s worth of free unlimited service to those who switch from their existing carrier and bring over their own device. The promotion is aimed at Verizon customers as the marketing materials tell them to “Stop feeling ripped off by Verizon.” Big Red customers can keep their Verizon handset as “save $900 in the first year,” according to Sprint.
Read full post →Sprint’s Free Unlimited Service Is Back To Target Verizon Customers

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You may have read a conspiracy theory online in the past year that Apple intentionally slows down old iPhones to get people to buy its latest smartphones. The company later confirmed that it does slow down iPhones that have naturally degraded batteries but it’s not for the nefarious reason that conspiracy theorists believe. The company has apologized for it previously and in a new interview Apple CEO Tim Cook says that Apple “deeply apologizes” for this “miscommunications.”
Read full post →Apple ‘Deeply Apologizes’ For Slowing Down Old iPhones

Amazon Studios has made a name for itself by picking out some great niche independent projects to stock up its TV and movie library. It has been a regular fixture at the Sundance Film Festival in recent years where it buys these art-house movies. However, a new report suggests that Amazon is now changing gears as it looks to bring more people in for its Prime Video service. Amazon will reportedly focus more on big budget movies now and reduce the resources it devotes to independent films.
Read full post →Amazon Will Reportedly Focus On Big Budget Movies Now

Samsung today announced that it has started mass producing the industry’s first 16-gigabit Graphics Double Data Rate 6 (GDDR6) RAM which will be used for next-generation graphics cards as well as automotive, network, and artificial intelligence systems. It was only a matter of time before Samsung announced this as the company confirmed when it unveiled the 8-gigabit DDR4 RAM chips last month that its 16-gigabit GDDR6 chips will be launched soon.
Read full post →Samsung Now Producing GDDR6 RAM For Next-Gen Graphics Cards

We often see an odd kind of challenge trending on YouTube and it feels like within days anyone and everyone on YouTube uploads a video taking part in the said challenge to provide content for their audiences. Previous examples include the cinnamon challenge which had people trying to ingest copious amounts of the spice for no apparent reason. The latest trend involves Tide Pods and it’s a good thing that YouTube has started pulling those videos before things get out of hand.
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Now that CES is behind us, the next major event coming up will be MWC 2018 which will be kicking off towards the end of February. While CES focused more on smart home appliances, wild proof-of-concepts, and crazy displays, MWC will focus on mobile devices in which we can expect quite a few announcements. Read full post →HMD Promises ‘Awesome’ Nokia-Related News At MWC 2018

Being able to control your connected appliances through Google Home/Google Assistant isn’t exactly a new feature. However for some devices, you had to specifically mention the brand, meaning that in a way Google Assistant acts as a middle person to convey your message to the appliance. Read full post →Google Assistant Can Now Control Smart Locks Natively

Back in October 2017, Google launched a camera called Clips, but the company did not mention when the device will be released. However it seems that its launch could be imminent, thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC (via Variety; via 9to5Google\) which seems to indicate that Clips is now one step closer away from being released. Read full post →Google Clips Passes Through The FCC, Launch Imminent

Back in 2017, leakster Evan Blass “confirmed” that we could expect to see Motorola refresh its lineup of Moto G handsets, and it’s starting to look like his predictions are coming true. In a series of renders obtained and published by Droid-Life, it looks like we have an idea of what the upcoming Moto G6 handsets could look like. Read full post →Alleged Renders Of The Moto G6, G6 Plus, G6 Play Leaked

It is apparent that the next level in mobile connectivity we can look forward to is 5G. US carriers such as AT&T and Verizon have announced plans to gradually roll out 5G coverage in the US, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Samsung is getting themselves ready for the 5G evolution. Read full post →Samsung Reportedly Working On 5G Exynos Modem For 2019 Smartphones