AT&T boosts LTE capacity by 400% in Washington D.C. ahead of Inauguration Day

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In case you’ve forgotten, tomorrow (Jan 20th), is the day that the 45th President of the United States is sworn into office, with the President-elect, Donald Trump, becoming the President for the next 4 years at least. Because so many people are expected to visit Washington D.C. on the big day to witness the occasion, it’s expected that carrier networks in the area will be under strain. With this in mind, AT&T has announced that it has spent 2-years planning planned for the day, with LTE capacity set to be increased by 400% in the area.

Possible screen protectors for Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked in new image

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Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is easily one of the most anticipated smartphones for 2017 and the rumors and leaks keep flooding in. The latest comes courtesy of the Twitter user @dfordesign and shows what could very well be tempered glass screen protectors for the Galaxy S8, giving us our best glimpse yet of the possible design.

Join us after the break for the details.

Nokia 6 sells out in one minute during its first flash sale

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After varied success with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, Nokia is hoping to start 2017 strong with a new line of Android smartphones including the upcoming Nokia 6. During an initial flash sale on the Chinese e-commerce site JD.com, the Nokia 6 was completely sold out roughly one minute after orders opened. Could this indicate a return of the once leader of mobile phones to its former glory?

Join us after the break for more.

Samsung reveals which phones and tablets will be updated to Nougat in the first half of 2017

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Unless you own a Pixel or one of the last Nexus devices, a question that runs through your head when Google announces a new version of Android is if your device will receive a firmware update, never mind when. Owners of selected Samsung smartphones and tablets can breathe a small sigh of relief thanks to the Korean manufacturer having revealed which of its devices will be updated to Android 7.0 Nougat during the first half of 2017.

Your unlocked Moto Z, Moto Z Play will get Android 7.0 Nougat over the next two months

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The wait for unlocked devices from the Moto Z family to get Android 7.0 Nougat is almost over, but it won’t be happening in January.

Lenovo is telling owners of the unlocked Moto Z and Moto Z Play when to expect the software update but not when it’ll actually be released. It’s a glimpse of transparency, though, since details surrounding the Moto brand have been light ever since Lenovo bought Motorola in 2014.

Hit the break to see when Nougat is rolling out.

Best journaling apps

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Journaling can be a great habit to get into. While some journal for their own sake, to recall memories and great milestones, others journal for their families, so their children and grandchildren can have a glimpse into their lives to see exactly what they were like. Others may just want a place on paper to hash out their thoughts, and there’s so many other reasons people are drawn to journaling as well.

Whatever your reasoning is, we’ve compiled a list of the top 6 journaling apps we recommend for Android. With every motive from thinking more positively to simply cataloging your days, there’s something for everyone. So without further ado, here’s our top 6 picks.

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Looking to expand your skills into software development? Then you might want to check out the Full Stack Programmer Bundle from our online store. With over 130 hours of content, you’ll learn all about JavaScript, Python, PHP, Bootstrap and many other languages as well as a few back-end technologies. With this course, you’ll be a Web development pro in no time!

Get ready for Android One phones in the US

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Remember Android One? Don’t feel bad if you’ve forgotten, it’s kind of fallen off the radar since Google announced it a few years ago.

Android One devices were intended to be basically very low cost Nexus phones. They’re cheap, but run unskinned Android and are quick to get updates. Google originally had a pretty controlling approach to the hardware that went into Android One devices, but they’ve loosened that up a bit.