T-Mobile preps two more celebrity-filled ads for Super Bowl LI

T-Mobile pushes some pretty entertaining commercials throughout the year, so you can understand why we’re excited to see what they’re doing for the Super Bowl. Their first commercial, starring Justin Bieber and New England tight end Rob Gronkowski, is already set to make a splash, but the Super Bowl is a long game, so we’re getting a couple extra ads to look forward to.

Google Now Launcher is going away, but it’s not all bad news

Hopefully you weren’t too attached to the Google Now Launcher, because has decided to take it the way of Google Reader. The good news is that they’re working on making GNL’s features available to pretty much every launcher, but that still means anyone that’s actively using the launcher from the Play Store will have to shift to something else very soon.

Move over, Samsung; the LG G6 leaks in broad daylight

We’ve had no shortage of Galaxy S8 leaks this year, whether you’re interested in what the device looks like, what kind of hardware it will have, or even what accessories will launch with it. All the Samsung hype has pushed some other phones to the wayside, but that doesn’t mean we’re not still incredibly excited to see what LG has cooked up to compete with Samsung’s return to form after the explosive Galaxy Note 7 launch.

Android 7.0 Nougat is currently in testing for several T-Mobile Samsung phones

Samsung has already released Android 7.0 Nougat for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge but we’re still waiting for that update on the carrier-branded versions of the device. Like pretty much all major updates on a carrier phone, there’s a delay between when the manufacturer releases it and when the phone actually gets updated, but it’s a good opportunity to see which carriers are quick to get the new software pushed out.