BlackBerry is known for its security in the corporate world, and with the PRIV running Android, the company will have to deal with an entirely different method of keeping its device safe.
We all know how carriers love to delay Android updates. BlackBerry has spoken about such problems and revealed that important security hotfixes can be ... Read More »
Sprint isn’t looking too good recently, and it shows from the latest decision by Sprint’s new CEO. The company aims to save between $2 and $2.5 billion dollars in the next 6 months, which is quite a feat considering it spent $7.5 billion in a three-month span ending June 30.
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If you’re not aware, Experian had a serious data breach which has compromised the personal information of some T-Mobile customers. More specifically, the intruder had access to the info of those who applied for T-Mobile postpaid services between September 1 of 2013 and September 16 of 2015. While credit card info was not stolen, identifying ... Read More »
Project Fi is only officially compatible with the Nexus 6, but interestingly enough, it seems to work well on the new Moto X Pure Edition. The devices are similar enough, being fully unlocked Motorola devices with pure Android, so it was worth a try.
Droid-Life tested it out by throwing a Project ... Read More »
Most Android smartphones contain a hardware FM radio receiver that’s bundled with radios such as Bluetooth and WiFi. But for the US market, they’re often disabled. It’s been the case many times where the international version of a device had an FM radio but the US version didn’t. AT&T is going to fix that.
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According to The Wall Street Journal, Google is poised to unveil its wireless service as early as tomorrow. Google has been rumored to be creating an MVNO for months now, but the project seems to be nearing fruition. The key selling point of the ... Read More »
When it comes to updates, Nexus and Google Play edition devices are always expected to get the latest version of Android first. Though Google Play edition devices may be a bit behind Nexus devices, they are both supposed to be up to date within a few weeks of the latest version of Android being pushed ... Read More »
If you don’t remember, cell phone unlocking was made illegal not too long ago. You had to do it through your carrier, and as you can imagine, the carrier isn’t always happy to unlock your device. If you’re still in a contract, your phone is staying locked to your carrier. This understandably pissed off a ... Read More »
T-Mobile is apparently a hot commodity. Way before the Uncarrier push, AT&T tried to buy out the company, which ended up failing. Now Sprint is trying come up with a deal to buy T-Mobile, though with the carrier now in a far better position, it has some leverage in such dealings. But now, it looks ... Read More »
The LG G2 is a pretty awesome device if you’re a fan of big phones. There a lot of people that prefer smaller handsets, though, and the smartphone industry has not been very accommodating to them lately. Most “mini” devices have been underpowered, mid-range smartphones with a shell that happens to look like the full-size ... Read More »