Ting has been allowing consumers to bring inactive Sprint devices onto its service for a while now. Folks with a phone from another carrier haven’t been able to enjoy the same support, but today Ting announced that it’s going to do something ... Read More »
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Just as expected, Verizon today announced the official launch of its XLTE service. XLTE offers double the bandwidth of Verizon’s regular 4G LTE network where the carrier has deployed AWS spectrum, and the service also offers faster peak data speeds.
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 hasn’t gotten the warmest reception in the media as of late. Technology enthusiasts want something very specific out of their devices, and Samsung hasn’t delivered it in many ways. But no matter how much we talk about what Samsung has to change, it’s just proven again and again that the regular ... Read More »
There has been a big shuffle of employees at Samsung recently, with the head of mobile design Chang Dong-hoon being reassigned to head of design strategy. In his place will be his former VP, Lee Min-hyouk. While there is no reason given for the change in leadership within the Samsung design team, it can only ... Read More »
Samsung has successfully rolled Android 4.4.2 updates out to several of its devices, including the Galaxy S 4 and several variants of the Galaxy Note 3. There are still several other Galaxy devices still waiting for their taste of KitKat, though. ... Read More »
Last month, a Developer Edition of the Verizon Galaxy S5 quietly popped up on Samsung’s official website. The device’s existence didn’t come as a total shock since Verizon and Samsung have teamed up on several Developer Edition smartphones in the past, but at the time, we didn’t ... Read More »
Back in February, Sprint updated both its Galaxy S 4 and Galaxy Note 3 to Android 4.4.2, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. Now Sprint has revealed that it’s time for Galaxy S III owners to ... Read More »
When OnePlus officially revealed its One smartphone earlier this week, it teased that interested consumers would be able to apply to smash their existing device in exchange for 1 of the first 100 OnePlus One units. That program is now officially live and accepting applications.
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