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Sprint Opens Twice The Price Store To Troll Verizon

Sprint Opens Twice The Price Store To Troll Verizon

by Staff on Friday, July 21, 2017

Why open a store called Twice the Price? For Sprint, it serves as a rather weird (and even hilarious) way to tell people about how its rival’s pricing is off the charts (okay, that is a bit of an exaggeration). So which rival are we talking about here?

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DHS Ends Ban On Laptops On All Aircraft Flying From Middle East

DHS Ends Ban On Laptops On All Aircraft Flying From Middle East

by Staff on Thursday, July 20, 2017

The United States government has officially ended a ban which disallowed laptop devices and other big electrical gadgets to be carried on commercial flights coming from a total of ten countries in the Middle East, as well as flights from nine different airline companies.

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Appears in: Mobile, smartphone, Smartphones

A Basic Guide To Dealing With Robocalls

A Basic Guide To Dealing With Robocalls

by Staff on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

You might have already encountered at least one if you are an owner of a mobile phone. Robocalls used to annoy the heck out of landline phones, but now that we are living in a world wherein people are about be likely to own a cell phone than a landline phone, robocalls are starting to invade our handsets. So how do we deal?

 

The Reason Robocalls Exist

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Apple Previews A Few Emoji That Will Be Launching Later This Year

Apple Previews A Few Emoji That Will Be Launching Later This Year

by Staff on Tuesday, July 18, 2017

In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple has released previews of a few of its new emoji, which will be making their debut on iOS, watchOS, and macOS a few months from now.

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Enjoy Free Data When Purchasing A New Plan From Tello

Enjoy Free Data When Purchasing A New Plan From Tello

by Staff on Monday, July 17, 2017

Here is a hot summer deal for anybody looking for a budget friendly wireless service -- if you purchase any new mobile plan from Tello, the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) will be giving you free data.

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Appears in: Mobile, Wireless

US CBP Acknowledges It Doesn’t Have The Authority To Check Data Stored In The Cloud

US CBP Acknowledges It Doesn’t Have The Authority To Check Data Stored In The Cloud

by Staff on Friday, July 14, 2017

The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has admitted that they currently do not have the authority to examine any data stored in the cloud when performing phone searches on travelers coming to the country.

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Appears in: Mobile, smartphone, Smartphones

FCC Votes Unanimously To Review System That Lets Phone Companies Check If A Number Is Legit

FCC Votes Unanimously To Review System That Lets Phone Companies Check If A Number Is Legit

by Staff on Thursday, July 13, 2017

Just this week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted unanimously to go over a system that would basically let phone companies determine if a particular number calling a customer is legitimate or not.

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Appears in: Mobile, Wireless

Seeing AI: An iOS App From Microsoft That Describes Blind Users’ Surroundings

Seeing AI: An iOS App From Microsoft That Describes Blind Users’ Surroundings

by Staff on Wednesday, July 12, 2017

While many tech companies nowadays continue to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can be put to good use in our daily lives, there are only a few who actually try to experiment with how today’s AI tech can help those with physical or sensory limitations.

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Usage Of Siri Decreases Since 2016, While Alexa’s And Cortana’s Improve

Usage Of Siri Decreases Since 2016, While Alexa’s And Cortana’s Improve

by Staff on Tuesday, July 11, 2017

According to a new report recently released by Verto Analytics just this week, Siri is still the most widely used virtual assistant in the United States, with 41.4 million active users on a monthly basis.

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Appears in: Apple, Mobile

Qualcomm Looking To Add 5G, UAS To Its San Diego 3.5 GigaHertz Trials

Qualcomm Looking To Add 5G, UAS To Its San Diego 3.5 GigaHertz Trials

by Staff on Monday, July 10, 2017

Qualcomm is now requesting the approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with regards to an update to the chip maker’s current license so that it can include unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in the license’s scope.

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Appears in: Mobile, Wireless

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