Samsung has historically used Qualcomm processors in its smartphones as well as its own in-house Exynos processors, but a third brand could get added to that list. Last week, MediaTek chairman Tsai Ming-kai named Samsung as a partner. And today, Arthur Wang, MediaTek’s senior director, confirmed that Samsung is indeed a customer.
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Spotify has finally made its way to Japan, the company announced in a press release this morning. While Japan is a big market for music, music streaming hasn’t exactly taken off. Despite this, Spotify will be competing with giants already established in the country, such as Apple Music and Google’s own Play Music as well as some local offerings.
But, Spotify’s Japanese launch isn’t the only exciting thing. Worldwide mobile lyric support seems to be on its way, with its first debut happening alongside this launch in Japan.
T-Mobile announced today that it has extended its summer offer, giving customers free high-speed roaming and calling in South America and Europe. Starting October 1, T-Mobile customers will be able to take advantage of this offer until the end of 2016.
Since Google is readying the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL for next week, we’re going over everything that you can expect from the devices.
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Well, we knew the Moto Z family wouldn’t be getting updates as quickly as Nexus devices, but it looks like Lenovo isn’t lagging too far behind on getting their current crop of smartphones updated to Nougat. Read more
Let’s face it: it’s hard to find a match on Tinder. With so many people using the dating application to find matches, it can often be hard to stand out from the crowd and get your name out there. But, Tinder is looking to fix this problem with an all-new feature that gives you a chance to become a top profile in your area.
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BlackBerry will go down in history as one of the key players in the early smartphone market, but that era is officially over. In the company’s quarterly financial results, they’ve announced that they’ll no longer be manufacturing any smartphones from this point forward, coming after BlackBerry posted an $8 million loss over the previous quarter. Sad, but reasonable. Read more
Remember that BlackBerry DTEK60 that leaked about a week ago? We’ve got a little more info on it hinting at how BB will be branding it once it’s released. Spoiler: it’s not particularly exciting. Read more