After announcing its new Jump On Demand phone leasing program late last week, T-Mobile is officially ready to start signing customers up for the program in retail stores.
The crew behind the OnePlus 2 are busy unveiling plenty of the smartphone’s features. For instance, they recently unveiling that the device will feature a USB Type-C port. OnePlus also unveiled just when the new flagship will be announced, telling interested folks to circle July 27 on their calendars and to get their virtual ... Read More »
Both handsets share a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, access to enhanced LTE data and a handful of software features:
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For a flagship phone, a lot rides on its design and hardware. When someone sees it or holds it for the first time, they make a snap judgement of the device. Every thought about the phone after that is colored by that initial impression, so it’s important that it delivers a quality build. With the ... Read More »
Last week T-Mobile made waves when it announced JUMP! On Demand, and now it looks like this week is going to belong to Sprint.
Railroad crossings in the United States have seen an increase in accidents recently, and so in an attempt to combat this issue, the Federal Railway Administration (FRA) is getting a bit of help from Google Maps.
Soon, Google Maps will gain location information on both public and private highway railroad crossings across the United States. ... Read More »
Starting today, Sprint customers in more locations will be able to have their new phone delivered to them and set up for free.
The “Ok, Google” hotword is already pretty great, letting you quickly look up information, check the weather, and more. But some new code suggests that Google is going to soon make the hotword even better.
The Internet is an incredible blessing, but one of the bingest drawbacks is the enormous amount of advertising found within it. When using a mobile device, those ads become even more of a pain point, as your fingers have far less accuracy and control than a mouse. Google is working to improve the experience for ... Read More »
While we wait to see if the DROID Turbo’s new soak test is for an Android 5.1 update, Motorola has confirmed that it is indeed soak testing 5.1 for two other phones.
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