T-Mobile is very proud of their Binge On program, and they keep making it better and better. The latest update brings a handful of new partners to the carrier’s unlimited streaming option, which means there are almost 90 video services available to stream without touching your data cap. Pretty impressive stuff. Read more
The OnePlus 3 with 64GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM will be an Amazon exclusive in India, according to an ad placed in the Hindustan Times newspaper.
We already know one thing about the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge: they’re extremely popular smartphone. Samsung has already sold a whopping 10 million units, but some early reports are suggesting sales could reach as much as 25 million by the end of June.
Now that we’re entering the summer, things are really going to
heat up get interesting in the mobile industry. We’re nearing the launch of flagship devices from Samsung and Apple. Last year, Samsung bumped up the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 to cut into potential iPhone sales before Apple debuted the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. This year, all signs are pointing to the next Galaxy Note device coming even earlier than the mid-August launch we saw in 2015.
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T-Mobile announced today that the carrier is rolling out Marshmallow to the BlackBerry Priv.
A new survey completed by Walker Sands, a digital marketing agency, shows that Android Pay is the top mobile payment application amongst U.S. consumers. Walker Sands recently completed their third annual Future of Retail Study and found 19 percent of those responding had used Android Pay to make a purchase in a store. Read more
So chances are you’ve never heard of YI Technology, but I’m willing to bet they’ll become a familiar brand in the United States very soon. It’s an imaging technology company, whose name stands for “Your Innovator,” with big ambitions to knock competitors by releasing strong products that carry shockingly low price tags. YI is like the Xiaomi of its industry, which is ironic because Xiaomi is an investor in this company. But unlike Xiaomi, YI is ready right now to battle in the country where new brands and products vanish as fast as they appear.
Late last year, YI’s Action Camera went on sale in the U.S. when Amazon signed on as its exclusive seller. The portfolio then expanded with the introduction of the Home Camera right before the end of 2015, but that was quickly succeeded by the new Home Camera 2 in April. This device from YI is similar visually to the original Home Camera; the real differences are inside. YI slightly altered the design but ushered in entirely new internal components that elevate this affordable home monitoring system.
Hit the break for our review of the YI Home Camera 2.
We’re just a day away from OnePlus making the OnePlus 3 official, but you know that won’t stop the rumor mill from churning out just a few more photos. The latest leak shows off the device, in the flesh, from the front and back. It’s arguably the clearest look we’ve seen, unless you count the press renders and promotional material. Hit the break to check it out. Read more
When I reviewed it last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 was declared the best phone in the world. That almost holds true today because of its premium build and specifications that stand strong against current flagships. There are millions of people around the world who purchased the Galaxy Note 5 and have no regrets about doing so. It’s just a beast of a phone any way you look at it, and maybe you want to protect that pricey investment.
We’re partnering with Mobile Fun to give five of our readers their own case made by Incipio for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
Just one week after Google’s Android Security Bulletin for June 2016 went up, a software update is rolling out to the unlocked HTC 10 that includes three enhancements.