Contest: Win a Zeblaze Crystal smartwatch from TalkAndroid! (UK-only)


Smartwatches are handy little things, notifying us of messages, calls, appointments and many other things while allowing us to keep our smartphones in our pockets. It’s something that can be extremely handy when in meetings or at the gym. If you don’t already own one, you’ll be glad to find out that we have joined up with the online retailer, Pandawill, to give away a Zeblaze Crystal smartwatch. Join us after the break for details on how to enter the giveaway. Read more

T-Mobile stuffs stockings with unlimited 4G LTE data


John Legere & Co. are at it once again. T-Mobile announced today that all Simple Choice customers are being given unlimited high-speed data at no extra charge. From December through March, customers will be able to use as much data as they’d like without T-Mobile slowing down data speeds. With the carrier’s network experiencing a 10% spike in usage around the holidays, T-Mobile wants data speeds to be the last thing their customers worry about.

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You can now take a tour of some Jordan’s ancient landmarks using Street View

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If you’re a passionate historian, we have some great news for you. Starting today, you can head on over to Google Maps to explore more than 30 historical sites throughout Jordan in the Middle East using Street View to have a look around the Roman-built ancient city of Jerash, the archaeological site of Petra and much, much more.

Hit the break below to see just how the Google team photographed the region, and to view a collection of videos from the best and most intriguing sites they visited on their travels.

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Will the microSD card slot return for Samsung’s Galaxy S7?


In 2015, Samsung’s flagship experienced a lot changes. The company ditched plastic, faux leather, and other funky materials for premium metal and glass. The design of the Galaxy S6 is unlike anything Samsung has ever released, especially considering it lacks a microSD card slot. Samsung instead told consumers that they’d have to either play within the limits of their device’s internal storage or look to the cloud for help. Even the most loyal consumers were disheartened by Samsung’s decision and forced themselves to either keep their current device or search for an alternative. To those people, there is now good news.

Samsung is reportedly considering bringing back the microSD card slot for the Galaxy S7.

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