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T-Mobile Bumps Unlimited Data Throttling Limit To 50GB

09/19/2017, Despite many carriers advertising unlimited data plans, most of the time there is a cap in which should users hit that limit, their speeds will be throttled. For the most part these plans are unlimited, and these caps are put into place to prevent users...

iPhone X’s Profit Margins Aren’t As High As You Might Think

09/19/2017, The iPhone X is Apple’s most expensive iPhone to date, or at least as far as base models are concerned with the 64GB model priced at $999, way above that of the iPhone 8 whose base model is priced at $699. Now some might argue that Apple could just be...

Apple’s iPhone X Could Be Hurting Its iPhone 8 Sales

09/18/2017, Apple’s iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be released soon, while the iPhone X is only expected to be released in November. However it seems that despite the time gap that is said to allow Apple to prevent the iPhone X from distracting potential iPhone 8...

iPhone 8, iPhone X Benchmarks Are Outperforming The Competition

09/18/2017, There are jokes making their rounds on the internet about how the newly announced iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the iPhone X are sporting features and hardware that as far as Android handsets are concerned, are considered “old”. However it seems that despite...

Motorola Says Moto G4 Plus Will Receive Android 8.0 Oreo Update

09/18/2017, Last year when the Moto G4 Plus was announced, one of the ways that Motorola advertised the handset was that it would be eligible to receive the Android 8.0 Oreo update. However when Motorola announced the list of handsets that would receive the update,...

Samsung Now Allowing Users To Disable The Bixby Key

09/18/2017, With the launch of the Bixby digital assistant, it also saw Samsung add new hardware buttons to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 handsets. The idea behind the new hardware buttons is that it lets users press it to launch Bixby instantly, and basically acts...

Nokia 8 Oreo Update Being Tested

09/18/2017, HMD Global released the Nokia 8 with Android 7.1.1 Nougat last month. It’s no secret that the handset is compatible with Android 8.0 Oreo and will receive the update in the future. It may arrive sooner rather than later. It has been confirmed that...

Huawei Pay U.S. Launch Possible

09/18/2017, Huawei has its own mobile payments service that has been limited to China so far but that might be about to change in the near future. A trademark application has surfaced which suggests that Huawei Pay might be heading to the United States. Huawei...

iOS 11 Release Due For These Devices Tomorrow

09/18/2017, The next major platform update for iOS is going to be released tomorrow. Apple unveiled iOS 11 earlier this year at its WWDC 2017 conference. The software has been in beta since then and developers have been testing it out. iOS 11 is finally going to be...

iPhone Screen Replacements Are Now More Expensive

09/18/2017, Did you break the screen on your iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus? If you take it in for a replacement at Apple, you’ll have to spend more than you would have in the past. Apple has raised prices for screen replacements across...

Spotify And Waze Integration Lands On iOS

09/18/2017, Google-owned Waze announced a partnership with Spotify earlier this year. The idea was to eliminate the hassle for drivers that want to listen to music while keeping an eye on their navigational app. To enable them to stream music without having to leave...

Huawei Makes Fun Of Apple’s iPhone X Face ID Fail

09/18/2017, If you were watching the iPhone event earlier this month you might recall that when the time came for a demo of the iPhone X’s Face ID facial recognition feature, things didn’t go as planned. Face ID failed on the primary demo device twice so...

Galaxy S9 Camera Sensor Will Reportedly Shoot At 1,000 FPS

09/18/2017, If a new report out of South Korea is believed, the Galaxy S9 is going to feature an image sensor that’s going to be capable of recording video at 1,000 frames-per-second. It’s claimed that Samsung will make this sensor in-house instead of...