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T-Mobile’s Free Pizza Special Offer Is Back

T-Mobile’s Free Pizza Special Offer Is Back

by Staff on Friday, February 10, 2017

The third biggest wireless carrier in America has finally decided to resurrect the free pizza promotional deal it first introduced back in June of last year. While 2016’s special offer involved Domino’s as the supplier of pizza pies, 2017 now sees Papa John’s serve up the pizza for hungry T-Mobile subscribers.

 

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Appears in: t-mobile, Wireless

Facebook Deploys Weather App (Quietly)

Facebook Deploys Weather App (Quietly)

by Staff on Thursday, February 09, 2017

It turns out that the world’s most popular social media platform has decided to start rolling out (albeit quietly) a full weather forecast feature within its main mobile app and its desktop site. This new addition to Facebook can be accessed easily from News Feed or the app’s More menu, that part that takes you to Friends, Events, Groups, and Pages, among many others.

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Appears in: Mobile, smartphone, Smartphones

Apple Vs. Samsung Case Heading Back To District Court

Apple Vs. Samsung Case Heading Back To District Court

by Staff on Wednesday, February 08, 2017

The highly publicized case between two of the biggest phone makers in the world (Apple and Samsung) is headed back to where it all began -- the district court of the city of San Jose in the state of California.

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Google’s AMP Now Lets User View, Copy, And Share A Publisher’s Own Links

Google’s AMP Now Lets User View, Copy, And Share A Publisher’s Own Links

by Staff on Tuesday, February 07, 2017

This week, Google has started deploying an update to Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), now allowing users to view, copy, and even share the publisher’s own links, instead of the AMP URL.

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Sprint: Customers Sent Nearly 5 Terabytes Of Data During Super Bowl

Sprint: Customers Sent Nearly 5 Terabytes Of Data During Super Bowl

by Staff on Monday, February 06, 2017

At this year’s Super Bowl, Sprint is claiming that its customers transmitted a vast amount of data across the carrier’s LTE Plus network, consuming almost 5 terabytes of data inside and in areas directly surrounding the NRG Stadium in the city of Houston in Texas last February 5th.

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FCC Stops Inquiries On Zero-Rated Data

FCC Stops Inquiries On Zero-Rated Data

by Staff on Friday, February 03, 2017

Earlier this year, the Federal Communications Commission had released a report on zero rated data services, stating that while these types of offerings are not necessarily in violation of net neutrality rul

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Let The 5G Spectrum Wars Begin

Let The 5G Spectrum Wars Begin

by Staff on Thursday, February 02, 2017

Just this week, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Google, and Dish Network all revealed their separate plans to acquire or roll out high band spectrum assets that many industry watchers expect will serve as the backbone in providing

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Roaming Fees Will Soon Be No More In Europe This Coming Summer

Roaming Fees Will Soon Be No More In Europe This Coming Summer

by Staff on Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Mobile users who are based in countries belonging to the European Union (EU) may now start bidding their goodbyes to roaming charges. That is because Europe’s executive body, parliament, and representatives of the 28 Member States have finally come to terms regarding a deal on wholesale charges, i.e.

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Nexus 6, Nexus 9 Will Not Get Android 7.1.2 Update

Nexus 6, Nexus 9 Will Not Get Android 7.1.2 Update

by Staff on Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Progress is not always a bad thing, and should be for the benefit of everyone. But in the age of mobile devices, especially with regards to software updates, it is all but inevitable that some smartphone models will be left behind in getting the latest versions of operating systems.

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Lyft Is Now A Top Ten App Because Of #DeleteUber

Lyft Is Now A Top Ten App Because Of #DeleteUber

by Staff on Monday, January 30, 2017

Lyft’s mobile app has enjoyed a massive lift in the App Store due to the #DeleteUber campaign which has trended over social media sites in the last few days. Here is the story behind the movement -- lots of users expressed their frustration over Uber appearing to be exploiting a taxi cab strike at John F.

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